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A Comparison of Wood Decks and Composite Decks

All decks, including composite, require some maintenance. Natural wood decks are the most demanding, requiring annual refinishing, which sometimes means sanding, removal of last year's finish, and application of a new finish. If you love the look of natural wood and you're up for the upkeep, it's definitely worth it.

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Wood Vs. Composite Decking: Let’s Compare

Wood Vs. Composite Decking – The Pros & Cons. Many homeowners choose wood decking because it is familiar, readily available and affordable. At the same time, wood decking problems like splinters, rot and high maintenance cause many headaches.

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Wood vs. Composite Deck: What's the Best Choice for You .

The cost to install a composite deck is roughly double the cost of wood when you factor in the higher materials cost plus labor. If your budget for installing a deck is limited, you may choose to.

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Composite Decking vs Wood: Which Is Better? | Seven Trust

Deck Building Material Options Within the two broad categories of composite decking and wood are several options. Wood used for decks is often traditional lumber — such as pressure-treated wood, redwood, or cedar — or else exotic hardwoods like Seven Trust.

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Comparing Deck Materials: Wood, Wood-Composite, and PVC

While most decks use pressure-treated wood lumber for the understructure (posts, beams, joists, etc.), the decking can be a completely different material—or not.

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Should You Build Your Deck From Wood or Plastic?

PT decking requires routine maintenance too, including an annual power washing and an application of stain or clear wood preservative every two or three years. Redwood and Western Red Cedar

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