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TimberTech offers two main types of composite decking: capped wood composite and wood plastic composite. Your budget and needs for a deck will help you decide which product is the best fit.
care and cleaning, decking
One of the great things about Capped Wood Composite Decking is it only needs periodic cleaning. Note that detailed cleaning instructions can differ depending on the type of decking and brand. Here are a few quick cleaning tips
Overall, TimberTech’s decking and Trex’ decking are very comparable in price. The reason it’s not always clear-cut is because decking prices are dependent on the product materials, the region where the product is purchased, and the cost of labor to construct the deck. Let’s dig into these factors to give you a better understanding of how TimberTech’s decking prices compare to Trex’ decking prices.
This is a question we get asked quite often by homeowners. While the side to side spacing is consistent regardless of temperatures at the point of installation; the end to end gapping varies by temperature.
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.
Although it’s not recommended, our traditional wood composites can be painted or stained. That includes TwinFinish, ReliaBoard and DockSider decking. The benefits of TimberTech is that our decking is low-maintenance. If painted, stained or sealed you will need to reapply on a regular basis to maintain the appearance. TimberTech does not guarantee the performance of the paint or stain applied to our decking.
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