Natural wood is the most popular choice for decking today and comes in cedar, Douglas fir as well as an array of exotic hardwoods. Although it is initially inexpensive, natural wood requires sanding, staining, or pressure washing on a yearly basis.
Trex is currently the leading competitor in the composite decking field. It outperforms, out-resists, and outlasts other options. It’s unparalleled beauty, hassle-free maintenance, and earth-friendly design makes it a popular choice for contractors and homeowners alike. It’s fade, stain, scratch and mold resistant and besides an occasional cleaning with soap and water, it is completely maintenance free. A Polymer shell protects the exposed surfaces and requires no sanding, staining or painting. Polymer is said to be more scratch resistant than composite and PVC material, withhold less heat on those hot days and minimize yearly maintenance. Like other composite and PVC decks, Trex decking material comes at a slightly higher price but will outweigh the maintenance costs of other decking materials.
The next step to complete the construction of your deck is the railing. Railing is available in a surprising array of options and styles. Customize your space with wood, aluminum, steel, glass, cable, or composite. Each is different and unique and can be used effectively in combination with your home and outdoor space.
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