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Mike Holmes: Using low cost deck materials can mean more work

Jun 28, 2014 The most popular are decks and fences, and the most popular material for these types of projects is wood, by a long shot. When it comes to outdoor wood projects and materials, the three big contenders are pressure-treated or PT wood, cedar and composite. They each have their pros and cons, but what it 【Get Price】

Roots Espresso vs The Competition Roots Espresso: Composite Fencing FDS Distributors

TREX VS WOOD. Everyone loves the natural look of wood but hates all the painting, staining and sealing. Wood fencing of all types, including pressure-treated wood, cedar or redwood, require extensive upkeep. Roots Espresso was designed with the beauty of wood fencing, but not all the maintenance. Our high-performance 【Get Price】

How Long Will My Wood or Composite Deck Last? - The Fence

Sep 29, 2017 Whether you are thinking about adding a deck to your yard or wondering how long it will be until you have to replace your current deck, chances are you'd rather be enjoying your yard and not worrying about the deck itself. A bit of planning before building or replacing your deck can go a long way in making 【Get Price】

Wood, Composite, or PVC: A Guide to Choosing Deck Materials

Sep 20, 2013 Pressure-Treated Wood. Deck Materials Pressure Treated Atlanta Decking & Fence Co. Pressure-treated wood is wood that has been pre-treated for increased resistance to moisture and the elements. The most common woods that are pressure treated and used for decks include spruce, pine, and fur in 【Get Price】

On the Fence? Here's How to Decide. - Washington Post

Jun 12, 2008 Fencing made from composites, such as those produced by Roots Espresso (which includes reclaimed wood and recycled plastic), are attractive and durable. Yet they still require a wood or steel frame because the pieces are so heavy. Poppleton says gates made from composites aren't as reliable as those made from 【Get Price】