Class Eligibility

You are part of the settlement if you are a current residential owner of AZEK Decking in the United States who purchased certain colors of AZEK Decking from August 1, 2007 through December 31, 2012 and do not exclude yourself by following the instructions in Section 14 of the Notice. To confirm that you are a Settlement Class Member, you should confirm your purchase date (which must be on or after August 1, 2007, and on or before December 31, 2012) and identify if your AZEK Deck is one of the following colors: Brownstone, Clay, Slate Gray, Ivory, White, Fawn, Kona, Sedona, Tahoe, Acacia, Morado, and Redland Rose. While some of these colors continued to be sold after 2012, the Settlement only includes decking sold before 2013. Colors manufactured prior to 2013 which are not covered by the settlement include Modena, Silver Oak, Hazelwood and Cobre. You must also still own the home at which you built your AZEK deck. If you are not sure whether you are included, call 1-855-229-7149.

Estimated Amount

Up to $2,000

Proof of Purchase

Proof of ownership

Case Name

In re AZEK Building Products, Inc. Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation
No. 2:12-CV-06627, MDL Docket No. 2506 (D.N.J.)
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey

Case Summary

The Plaintiffs claim that CPG made misrepresentations about the qualities and attributes of certain historical AZEK Decking that was sold at retail from August 1, 2007 through December 31, 2012. Plaintiffs claim that CPG represented in its marketing materials that AZEK Decking would not fade, stain, scratch or discolor. Plaintiffs claim that the Decking was prone to fade, stain, scratch or discolor and that CPG should have so informed its customers.

CPG denies all of these allegations. CPG contends that it made no misrepresentations about the AZEK Decking and that its Decking performed as advertised.

Settlement Pool





AZEK Decking Settlement
c/o Dahl Administration
PO Box 3614
Minneapolis, MN 55403-0614

2 responses to “Azek Decking Class Action Settlement”

  1. Paula Sbabo says:

    I see no place other than here the decking I bought was used for the purpose of a floor and or porch or entrance for a shed I had placed at my back door at the address I lived at the time. When we moved to the duplex next door we had to disassemble the entire foundation/frame bc we needed the shed to be moved as well. As we were unable to reconstruct the shed in the same location as it had been at the prior address we had to place it over a concrete slab located in the back of the yard and never reassembled again. even though I do still own the wood which I purchased but have used it in other ways in other areas of my home or at least the pieces of it I was still able to use, as so many of the pieces had begun to decay or rot and were either tossed toward the back of the property in which I reside or burned, as to where I have no photographs of the decking in place and have no idea on how to accommodate you in this way

    ADMIN – Hi Paula,

    You are not accommodating us. You are meeting the requirements set forth by the admin. Do you perhaps have a receipt to show evidence of purchase?

  2. Eva Gutierrez says:

    20425 Hansen Ave, also 20915 Bell Ave Nuevo

    ADMIN – Hi Eva,

    Leaving your address here does not result in any action nor does it yield any results.

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