The joist spacing required for composite decking will depend on: * the strength of the particular composite decking material chosen * the dimesions of the composite decking material
I need some new composite decking. Where can I find some new composite decking?
I am getting ready to re-do my deck with composite decking. What materials will I need to do composite decking? What is the best web site to show me needed materials to do composite decking?
Did some trim work and got some stain on my composite decking how can I remove it
The advantages of composite decking are the following: it uses best materials for building, and it also requires less maintenance. But you must be also aware of its disadvantages.
it lasts longer and is cheaper
Yes, plastic and composite decking can be screwed directly to wood framing members.
If you hesitate to build a wooden deck because of your commitment to green living, you'll be glad to know that composite decking is often created from recycled materials. Composite decking is made from a combination of plastic materials and wood fibers, and is easy to maintain and clean. Compression molding gives composite decking a realistic wood grain that can fool the eye. The material is long lasting and splinter free.
Composite decking is made of a mixture of recycled wood and plastic. It is therefore more robust and is more or less maintenance free. Wood decking will need regular treatments to maintain it's good looks. Although composite decking is slightly more expensive the cost is worthwhile due to it's long-lasting properties.
Try using vinegar.
Composite decking is decking created from a special blend of materials, designed to give it the very best of all worlds in looks, longevity, price, general maintenance, and pest control. It generally contains a mixture of wood fibers and plastics.
You can find composite decking at your local Lowe's or Home Depot. You can search on the website before going to the store, if you'd like, but it is available at the store to buy it.