Is It Possible to Place Composite Boards on an Old Deck?

Your deck is constantly aging from the effects of ultraviolet sunrays, rain, snow, wind, and temperature changes. These forces continuously degrade wood so that in just a few years’ time, your deck can lose most of its charm and beauty. It may also develop splinters that create hazards for bare feet.

Fortunately, we can refurbish your deck. We’ll sand, fill cracks, replace rotted wood, and apply three coats of our patented sealers. deck - restoration

Eliminate Maintenance Forever

Sanding and sealing wood using our deck refurbishing methods can ensure that your deck will provide you with many years of enjoyment, but it does not eliminate the need for periodic maintenance.

On the other hand, if you desire a maintenance-free deck that will last as long as you own your home, the best solution is to replace existing deck boards with new boards made from composite materials such as wood chips and vinyl polymers. These materials resist the damaging effects of moisture, so regular pressure washing and other costly maintenance tasks become unnecessary.

A Cost-Effective Solution

Composite boards come in a range of wood grains and finishes, making it easy to find high-quality materials that match your aesthetic preferences. We offer several brands of composite decking, including Trex, TimberTech, and Azek. Installing these boards saves money in the long term, as the upfront costs associated with their installation will be offset—and then some—by sharply reduced maintenance expenses. That’s because it's easy to clean composite decks—you can simply hose off any grime that accumulates on the surface. This is a durable solution that will enhance the value of your home while allowing you to enjoy the comforts of a well-maintained deck.

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