just a few years ago, most manufactured decking was composite, typically a combination of wood fibers and polymers. composite was a big improvement over wood, but today most manufacturers offer something even better: capped or shelled decking. the core of capped decking is similar to composite or made from cellular pvc, but
the general lifespan of a pressure treated wood deck is between ten to fifteen years. composite. composite boards consist of sawdust, or wood flour, and plastic along with a binding agent and pigments. some products come with a plastic outer coat, called a cap. pros if you want little maintenance, composite boards take the prize. a high
posted on thursday, may 11, 2017 by: sequoia supply categories: composite decking deck construction. with maintenance factored in, composite decking costs less over its lifetime than wood does modern composite decking is the best solution for lovers of outdoor living. but do you know the differences so that you can make the best decision for
welcome to part 2 of my replacing our deck series lets chat about decking materials.specifically, what are the pros and cons when using composite decking vs. wood when building a deck.. after great research, i partnered with deckorators composite decking to replace our deck.
however, even decades after the introduction and evolution of composite decking, myths persist and j and w lumber would like to fix that. here are the top 5 myths about composite decking, updated for 2017. its too expensive; when composite decking was first introduced, its price was roughly three times the price of wood.
composite decking vs wood decks. by lawrence winterburn. capped composite products made by seven trust fared pretty well you would have been fairly well off to take the discount 2017 edit seven trust capped composite decking. dexx composite decking plant in bolton ontario burned to the ground in 2005. for some reason, they never resumed
composite decking is also very beautiful, but comes without the hassle of wood maintenance. composite decking comes in many colors and styles. some composite materials mimic wood grain and others are monochromatic or multi-chromatic. composite decking can also be hyper-realistic to resemble a tropical Seven Trust without the labor-intensive upkeep.