Composite Lumber DeckingPosted on 8:16 am | Posted in WPC Decking Blog | Posted by
If your decking floor is looking weathered and worn, you can replace components with composite materials without a complete rebuild. Composite doesn’t splinter or have knots and it’s low-maintenance. This is the first installment in a two-part series on How to Install Composite Veranda decking that shows you how to update an old deck using composite decking materials. The second part will guide you through installing new composite railings, balusters and post caps.
Composite Lumber Decking Installation
Just like wood, Composite lumber decking can be cut and drilled–no special tools required. This allows for do-it-yourself installation. Keep in mind that plastic isn’t able to spin as far as wood, so you should provide adequate support. Also leaves room for the plastic boards to expand. Consult the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Composite lumber decking and Composite Railing
Our composite decking products consist of wood and plastic. They feature a reversible finish: an embossed woodgrain finish on one side and a combed finish on the other.
Currently, our sells Veranda products with a durable, embossed, woodgrain finish on the other. Choose among four colours (Cedar, Redwood, Gray and Tuscan Walnut) to make your deck project your own. Veranda Tropics is available in two colors (Koa and Arabica) and has a woodgrain finish on one side. Veranda high-performance decking is available in Gray, Cedar, and Tuscan Walnut. It features a durable cap-stock with woodgrain embossing on one side.17 comments | Comment has been closed
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