If you're thinking of adding a deck to your home but you're concerned about things like cost, maintenance and permanence, look no further than plastic/wood composite materials. Hardwoods like cedar and redwood can make for striking decks, but nothing beats the sturdiness of a good composite.

Decks constructed with products like Trex, TimberTech or Evergrain are easy to construct, lovely to behold, and will stand the test of time. Composite decks are inexpensive in the long run. An amount list for wood products and composite materials might be deceptive. You can check here to get more info on different types of decks.

While the primary cost of composites is higher, there's almost no maintenance cost, in dollars or elbow grease. That's because all of our composites are maintenance free – there's no need to water-seal or limit them. Whereas with wood, you might pay $3 per square foot for a good renovation every year or so (and even more than that for reappearing every 10 to 15 years), composites only need sweeping and an infrequent hosing-off.

Many amalgams are even stain-free. Composite decks are easy to fix. Many of our composites are envisioned specifically for manufacturing decks, which means they're less work to install. Many composite decking materials feature tongue-and-groove design, making meeting a snap. Composite decks are environmentally friendly. Composite decks have a great, reliable appearance. 

Six Undeniable Reasons to Install a New Composite Deck
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