A durable and long-lasting blend of recycled wood fibers and plastic
No upkeep, painting, sealing or staining.
Most spills and stains can be wiped off.
Can last at least 25 years, resists
weather and insect damage, won’t rot.
Composite boards come with extended warranties
against cracking, splitting, fading and more.
Before you begin, calculate the amount of lumber, concrete and hardware
you will need.
Tip: While cleaning, check for any damaged deck boards that need to be replaced or repaired. Replace any exposed nails with wood screws
Fix up your existing deck or start from scratch – either way, you’ll be enjoying your outdoor deck destination in no time. You’ll find all the decking materials you need to build a new deck or spruce up deck you have. Go with a composite deck or stick with traditional old-school pressure treated wood. You’ll get a durable and long-lasting outdoor destination and increase the value of your home.
Composite Deck vs Natural Wood
You’ll be delighted at what kind of outdoor decking you can build with composite wood. If you can imagine it, you can build it. Because composite wood is a man-made blend of recycled wood fibers and recycled plastic, you can get it in any color, shape and size. Natural wood is more affordable and can be painted or stained any color. Both decking options will provide long-lasting outdoor living.
DIY Your Deck. We Can Help.
Start your planning your deck resurfacing project today with our free online deck estimator tool. You’ll get the information you need to build a deck in your outdoor space. Deck building and maintaining requires a few tools: pressure washer, circular saws and more. Consider renting the tools you need from us, especially if you plan on using them only once or twice a year. Get inspired by our DIY decking ideas pulled together by our experts.