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Capped composite decking has quickly become one of the most commonly chosen materials used for the building of residential decks. But, where did this product come from and why is it so popular?
Here, we take a look at the history of composite decking and its eventual evolution into becoming capped composite.
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As beautiful as a new deck can be, today’s homeowners have a wealth of accent choices at their disposal that can make major differences in the look and functionality of their decks.
TimberTech® offers high quality design accents that can take any deck installation to the next level. As tiny as these changes might be, you’ll be surprised at the big impact they deliver.
Making the decision to add a deck to your home is a smart one. A deck is a good investment that not only makes your home more enjoyable, but it can also add a boost to your home’s market value as decks recoup about 70% of their cost.
Replacing individual boards on a wood deck with capped wood composite decking depends on a few factors.
First, you will want to make sure your substructure is sound and code-compliant. You will also want to verify your current joist spacing is applicable to the TimberTech composite board that best fits your needs. Joist span requirements for TimberTech deck planks are available in our Installation and Maintenance Guide.
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