An outdoor deck is without a doubt one of the smartest investments one can make.
It certainly increases the value of a house, but it also creates an outdoor entertaining space. However, it is an ambitious project that involves decision making. The most important issue is probably choosing which material to use to build the deck. Pressure- treated wood is obviously a very common option, but nowadays new solutions, such as composite or vinyl, must be considered
Alternative deck materials are a great choice for people who want to enjoy there decks without all the maintenance required by wood. No painting or staining needed as well as easy to clean. No rotting, warping, cracking or swelling. With proper installation it can be used as a deck and roof in one. Colors are available in white, tan, grey, and clay. Barefoot friendly, cool to the touch, no splinters. Beautiful wood grain finish. Quality you can trust!
Offer superior durability and performance that you can’t get from wood. While most of the raw materials used in making composite are recycled, these materials are carefully processed to ensure the highest level of quality and performance. Because composite never rots or warps, painting and staining is not required, however with pressure-treated wood decks, these costs add up over time. After ten years, the total cost of owning a composite deck equals the cost of a pressure-treated wood deck. Over the life of the purchase, composite offers a far greater value than wood. Clean it twice a year and you’re done so you can spend more time enjoying your outdoor living space, rather than working on it.
Deck Railings Can Make Your Deck Unique
Deck Rails provide the perfect opportunity to express some style and personality in your deck design. Over the last 10 years a variety of new rail products have been developed that can personalize and enhance the architectural atheistic of your deck. Railings are made custom to fit your deck. There are several designs to choose from including glass and privacy. Railings are available in Vinyl, Composite, Aluminum, and a variety of Wood.