Fused Bamboo Decking
As a world leader in the development of innovative bamboo products, dassoXTR has been at the forefront of advances in the use of bamboo as a highly durable outdoor building material. In fact, dassoXTR is the only bamboo product with a proven track record for use in both commercial and residential construction and remodeling projects.
dassoXTR Fused Exterior Bamboo Decking is the superior choice for all exterior decking applications and has been used worldwide in many commercial and residential projects. Only two decking profiles are needed for your exterior decking application. A single grooved (G1) plank used as starter and ending plank and the G2 for the deck itself. All our deck planks also include our exclusive tongue & grooved end matched system to attach the planks seamlessly together.
dassoXTR Fused Bamboo RainClad Siding is the great choice in commercial exterior rainclad siding, where it age naturally like wood.
Our unique sheathing system with FasTrak offers the most appealing looking rain screen and cladding siding solution available. It reduces wastage and speeds up installation by 50%
dassoXTR Fused Bamboo porch flooring is specifically designed for interior flooring and exterior porches and outperforms common porch flooring in aesthetics and durability
dassoXTR Fused Bamboo Soffit, Deck Skirting and Wainscoting are Pre-primed and specifically designed for interior and exterior use with no leaching and zero VOC. All Fused Bamboo are Class-A Fire rated. 1/2" x 4''x6'
dassoXTR fused bamboo soffit, deck skirting and wainscoting are ideal for creating an elegance lasting beauty environment.
dassoXTR Fused Bamboo Lumbers and Panels are to be considered like unfinished lumber; it is S2S+RE2 (sides need to be planed). The material is not pre-primed so the user can finish it as they choose. Both Fused Bamboo lumbers and panels come oversized to trim in two different thickness: 3/4" and 1-1/2".
dassoXTR bamboo panels are ideal for creating outdoor furnishings for years of lasting beauty.
Last Update: 2019-08-15