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Post  Admin Thu Apr 19, 2012 9:49 pm

Whether you are planning on a cedar deck or are thinking about using one of the new composite or PVC outdoor decking products on the market today, the products we promote and build with are the best in the industry. We feel it is our responsibility as a professional deck building company to know which products are the best on the market and which products are not. We provide our customers with this knowledge and expertise to help them make the very best decision possible. And, if by these statements you're wondering if there are products we WON'T build with...our answer is undeniably "YES, THERE ARE"!

We assist our customers in choosing the products we feel are best suited for them based on the location of their deck, the kind of use their deck will experience and the style of deck they want to build as well as advising them on which products are within their spending target. We strive to provide every customer with the truly custom deck they envision at a price they are comfortable paying.

Many of our customers ask whether we recommend cedar or composite decking. We generally answer that question with a question of our own... "How much time do you want to spend enjoying your deck vs. working at keeping looking nice?" For many homeowners, one of the biggest determining factors for any home improvement project is the cost. At this point in time, composite & PVC decking materials are still more expensive than cedar, but with the rising cost of all lumber, the gap is not as big as it used to be! We truly do not promote cedar over composite or vice versa.

TimberTech® introduced their new line of cellular PVC decking in 2008. Their XLM® line of decking is fade resistant, stain & scratch resistant and does not retain heat like composite decking can. TimberTech® XLM decking comes in a variety of colors: SandRidge, RiverRock, Mountain Cedar and Desert Bronze, with matching or coordinating railing and balusters in the RadianceRail line. Another new decking accessory product added to their line in 2009 is the TimberTech DeckLites deck lighting that works in conjunction with TimberTech's railing products, Ornamental and RadianceRail. This is a terrific deck lighting system and can be added to any TimberTech deck, even after it is built. outdoor floor

As one of the first composite decking products on the market, Trex® still enjoys the notoriety of being the top "name in the game" of the decking industry. Trex® composite products are made of a unique combination of wood and plastic fibers. Trex® gets its plastic and wood fibers from reclaimed or recycled resources. Including sawdust and used pallets from woodworking operations, and recycled plastic grocery bags from all over the country!

Trex® makes composite decking in a variety of styles which include their Brasilia® , Contours®, Accents® and Origins™ deck product seriess. Each style is a little different and has a distinct look that really adds a rich look to your deck. Trex also has a great line of composite railing products as well. Wood Plastic Composite Floor


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