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Composite is resistant to rot mold and termites which can take their toll on wood decking materials. LOW-MAINTENANCE Composite does not require as much upkeep as wood. 【Get Price】

Of the wood species most commonly used for building–Douglas fir spruce and hemlock–only Douglas fir is somewhat resistant to termite. It is best to avoid spruce and hemlock if termites are abundant in your area. Pine is another popular construction wood but it’s also the wood termites seem to prefer above all. 【Get Price】

Termite resistant heartwood (also called hardwood) is the oldest and hardest central part of a tree. It proved to be wood pest proof. The protective heartwood is found in natural types of trees such as Eucalyptus Mahagony or Redwood Acacia Cypress Pine Teakwood and Cedar. 【Get Price】

Warranty = Limited 30-year fade & stain material defects termite & rot damage Made of plastic and wood fibers and coated with a composite cap this decking is more resistant to the elements than traditional wood and provides added durability mold and mildew resistance and a splinter-free surface. 【Get Price】