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Post  Admin on Thu Jun 07, 2012 9:57 pm

Wood or composite decking -- or something else? Like any major home purchase, decking materials vary in looks, durability and cost. Start your reseach here, becoming familiar with types of authentic and synthetic decking. Also, you might want to use certain types of lumber or decking for structural parts of your deck project, and other decking timber for surfaces and railings -- the parts that you will see and walk on. Synthetic decking

PlasDECK is synthetic teak boat decking option that provides the elegant look of a teak deck without any of the time-consuming and costly maintenance associated with natural wood teak. PlasDECK has the appearance of real teak decking in its prime. Never gray or faded, PlasDECK will always look like well-maintained teak but without the hassle. PlasDECK is specially formulated with ingredients that will prevent the material from drying out or cracking over time. It also has the highest possible UV protection to prevent fading, antifungal inhibitors, superior adhesion… and PlasDECK is proud to say that we offer the only synthetic teak decking option that's made in the USA.

Like its wood counterparts, synthetic decking needs a strong, stable frame under it, so preparation for synthetic decking is no different than for a deck with wood decking. Build your frame from pressure-treated lumber as you would any other deck. Storage of synthetic decking is similar to any other material, but you must support it every 2 feet. You should not stack most synthetic materials higher than six units or 12 feet high. Composite decking is heavier and more flexible than wood. Do not try to lift the same number of synthetic boards as you would with traditional lumber. As with all materials, synthetic decking must be spaced to allow for expansion and proper circulation.

WPC decking has high density. We get the recycled plastic to make PE and in our town, it is bamboo hometown. Bamboo power is after production of bamboo flooring. Before the factory burned bamboo power for their boiler, now we get them into production of WPC. Both bamboo power and recycled plastic are the waste of production and life. WPC can re-use them for making sustainable decking product. Wood plastic composite Decking

Wood Plastic Composite Decking is an attractive and very durable and low maintenance decking solution that will withstand the test of time. Each piece is knot free and consistent in size, colour and length, therefore eliminating the search for the perfect piece. The beauty of this Eco Friendly deck is the look, the close match to the natural wood and this unique recycled decking solution has the durability of plastic.

WPC is composed of 55% waste wood and 45% thermal plastic resin waste plastic. Waste wood is retrieved from demolition sites, lumber mills, factories, wood shops and other sources utilizing wood as a basic raw material in the production of goods. The waste wood is the retrieved and ground to hundreds of microns and is then mixed and kneaded with the waste plastic. The resulting WPC mixture is extruded with heat through custom made molds and cooled with water immediately thereafter.

Because it is made from waste products and 100% recycled materials. Accordingly, when compared to the felling, stripping and lumbering of natural wood, the production of WPC is more environmentally friendly. Although energy produced and used in manufacturing WPC results in a certain amount of C02 emissions, such emissions are minimized by exhaust scrubbing thereby minimizing and negative impact on the environment. Because the extrusion process allows nearly 100% material usage, there is almost no waste of the recycled input materials used in making WPC. Deck Lumber Alternatives

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