Composite Decking

Composite & vinyl decks are designed to stand up to the elements, allowing your deck to maintain its beauty for years. There is no need to paint, stain or seal it, which is often a burdensome yearly project with traditional wood decks.

Composite & vinyl decks are splinter-free and slip-resistant, making your home a little safer for bare feet, small children and pets.

Composite & vinyl manufacturers offer a variety of color choices – many that even emulate the look of traditional lumber or exotic hardwood. In addition, you can also find deck accessories ranging from railing, handrails, gates, and post caps to deck lighting, all designed to complete your outdoor living space and complement and enhance the beauty and safety of the deck.

Many people are surprised to hear that pressure-treated decking can be more expensive than composites in the long run. The initial cost of wood is less, but when you add in the cost of on-going maintenance on a wood deck, including cleaning and sealing every few years, a composite deck can pay for itself in as little as five years. 

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TimberTech Evolutions Pacific Rosewood, Radiance Railing & LED Lighting

TimberTech Evolutions (Pacific Rosewood), Radiance Railing & LED Lighting

TimberTech XLM & Radiance Railing

TimberTech XLM Covered Deck with White Radiance Railing

TimberTech Evolutions with Radiance Railing Express

TimberTech Evolutions with Radiance Rail Express

TimberTech Earthwood Evolutions & Black Radiance Railing

TimberTech Evolutions, Walnut, Black Radiance Railing