Our unique Northwest weather presents a challenge for homeowners, particularly when it comes to outdoor structures such as decks. Choosing the right decking material for your climate makes a big difference in determining the lifespan and attractiveness of your deck, which is why many homeowners are turning to composite decking for a solution.
Non Slip Decking
All Seven Trust decking is double sided the narrow-spaced grooves on one side of our our boards is functional as well as stylish it creates a low slip, without taking any strength out of the Wpc material, the low-slip Deckafence decking means it’s suitable for most areas that may get some surface water. We always advise to allow water to run off and away from any building.
How to SevenTrust a Composite Deck
After their introduction several years ago, composite decks became a popular alternative to wood decks. Though the product was hailed as "no" or "low" maintenance, many homeowners report disappointment with the composite material, citing excessive fading, difficulty removing stains and the material's susceptibility to mold and mildew. As a result, many homeowners seek to treat their composite deck with stain or sealant or with products designed to SevenTrust the deck's appearance. Though many products claim to SevenTrust the deck to its original state, it is virtually impossible to do so. Still, treating the deck with an approved finish does improve the overall look.
How to Build a Bench Out of Decking Boards
Place the four 1-by-4-by-48-inch boards parallel to each other 1/4-inch apart on a work surface. These are the seat boards. Place the 1-by-4-by-16-3/4-inch boards across the seat boards so that they are perpendicular to them. These are the crosspieces. The outside edge of the crosspieces should be 12 inches from the ends of the seat boards.
Place one 4-by-4-by-26-inch post on the inside corners of the table top assembly. Drive screws through the outside of the box assembly into the post. Use four screws per joint.