NyloBoard, the Georgia-based company that manufactured decking from recycled carpeting, has halted production after its source of capital dried up. In addition to decking, the company made sheet goods, called NyloSheet, and tongue-and-groove porch flooring. NyloBoard president Doug Morse told ProSales the company's venture capital owner had decided to pull the plug on financing. All of the company's assets are for sale and will be liquidated if a buyer doesn't step forward. NyloBoard tried to carve out an unusual niche in the decking market by producing boards that were not made from PVC or a wood-plastic composite. NyloBoard products were manufactured in Covington, Ga., a state where many of the nation's biggest carpet manufacturers are located. NyloDeck is a 1-inch-thick plank designed to span 24-inch on-center framing. It came with a 25-year fade and stain warranty. Sales and distribution figures weren't disclosed. Read More