“Today’s homeowners want to spend their time enjoying their outdoor living spaces – rather than maintaining them. High-performance composite decking stands up to weather and day-to-day wear far better than wood. It’s also made from recycled content, which makes it an ideal choice for today’s eco-conscious consumers.”

~Adam Zambanini

Composite Decking

Designed to deliver incredible durability, easy maintenance and lasting beauty, composite decking offers all the beauty of wood without the hassles of continuous upkeep.

Wood Decking

Treated wood is the most common and probably the cheapest route to go when building a deck.

The interesting thing when using wood is that you can mix and match different kinds of wood. For instance, you can build the main deck out of treated lumber and then use cedar for the railings! 

Cedar wood requires more maintenance than pressure treated pine. Its natural color fades in 1 to 2 years.this means you need to stain it regularly.

Since cedar needs to stay dry, it’s better for higher installations like second floor decks or railings instead of the floor by a swimming pool.

Pressure treated lumber costs less and handles wet grass and soil better. Your choice will depend on your budget, the proximity to the ground, color preferences, and the climate.


The beautiful part of using composite decking material is its low maintenance requirements. Despite costing more than other decking options, composite decking lasts a long time and never has to be sealed or stained. This makes composite decks a great option for those who prefer decks that will need little maintenance over the years.

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Aluminum Decking

The first and often largest advantage of using aluminum is its durability. And the fact that it is virtually maintenance free make it an attractive option. Another option that using aluminum provides is the possibility to have a waterproof surface, so that the structure underneath is not exposed to moisture on a regular basis. 

The material itself is lightweight which makes construction easier and possibly less time consuming than traditional wood and composite deck projects.   

Plastic/PVC Decking

One of the drawbacks with using composite decking is, it is not recyclable like Plastic and Aluminum decking.

In hot sunny areas plastic decks can get very hot to the soles of your feet and actually radiate heat. So if your deck area is shaded in the afternoon, PVC decking may be for you! Plastic used to be considered fake looking, but the companies that manufacture these products have been able to replicate the look of wood without all the required maintenance.