Wooden decks and fencing can give a home’s property a rustic warm glow or a rich stately look. However, the work involved in keeping them stained or painted can take up a major part of your summer. The good news is that there is now a way to have the professional-looking outdoor living space without the drudgery of the yearly upkeep.
New synthetic materials have brought an end to fading colors and the threat of breeding mold and mildew on decks and fences. Composite decking is made from a variety of materials, mainly wood byproducts and plastic. While vinyl, aluminum and plastic have been developed as an alternative to wood decking, composite decking has gained the most popularity. Some manufacturers go one step further and place a protective layer of PVC capstock over composite decking to create a hardened shell and to keep the stain from getting scratched as easily. Composite decking and fencing are more expensive when initially purchased, but the fact that they are low maintenance makes the investment worth the extra cost. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2vOqwSa