Considering a composite deck? Deck building tricks and tips from our "

12.28.15
Want Low Mainenance? Try the "NEW" compositeand PVC decks. The staining and mold issues are gone, they are fade and scratch resistant and the colors are so realistic! Below are some shots of a big 2 level Timbertech XLM PVC deck, with Trick and tips on each photo.

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  • Jack Moore
    Jack Moore West Jordan, UT
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  • Ruth K
    Ruth K Leesburg, FL
    we used this also but ours is not so elaborate. Just a 12x12 out master bedroom. My problem is : It is on the west side of the house and gets so nasty HOT than we can not use it in the evening.!! Thinking of an awning but they are so expensive.
    • Deck and Patio Company "Outdoor Living Experts"
      Deck and Patio Company "O... Huntington Station, NY
      Ruth K Thanks for your comment. Many people have this problem. A shade umbrella might help you out -- especially the "offset" umbrellas which extend out so that the base isn't underfoot. These can shade an area of 11 feet wide etc. Anyway, just a thought.
  • Leah Johnson
    we used the decking shown to put in our front deck and wheel chair ramp about 8 yrs ago.. it is fantastic, and so have also put a larger deck on the back area with this great planks and railing.. wonderful, would never go to real wood as our neighbor did
  • Pepsigirl13
    pepsigirl13 West Roxbury, MA
    we got new Truex front stairs & rails and they are excellent. it was pricey but worth it since the wood stairs only lasted ten years and were rotted through from all the weather hitting front of house.
  • Virginia Fynes
    Wow this looks great! were just planning our deck, LOVE it!
  • Deck and Patio Company "Outdoor Living Experts"
    Deck and Patio Company "O... Huntington Station, NY
    Yes Bridget the rails are from Timbertech, the are called Radience Rail.
  • Bridget
    Bridget Marietta, GA
    What a beautiful deck and the views are breathtaking. What about the railing and post sleeves? Are they made by Timbertech, too?
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