When deciding between decking materials, spare a moment for composites. Composite decking is one of the best types of decking on the market today, so let’s take a look at what makes it so great.
Composite Decking is Very Durable
Maryland is home to a full array of seasons every year and each season brings some serious weather with it. Durability is going to be pretty important for any investment that you make in regards to your home, but for outdoor components, this is even truer. After 25 years of hot summers and brutal winters, your composite deck will still be going strong. Composite materials resist mold, warping, rotting, and cracks far better than traditional wood. They’re also resistant to insects, so you won’t ever have to worry about termites.
Composite Decks are Low Maintenance
Though there are some people out there who genuinely enjoy the maintenance aspects of their home additions, most people want to spend more time enjoying them than actually taking care of them. For those people, composite decking is the perfect fit. Unlike natural wood that requires sanding, painting, and staining, composite decks do not. A little soap and some water is all you need to succeed.
Composite Decks Offer a Great Value
One of the hardest lessons that people learn as they get older is that the initial cost of something is often not the entire cost. In some cases, it is only a small percentage of the cost. The nice thing about composite decking is that the price you pay at the time of building is pretty much the complete cost of the product. You won’t need to invest in maintenance down the line and though there may be some incidental repair costs in the event that something serious occurs, the deck itself will hold up through more damage than you might think is reasonable.
North American Deck and Patio Can Build Your Composite Decking
If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy your backyard, then a new composite deck is only a phone call away. We can design and build for you a premium decking experience that will add value to your home and to your future. Contact us today for more information and to set up your appointment. We look forward to serving you.