How to determine which decking solution to use

Currently the three main defenders of the decking world are Trex, Fiberon. The hardest part is deciding on which to use. All three have beautiful designs and all three are similar […]

Currently the three main defenders of the decking world are Trex, Fiberon. The hardest part is deciding on which to use. All three have beautiful designs and all three are similar as there is virtually no upkeep needed. But all three are completely different and have different prices to fit your budget.

Trex and Fiberon are a unique combination of wood and plastic fibers called composite decking. Trex gets its fibers from recycled resources including sawdust and recycled plastic grocery bags. Trex keeps thousands of woods and plastic scraps out of landfills every year. Fiberon is another composite decking material except Fiberon is made by marrying a variety of polymer resins with finely ground wood flour. This special blend of wood, plastic and other additives makes Fiberon as strong as Trex. It will never crack, splinter or deteriorate. Plus with both Trex and Fiberon there is nothing to stain or seal.

It stays cool on the hottest of weather, never warps, splinters or fades.  Vinyl deck and vinyl railing provides a effortless approach to reducing your long term costs and maintenance. Since vinyl is U.V. protected, it never needs to be painted. Since the color goes all the way through your deck materials, scratches or gouges are almost invisible.
Although traditional wood deck materials may initially cost less than vinyl deck materials, that advantage is soon lost because of painting, repair, maintenance and replacement. Vinyl deck materials are made of 100% vinyl and will never rot, shrink or decay like traditional wood deck materials.

When shopping for a decking solution it can be quite confusing, going to a qualified professional will help in your decision. Contact us anytime if you need help in your decision.

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