Composite Decking Benefits

Composite Decking Benefits

Replacing your outdoor deck!

Outdoor Composite decking for any lanscape. Call your reputable and recomended contractor for a price per m2

You’ve decided it’s time to replace your outdoor deck and you’re not ready to take on the project as a DIY project and decided to work with a licensed contractor for the heavy lifting. Before you start such a critical project, it’s important to know that decking options have grown over the last several years, bringing new choices in composite plastic and wood products from which to construct your deck.

The most popular type of material is composite plastic (or PVC) because of its durability, low maintenance needs and affordability. It also has an attractive appearance that resembles natural wood but without any worries about rot or insect damage. Composite decks are made up of two layers – one layer is made up of recycled plastics like milk jugs while the other layer is made up of fiberglass strands/bamboo/bonding agents (or any combination) woven together into sheets called plies. These plies are then pressed together under high pressure and heat until they fuse into one solid piece – this process creates what we call “composite boards.”

With these materials available at affordable prices, there really isn’t any reason not to go ahead with your plans for an all-new outdoor living space! And if you’re wondering how much it will cost…well, let’s just say that when compared with traditional wooden decks, composites can be anywhere from 50% less expensive to 75% less expensive! That means more money in your pocket so you can enjoy those summer nights outside even more.

Composite Decking outperforms wooden decks

For homeowners looking for lower maintenance decking, composite decking can be a good option. The surface of the material requires less cleaning and is resistant to stains from food and drinks. This makes it easier to clean up after parties or cookouts on your deck without having to scrub down the wood as often. Not only are these surfaces easy to maintain, but they also last longer than untreated wood decks which typically need replacing every 10-15 years due to rot and termites infestation. If you’re looking for low maintenance outdoor living space that will last you decades, composite decking is the way to go.

Composite Decking Introduces a Longer Lasting, More Durable Solution

For the past few decades homeowners have been forced to deal with moss and mouldy boards. Composite decking is changing that. The company has developed an innovative product called Deck Magic which will last for decades without having to worry about rot or mold. This new composite decking solution is perfect for homes in wet climates where more traditional wood decks can’t survive due to moisture damage. With this innovation there are no more excuses not to upgrade your home’s exterior! Upgrading your outdoor space just got easier than ever before!

Composite Decking is the perfect choice for your deck

The composite decking industry has grown by over 20% in recent years and that trend should continue. It’s a great time to invest in composite decking, which will save you money on maintenance and repairs. You’ll never have to worry about it again because composite decks are 15+ year investments that don’t need painting or staining like wood does. With no excessive maintenance costs, you can enjoy your new deck all summer long without worrying about the cost of upkeep! Contact us for more information on how we can design a custom composite deck just for you!

Decking your way to home improvement bliss

If you’re looking for a quick and cost-effective way to increase the value of your property, then it’s time to consider adding a deck. Composite decking is an affordable option that can be installed quickly in order to create an outdoor living space perfect for entertaining guests or just relaxing with friends and family. With so many options available when it comes to composite decking materials and colors, homeowners are able to design decks that match their personality while also choosing from eco-friendly building materials that will blend into any backyard setting. Whether you want a traditional looking cedar deck or something more contemporary like wicker furniture on top of composite deck boards, there are plenty of ways for you to improve your home.

Composite Decking – a beautiful new space for you and your family

You deserve to live in a home that is not only comfortable but also aesthetically pleasing. And with our composite decking, both of those needs are met! Our composite decking products will make your home more welcoming, while also providing the opportunity for you to enjoy spending time outdoors with friends and family. We offer various styles of materials including wood-alternative decks made from recycled plastic (Plastic Decking) or Bamboo composites. With so many options available, we’re confident that we have the perfect material for your needs!

Composite Decking – the best deck for your home

The summer is approaching and it’s time to start thinking about outdoor living space. A new composite deck from ryanston Composite Decking will not only be aesthetically pleasing, but also durable and customizable to suit any décor or lifestyle. With a variety of shapes, sizes, textures, colors and designs available, you’ll find what you’re looking for!

Luxurious Living with Composite Decking

Composite decking as an alternative to traditional wood is a great option for homeowners looking to create the perfect outdoor living space. It’s low maintenance, durable, and aesthetically pleasing. You’ll feel like you’re living in a luxury home when you have composite decking on your property. With such different colors and styles available, it’s easy to find something that will fit your personality and needs perfectly. In addition to its aesthetic qualities, composite decking is made of 95% recycled materials so not only are you saving trees but also helping the environment by using this material instead of natural wood decks which require more energy input during production than most other construction materials.

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