Yes it can, but why would you. If you are going to paint i would go with real wood. This wood is maintenance free. I would think this material is much stronger than the 2x6 pine. James
Unclear as to what white strands you are speaking of. Can you please email us with pictures at firstname.lastname@example.org ?
When installing boards using the T-spacers between, 10 boards wide will cover 57" or 4.75'. 4.75'x16'= 76 SF. Always use T-spacers between the boards because PVC composite boards have much more temperature related expansion and contraction than wood.
You will have to talk with the pro desk.
Our deckboards are all 1 inch thick.
You can, but you need to support it at least every 12" on center.
That is determined by Home Depot.
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Yes, on top of a cement patio is a perfect place for the deck tiles. There's only one way to install them in any situiation, they snap on to one another. Please see video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1fpinb5fJs&feature=emb_title
We only have 8 and 16' boards.