I think the color will hold up just fine. I'm in utah and my grandma is in Arizona and in both locations it's held up very well. It will get hot but not any hotter than wood does.
Thank you for your question. The ArmorGuard decking is manufactured with approximately 96% of the total content being recycled material, including the wood fiber and polyethylene plastic in the core.
Thank you for your question. The material is only approved for use on a deck surface and would not be suitable in a wall application.
We have some ~50lb recliners (with plastic feet inserts) that we slide on our deck and there are no obvious scratches on the surface.
Thank you for your question. You may register your materials on our website at https://www.fiberondecking.com/resources/warranty-registration/warranty-registration-form. A copy of the proof of purchase is required should a claim be necessary, so please contact your contractor and have him provide a copy of this to you to ensure future coverage.
Thank you for your question. Fiberon does have the Sanctuary decking in Earl Grey available, but it may only be available in limited areas thru Home Depot. Please contact us at 800-230-7547 with your location and we will be happy to assist with locating this product for you.
Thank you for your question. Assuming you will be using 1 1/2- 12' boards to cover the 18' length, it would take 33 boards to cover the 10' width.
Thank you for your question. If you are installing 2- 12' boards along the 24' length, then it will take 76 boards to cover the 17' width.
Thank you for your question. If you are asking if screws can be installed on an angle into the side of the board, the answer is no. We do not recommend any side angle fastening systems as they only insert thru a very small cross section of the material and can crack the decking over time as it undergoes thermal expansion and contraction cycles.