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It’s no surprise that in comparing a capped wood composite vs. wood deck, we think capped wood composite is the better option and here are six reasons why.
Imagine sitting at the edge of the earth and dreaming about a deck. Well, okay, it isn’t really the end of the earth, but perched on the easternmost point of Nova Scotia overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, it seems pretty darned close.
What would your dream deck look like? Multi-level to expand the size? Glass railing to take advantage of the view? Capped composite decking material designed to withstand the ocean elements? If you answered “yes” to all of these, then this dream deck might look just like yours.
Many product decisions are grounded in manufacturing rationale – like which production line to use or the best way to package a product. But, when it comes to product development, it’s important to take the time to listen – really listen – to customers to find out which products they want or what needs they may have. Being able to develop products that solve contractor challenges, improve customers’ homes, and make any outdoor space the envy of the neighborhood is the fuel that drives the AZEK and TimberTech engine. The new Impression RailTM in Bronze is just such a product.
If you’ve been planning your deck for a while, you’ve probably run into the composite vs. wood decks debate. For the newcomers, it’s a question of materials; older decks tend to be wood, while many newer decks consist of a “composite” wood/plastic combination.
This is the year. You’ve finally got the time, the vision, and the DIY willpower to turn your backyard into the relaxation space you’ve wanted since you found your place to call home. No more excuses, no more setbacks. This is the year you’re going to build that deck.
We say, awesome. Let’s get started.
There’s a reason that so many homeowners are choosing materials other than wood to build their deck. Capped wood composites are more durable, easier to maintain, and offer longer lasting aesthetics than wood. In addition to being easier to work with, engineered decking is also a better investment than traditional materials, requiring less upkeep and fewer repairs over time—and initial price points to fit a variety of budgets.
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