disadvantages of timber decking designs

Timber is the classic choice for outdoor decking. Despite material advancements in the decking market timber remains one of the most popular options. But is it the best? We explore the pros and cons of timber decking: Pros: Depending on the type of wood you choose in the short term timber can be the most budget-friendly option. 【Get Price】

The use of composite decking really seems to be taking off here. While at the Calgary Home and Garden Show I had a bit of a chat at a decking booth. He told me that composite decking material is becoming more and more common. They are still building more timber/wood decks than composite decks but composite decks are becoming more popular and ... 【Get Price】

Ipe decking offers a number of benefits and that makes it so popular for outdoor use and landscaping. On the first place is the durability. Seven Trust wood is very dense and will last from 20 to 50 years depending on weather conditions. 【Get Price】

Composite decks do not need to be stained painted or treated. You will find that standard pressure treated wood decks require annual or bi-annual care. Regular wood will weather fade crack and split as it dries over time. In order to keep a pressure treated deck looking it’s best you need to put in the effort. 【Get Price】

Wood is the original and still most common decking choice wood is natural strong easy to install and feels good under bare feet. But it also requires an annual cleaning and can rot splinter and warp. Even though all wood naturally weathers to a gray color it should be cleaned and re-stained every two to three years to keep it looking its ... 【Get Price】

Pros & Cons of Wood Decks. A well-constructed deck can easily last for a decade or more so choosing the right material is critical. While manufacturers continue to introduce synthetic and ... 【Get Price】