The advantages of Composite Decking Materials

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.

Beautiful Outdoors, Designed to Endure

Endura high performance planks are designed for durability and best suited for high traffic applications or large commercial developments. Endura adds grandeur around swimming pools, walkways, or any space that requires a highly durable deck surface.

Cost-Effective

WPC composite decking might be more costly in the beginning but this product continues to look great year after year and has virtually no cost of upkeep. As already stated, composite decking requires less maintenance than traditional wood decking.

This means you can spend far less time maintaining your space and reaching into your pockets and it gives you far more time to spend money on other things. WPC decking will last longer than its timber alternatives and therefore incur fewer overall costs for replacements and overhauls.

Composite decking when wet

All Wpc decking can be slippery when it is covered with ice, water or the common algae. Wpc decking is much more non-slip than traditional timber decking as it is designed to minimize the growth of mould and green algae. Keeping the decking regularly clean and brushing any loose dirt and debris from on and in between the deck boards and wash the surface down with soapy water.

What’s The Split Between Wood And Plastic?

While timber forms the majority of the material within our wood plastic decking; recycled plastic and performance enhancing additives make up the rest. These work hand-in-hand to enhance our products, ensuring we offer both authenticity and perfor...

It is good for the environment.

Most WPC boards are made from recycled materials, up to 90% of the total composition. These materials are typically reclaimed hardwoods and recycled plastics, reducing the amount of plastic heading for landfill. Some suppliers also have FSC accred...