A Gorilla Deck® G3 makes a beautiful addition to any home, offering an attractive, low-maintenance deck that would make any homeowner proud, but the beauty of a Gorilla Deck G3 isn’t just what’s on top. The beauty also extends below its surface… thanks to Gorilla Deck G3’s revolutionary water-shedding technology.

Deck boards used in a Gorilla Deck G3 are made from a proprietary blend of UV stabilized vinyl making them virtually maintenance free. In fact, they’re remarkably easy to clean, since the joints can’t trap leaves, pine needles or other debris. They’re also safer since they can’t splinter like wood… and concealed fasteners mean there are no exposed screws or nails.

Going Green to an Extreme

Homeland Vinyl Products, Inc. is one of the largest producers of vinyl extrusions in the industry. We believe going green and great products can go hand in hand. While we engineer our profiles to maximize performance and value, we also keep in mind that we must do our part to help preserve the environment. That is why we capture our vinyl waste and recycle it into specific substrates, such as what is used in Gorilla Deck G3. We shield our Gorilla Deck G3 with our extreme finish, ACCU- Shield®. ACCU-Shield is an advanced acrylic PVC blend specifically designed to significantly reduce the damaging effects of the sun. This is particularly important in areas with ultraviolet exposure in hot, low humidity climates. ACCU- Shield could make it the perfect deck for any project in areas that experience these conditions, and if ACCU-Shield can stand up to those extremes, just imagine how it can protect your Gorilla Deck G3 in less challenging climates. Simply put, there is no better protection for vinyl decking under the sun than ACCU-Shield.

As Strong As It Is Beautiful

In addition to helping keep the below-deck space dry, Gorilla Deck G3’s unique interlocking design also provides added strength. While traditional deck designs rely on the strength of each individual plank, Gorilla Deck G3’s interlocking design reinforces the surface by locking all individual components into a single unit. The result is a deck that’s so strong, it’s tough enough to take it.