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Vinyl Decking

If you are looking to have a low maintenance deck that lasts than you may want to consider Vinyl decking. Even though vinyl decking can last 10 or 20 years, it's important to consider the lifespan of the deck itself. If the deck only has 10 years left on it, then it might be a wiser, long-term solution to invest in a deck replacement. Our experts will help you decide which is the best option to choose for your deck. We offer a 5 year workmanship warranty, guarantee top quality installations that we can promise you our decks will last the test of time.

Offering the longest workmanship warranty in the industry! We also offer 10-20 years material warranty on our vinyl. Dealing with some of the top vinyl companies in Canada! Pros to choosing vinyl decking are: - ideal for wood substrates - can be applied to almost any surface – even over concrete – with minimal surface preparation - installed in just hours and can be used immediately - can be installed in almost any weather condition - designed / engineered for heavy foot traffic and the most sever Canadian weather conditions - will outlast painted substrates by many years - will not peel, crack or delaminate And vinyl decking is so easy to clean! Wet the entire deck surface using a garden hose or bucket and allow the water to sit for a few minutes. Use a mild dish soap solution in warm water, and scrub the surface with a stiff bristle brush or broom to loosen dirty areas. Rinse the entire deck area well with a garden hose and allow it to dry.

Composite decking

Composite decking is the fastest-growing wood decking alternative on the market. Composite deck boards will involve a core and a cap, which makes them resistant to moisture, weathering, and fading. Unlike wood, capped composite and capped polymer boards leverage high-performance recycled materials and innovative technology for protection. Pros of Composite Decking There is less maintenance. Consumers must decide if the look and feel of natural wood is worth the work that goes into periodic staining, painting and replacing sections that have begun to decay. If you'd rather spend your time doing something else, composites are your choice. Composites come in a variety of colors.

Unlike wood, composites don't need to be painted or stained to match your home's exterior. You can use recycled materials. Some composite companies are using recycled materials. This means your synthetic deck can be environmentally friendly. The technology is improving. Some manufacturers now produce decking with a hard plastic shell bonded to composite boards to improve durability. This makes the surface less prone to staining, fading, scratching and mold.

Wood Decks

Wood decks are a classic and look gorgeous, but the overall cost and maintenance can be quite high. If that is no biggy for you then a wood deck would be a beautiful addition to any home and increase the home in value. Also to note the type of lumber you choose for a wooden deck is critically important to the longevity and level of maintenance of your deck.

The three common choices when it comes to wood decks are redwood, cedar and pressure-treated wood that can be made of various types of wood species. Redwood and cedar are both naturally insect and rot resistant and have a natural look, but each has its own inherent issues.