With the recent resurgence of business in the home improvement industry, there have been fears that the availability of timber supplies has become limited due to reduced people movement. Even so, the decking industry always has a solution to such drought in case that happens.
Although timber decking dominates the market regarding property demands, homeowners always have a choice since composite decking shares the same spotlight with wood garden decking.
Why Should You Choose Composite Decking?
Regardless of which wins the battle between composite and wood decking, it is rather evident that timber has the final say.
Nothing can parallel the sophistication of a deck built from natural wood. Wood is an essential part of nature’s inherent beauty.
With so many things to expound, composite decking, on the other hand, has its spotlight to boast.
But on the brighter side, there is no doubt that composite decking can have a stark resemblance with natural wood, given how innovative solutions paved the way to make deck materials that don’t have to be wood.
Let’s see what we can benefit from composite garden decking.
Low on maintenance, which makes the deck lasts for more years
Natural wood gives you the feeling of going back to nature and revisiting your longing for Mother Earth’s true beauty. Though that is a fact, that feeling won’t last forever because wood is highly vulnerable to stain and all kinds of damage. Wood rots, about to be infested by bugs, moisture, and exposure to Sun. While it’s worth spending on wood, why not choose a composite that doesn’t undergo such damage?
Composites can still be earth-friendly
Composite decking can also give you the same natural appeal if you worry about harming nature’s best, like wood, and that trees will run out in time. With today’s innovation, deck material suppliers offer synthetic decks made from recycled materials.
Offers more outstanding durability
Since composite is made of combined materials synthesized to achieve wood’s natural look, it offers versatility in design because it comes in different colors.
When it comes to cleaning, composite wins over wood as it doesn’t require heavy cleaning, staining, or painting, which in total is a costly endeavour. Besides, composite decks don’t fade and retain the same color through the years.
Easy to install
You can enjoy your deck in a shorter time compared to when you opt for wood. With modern techniques, the way the components are built is designed for easy and quick installation.
Most fittings are pre-made, giving less hassle to builders, whether by professional installers or DIY. Deck tiles and slabs are more convenient to place than having to cut and size them on the spot, which is supposedly the job of an experienced deck builder.
Composite decks are pretty quick to build. But if you prefer someone experienced to do the job, our professionals will make your composite deck for you.
Worth the money
Though many deck owners would say that a deck made of composite decking materials is more expensive than wood, the availability in design and overall style is more profound. Since wood decks have been increasingly expensive in the past years, people are looking for a more reasonable basis for why composite is in demand today. Perhaps, because composite can capture the character of wood but is more durable and environment-friendly, price is no longer an issue.
It is worth the spend having a combination of synthetic and organic plus the benefit of versatility in design and durability for years when composite has been able to embed its place in the landscaping world. What can you ask for more?
Composite decking can be an excellent choice for your home improvement plan. But, buts will never last. Meaning, your decision is paramount to what you need against what you like, let alone your budget. For whatever decision you make, composite and wood have their equal share of greatness.
Composite decking is more expensive but low in maintenance. Wood is cheaper but has a shorter lifespan due to weathering. Wood is natural, and composite is synthetic, but they are both safe for the environment. And both have their unique appeals.
If you are undecided and need to know more, talk to us. Our representative will be happy to discuss with you and show you our past works on both materials.
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