PVC vs. Composite Decking—Comparing 2 Popular Decking Material Choices

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If you’re in the market for wood-alternative decking, you’ve probably learned that PVC and composite decking are two of your best options. The primary attraction for these materials is that they do away with the chore of cleaning, painting, and staining that traditional wood products often require. Plus, they are also more resistant to rot and splintering, which helps the deck look as good as new for many years to come.

While both products practically come with the same advantages, each has its own set of qualities that make one the better choice for your backyard. Below, you’ll see why more people choose composite decking for their home addition project.

Composite is easier to work with

Composite decking is more flexible to use than PVC. Composite blend can be routed on the edges, ripped down the board, and even bent easily to fit almost any space. You can’t do these to PVC boards, and although the material can be bent, doing so is more labor-intensive, as it requires the use of special tools. Head on over to CreativeFencesAndDecks.com blog page to know more. http://bit.ly/2lucIWO

 

 

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