Why We Build Composite Decks

It Can Last Longer

Composite decking materials are designed with durability in mind. Other decking materials such as wood can suffer damage along the line (wood can rot, PVC can shrink,) while composite materials are very hard to damage.

We build Composite Decks Because They can resist:

  • Fading
  • Scratching
  • Mold
  • Rot
  • Cracking

Longer durability means you’re getting your money’s worth. With a composite material for your deck, you won’t have to worry about spending extra money on repairs after the renovations project. Plus, it’s also insect-free, so it makes for a safer environment for you and your family.

Low Maintenance

Your typical wooden deck requires a lot of your attention. It regularly needs sanding or painting to maintain its appeal, and that means more money (if you’re bringing in a professional team) or more time wasted. Time you could have spent relaxing on the porch.

Composite materials take away that hassle. With Trex decking and other composite materials, all that’s required from you is a soap and water scrub every now and then, and your porch can look brand new for decades.

Trex comes with a guarantee on that – 25 years, to be exact. Its Fade and Stain Warranty ensures your porch decking materials look the same as they did when they were installed.

Composite Decks Look Great

Composite decking materials come in a variety of colors, from rich saturated hues to more subtle natural tones.

It’s all about what effect you want your porch to have, and what fits best with the aesthetics of your house. But if you can think of it, Trex’s decking color palette probably has it.

Affordable Investment

Honestly, yes, it is possible to pay more for a composite decking material than going for the PVC or some types of woods. But in the long-run, composite materials pay for themselves.

When you consider just how hassle-free it is, and the fact that Trex composite comes with a 25-year warranty on shine and stain, it’s clear that once you pay the price for installing composite decking, you can pretty much throw away your wallet. No other expenses will be required.

Composite Decking Is Safe

The plastic-wood combination of Trex composite decking material makes it a much safer option. For one thing, the tiny annoying creatures that live outside aren’t attracted to it, and fewer bugs are always safer for the family.

But this combination is also splinter proof and slip resistant. Your kids will have no problems running around the deck, even if it just rained.

Hiring a Contractor for COmposite Deck Installation

You have two things to consider now: the composite material you use, and the team you hire to install it.

Our team is ready to help you with material selection, design, and installation, so scroll down and request your free estimate now!

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