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Low-Maintenance Composite Decking

When Having A Deck Built Consider Low-Maintenance Composite Decking

Composite Decking Advantages

Composite decking material contains plastic and fibers of wood, it has a wood-like appearance and lasts a lot longer than natural wood. Unlike traditional wood decks that need continuous upkeep, composite decking is a man-made material that offers the appearance and beauty of natural wood but requires very little care.

Composite decks are extremely durable and hard-wearing. Even when exposed to harsh weather conditions or heavy traffic, composite decking maintains its beautiful appearance and lasts for years. Composite decking is available in different styles and there’s a variety of color options to choose from too.

Composite decking may be more costly compared to wood but in the long-run it’s well worth the added expense because it doesn’t splinter, crack, warp, mold or deteriorate over time. Never needing to be stained, sealed or painted composite decking only requires occasional cleaning to remove dirt and debris saving you time and money.


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By |2018-08-22T16:51:55+00:00May 12th, 2015|Decks, Home Improvement|2 Comments

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  1. Lillian Schaeffer March 29, 2016 at 2:16 PM - Reply

    This is some great information, and I appreciate your point that composite decking is much more durable than wood. My husband and I just moved into a new house, and we plan on being here for a very long time. We’re thinking about putting in a deck, so we’ll definitely look into using composite materials so it lasts a long time. Thanks for the great post!

  2. Trex Railing April 6, 2016 at 4:31 AM - Reply

    Whether you’ve gone for cheap decking or something sturdier and longer-lasting, blackening is a risk, especially after a long, wet winter. When fungus meets wet wood, the tannin in the timber reacts and forms a horrible black stain.

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