Composite, PVC and Low Maintenance Decking Options

There is no such thing as "maintenance free" decking and railing so please, understand any product you select will require some kind of ongoing maintenance. Anyone that tells you otherwise is feeding you a line. You wash your car right? Well, you have to wash your deck too!

All of the products we provide and install are "low maintenance", meaning cleaning will have to be done to keep the deck, railings and surfaces in good condition. What varies among deck and rail products is the amount of cleaning and the vigor with which it must be done. Some products will weather regardless of how much you clean them, others will get back to looking nearly new with minimal effort.

Our primary goal is helping our clients find the products that will continue to perform for years to come. The investment you will be making in your deck is significant, and we need you to understand what we are installing for you and why we think it is the best choice for your lifestyle. All brands are not created equal nor are their product lines. We spend countless hours researching deck products and taking factory tours so that we are the most informed and knowledgeable person you will talk to. We will highlight each product's benefits and, more importantly, we will let you know if there are any drawbacks to a certain product.

It does us no good to install a product for you which we know has been proven not to perform. In fact, we would rather pass on a project utilizing inferior materials at the client's suggestion than take it on, only to see them unhappy.We feel strongly about avoiding certain products because our inside industry connections provides us with some real horror stories that you, as a consumer, would never hear otherwise. In other words, trust us--we have YOUR best interests in mind because it's in OUR BEST INTERESTS!

The internet is polluted with misinformation about deck and railing products. Unless you've invested the time and resources we have educating yourself from better sources than the internet, your best bet is to take what you read on the internet with a grain of salt. Our reputation's value is based on the trust clients have continually put in us to guide them in the right direction.

"Composite" decking is a term thrown around by home owners and ignorant contractors nearly as much "Kleenex" is used to represent facial tissue. Here's quick primer on synthetic or wood-alternative decking. You can watch a video on the lower right hand side of the page where Greg explains the different types of common board constructions:

Wow! That's a lot of information to digest! Have no fear, we'll take the time to go over all of this critical information during your project consultation. Call us today at (201) 540-9086 to schedule your personal consultation.

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