What’s the difference between composite decking and traditional wood? Fiberon summarizes it best:
Composite decking is a lot like prefinished flooring. It arrives as a finished product and never needs sanding, staining, or painting — just an occasional soap and water cleaning. Wood needs to be finished after installation and then refinished every 1-2 years, meaning you’ll be spending a significant amount of time and elbow grease maintaining that deck.
Composite decking costs less over its lifetime than does wood and lasts longer, too.
Composite decking materials are eco-friendly and toxin-free.
Composite decking is safer in that it doesn’t’ splinter, split, crack, or rot.
And better yet? It looks like natural wood.
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