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I do like the look of ultra deck fusion, yet, quality control is totally non-existent. Boards have narrow sections, groves are inconsistent as is thickness.

Took a total of 15 pcs back to Menards for *** boards.(they were sold out) Hopefully for the manufactures sake they will fix these problems. Right now I would not recommend this product to my worst enemy. It's way too much work to install. The fastener clips are a regal pain in the toosh and lack intelligent engineering in my opinion.

The biggest problem as I see it is Quality Control.

It isn't that hard to check for uniformity, even a *** could have caught the inconsistencys. I did work through the problems, but, I would not recommend this product until Midwest gets their *** togather and forms an excellent product.

Product or Service Mentioned: Menards Fusion Deck Board.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $2400.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

Menards Cons: Quality of product.

  • Fusion costal Cedar
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Now see, this is actually a legimate complaint and useful review to somebody reading it. I like that.

As another poster stated stated in some words, it is cheaper and you get what you pay for, and I can agree from personal experience that pretty much anything menards manufactures in-house is fairly ***, but it must be remembered that they are indeed bargain products meant to make the most profit margin possible. I wouldn't trust their doors, countertops, ultradeck or steel as far as you could throw them except for something like a rental property. But even then, a smart landlord would be savvy about buying cheap *** in that case I suppose and know exactly what they were paying for.

I honestly can't speak for the quality of their block though, as every complaint or problem I have ever been privy to is something any other plant would have happen, ex. mismatched dye lots, batches with poor concrete mixes, etc.


In my experience, UltraDeck is a pretty decent product for what it is. It is bottom of the barrel cheap composite decking.

I make sure my customers know that it will fade and chip over time and not be perfectly uniform, but for a third or quarter of the price of Azek or Trex, they are pretty happy with it.

I do agree that the hidden fastener system is a pain in the butt. Some of the jobs I have done on docks and stuff we just screwed it in like treated with colored Camo brand screws which works fine just doesn't look quite as pretty.