Designer Decks made from Low Maintenance, Composite Decking Materials.
Deck designs have evolved into outdoor living spaces that expand or replace the traditional gathering areas inside your home. The deck has become center stage for outdoor living, cooking and entertaining.
Coffer Custom Remodeling, LLC makes all kinds of decks for our customers, out of any type of material that you wish, from pressure treated, Cedar, or exotic woods, to modern composite decking. However, with low maintenance decks becoming so popular, we thought we would showcase some of the beautiful designer decks on this page that are all made from recycled, composite decking materials.
Low maintenance composite decking is designed to stand up to the elements, allowing it to maintain its beauty for years.
For the value conscious buyer who wants a low maintenance deck, composites are a great, practical choice. There is no need to paint, stain or seal it, which needs to be done on an annual basis with traditional wood decks. The beauty of composite decks runs deep, because they resist weathering, warping, and insect damage. Which means you won’t need to replace rotting, uneven, splintered, or insect-damaged boards.
Many people are surprised to hear that pressure-treated decking can be more expensive than composites in the long run. True, the initial cost of wood is in most cases less, but when you add in the cost of on-going maintenance on a wood deck, including cleaning and sealing every few years, a wood-plastic composite deck can pay for itself in as little as five years. More important, pressure-treated wood deck boards will likely warp and splinter over time. Even if maintained well, some wood deck boards will be ready for replacement in less than 10 years.
Composite decking is a combination of plastic and wood fiber, which last longer in the sun, rain and wind than traditional wooden decks and is available in a variety of colors, surface textures, and price points. Composite decking keeps the colors bright and even, plus it can be installed with the Cortex hidden fastening system that makes the screw holes virtually invisible.
While the upfront cost of a composite deck might be slightly higher than that of a traditional pressure-treated wood deck, the low maintenance benefits provide a lower overall cost for the lifetime of the deck. Compared to wooden decks, the composite deck has a very long life span. The latest generation of composite material is durable, capped PVC decking, which is available in an inspiring palette of colors with natural wood grain textures that rival exotic hardwoods.