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Old 05-03-2012, 06:16 PM   #31
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Spring of 2012 Still a problem. Over 700 square foot deck, sent pictures to Azek and now I need to pursue Cortex fasteners is what I am told. Some are coming back up and contractor would not even put the rest in as he feels the problem will continue. We have done decks on three other homes since 2010, none have had the problems I have had. Some discoloration, but mostly tripping hazard. bowing and excessive movement due to expansion and contraction.
Where in Colorado are you? I've always told people to stay away from PVC products in Colorado UNLESS it's a smaller deck like a 20' wide deck with no seams and the decking can overhang the framing.

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Same problem. I have not contacted the company and have tried everything without results. Have you had any additional contact?
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Old 09-25-2012, 08:28 PM   #33
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Just built an Azek deck and so far no staining. My problem is with water pooling. The deck is pitched so as to drain water to gaps across the boards. The boards are "dished", not crowned so water pools on the boards and I need to sweep it off every time it rains. I am concerned about the winter months! Has anyone experienced this with AZEK decks???
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Same issues with our deck. Location: New Jersey. Promised to be "no maintenance". Severe oxidation, staining. Has anyone gotten any relief from AZEK? Has anyone engaged attorneys?
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Old 12-03-2012, 06:00 PM   #35
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Seeger Weiss LLP has extensive experience representing consumers across the country. We are currently investigating claims for a class action suit against Azek for defective decking and trim boards. If you or someone you know has defective Azek product, please contact us at www.seegerweiss.com free of charge to discuss your situation.
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Just got off phone with azek customer service...the person actually told me I should have researched the product better online so I would know what the problems other customers were complaining about and maybe I wouldn't have purchased it. They also like to push their problems on other companies. Cortex screws pulling out..not our problem call cortex. Won't guarantee deckmax conditioner they recommend...not their problem call deckmax...when is azek going to take responsibility. Just contacted the firm handling class action suit. So tired of being screwed by this company.
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My azek deck has faded wherever the sun has hit it. We have a two level deck and the upper level rarely gets sun. The lower level gets full sun. It has definetly faded. There are also scratch marks from chairs. No sunscreen, bug spray, or anything else.

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