Wood vs. Composite vs. Polymer. Nothing puts a finishing touch on your home like a Although slightly more expensive than pressure-treated wood, composite
Jul 31, 2012 Replaced existing deck with new composite decking. Replaced 75 percent of all new decks are covered with pressure-treated (PT) decking.
Jul 26, 2012 Wood vs. composite decking material. Certain pressure-treated decking products come with a limited lifetime warranty, and composite lumber
Dec 11, 2017 Here you'll discover the pros and cons of wood vs. composite decking. The most popular form of wood decking is treated lumber. It's also
Learn the pros and cons of wood decking and composite decking. Pressure treated lumber is the least expensive wood option. Pine or fir is infused with
Oct 10, 2017 Check out our guide to figure out the pros and cons of pressure-treated wood and composite boards before you order your lumber.
According to the annual Remodeling magazine "Cost vs. Advantages: Economical and plentiful, pressure-treated wood lasts around 15 years when properly Composite lumber is low-maintenance, and resists rot, insects and UV rays.