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Composite Decking for Outdoor Living Spaces

Jan 16

Outdoor living spaces are becoming more popular in modern-day society. Whether you are looking to create an outdoor dining area or a pool decking, composite decking is the best option for your needs. A composite deck requires little maintenance and will not warp or crack as traditional wood decks do over time with exposure to UV rays. If you're looking for a company that specializes in composite deck installation, then look no further than Decking Wollongong! We offer affordable rates on all of our services and products so call us today if you would like information about pricing or anything else related to your project.

What is composite decking and how does it work

Composite decking is made up of a combination of wood and plastic, which is why it's so durable. The decking material is extruded through a heated die and then cooled down, forming the perfect composite blend. This type of decking is resistant to fading, staining, scratching, and mold and mildew growth. It also doesn't require any painting or sealing like traditional wood decks do.

When it comes to installing composite decking, there are a few different options. You can have the composite boards installed over an existing wooden frame, or you can have a brand new frame built specifically for your deck. If you're looking to create an outdoor dining area or pool decking , composite decking is the best option for your needs.

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Types of composite decking materials

There are many types of composite decking materials on the market today. The three most popular brands include Trex, EverGrain and TimberTech. Composite decking is made from recycled plastic that's bound together with a binder to create an extremely durable material.

When it comes to decking materials the options are endless, but composite decking is a great choice for anyone looking for an easy-to-maintain deck that will last for years. Composite decking doesn't need to be stained or sealed and it's resistant to fading, staining and mould growth.

There are many factors you'll need to consider when choosing the best type of decking for your home. If you're not sure which material is right for you, contact a professional deck builder for advice. They can help you choose the best type of decking based on your needs and budget.

If you're looking to add value to your home, a new deck is a great way to do it! A well-constructed deck can increase the value of your property.

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Benefits of composite decking 

One of the main benefits of composite decking is that it doesn't need to be stained or sealed. This means you can opt for a different colour of wood every year if you want!

The biggest benefit though, especially in the summer months and when entertaining guests, is how well your deck will resist fading and staining. Unlike pressure-treated boards which release harmful chemicals into the surrounding environment over time, composite materials are safe for both humans and animals. Composite decking also resists mould growth so no more worrying about slippery surfaces caused by algae buildup. Your new outdoor space will look as good on day one as it does ten years later! Composite material comes with a 25-year warranty against rotting or splitting too.

How to care for your new composite deck

Caring for a composite deck is easy and only requires a little bit of regular maintenance. Simply sweep or hose off your deck every few weeks to remove any dirt or debris, and then apply a coat of composite deck sealer once a year. That’s it! Your deck will look beautiful all season long with very little effort on your part.

If you have a pool, be sure to check out our pool decking options too. Composite materials are perfect for around pools as they resist staining and fading from the sun. Plus, they’re moisture-resistant so you don’t have to worry about water damage. Contact us today for more information on composite decking for your outdoor living space.

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FAQs about composite decks

The main questions about composite decks are:

Q: What is the difference between composite and wood decks?

A: Composite decking is made from recycled materials, such as plastic and wood fibres. Wood decking is made from natural wood boards. Composite decking is more durable than wood decking and does not require as much maintenance.

Q: Are they difficult to maintain?

A: Composite decks are slightly more difficult to maintain than wood decks. However, they can be cleaned with a deck cleaner and hose.

Q: Do they require a lot of upkeep?

A: Composite decks do not require as much upkeep as wood decks, but they should still be inspected regularly for damage or wear. If any repairs are needed, they can be easily completed by the homeowner.

Q: Are they difficult to maintain?

A: Composite decks only need to be cleaned once or twice a year with soap and water.

All the reasons why composite decking is better

Composite decking is an excellent choice for homeowners who want the natural look of wood without all the upkeep. The composite material looks like real wood, but will not warp or crack and it can be stained to your liking. If you need help deciding which type of materials would work best in your home, let us know! We'll send someone out to take a look at what's currently on your property and make recommendations about how we could improve it with composite decking installation. When installing this product, follow our handy guide that includes tips on quality installation practices as well safety precautions when using power tools around water. Once installed, there are things you should do every year to ensure its longevity including sealing once per year and keeping any furniture away.

 

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