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How to choose a decking material that is right for you - I Build ...composite decking is completely straight and comes in fixed lengths. You can even choose the colour, and it won't ever warp or shrink! Cons: composite decking is the most expensive of these three decking options. It's also a bit weaker than timber, meaning that it can chip but this doesn't happen often. Deck auckland builders. So there you have it. The three most common materials used for decking in New Zealand. Here at I Build Solutions, most of the decks we build are made ...

11 things you need to know before building a new deckFrom style and safety, to choosing your tradie we find out the 11 top tips for building a deck from build

Decking Materials, Timber Deck Alternative OUTDURE blog NZ ...4 key comparisons in decking materials for schools & daycare centres. Posted by Craig Fountain. 03-Oct-2011 16:42:00. outdure eco decking education sector educational cropped resized 600. Read More. Topics: wood alternatives,, composite decking comparison, timber wood composites, plastic decking, deck composite, synthetic decking, how to's..., compare timber vs composite decking, deck maintenance, cleaning deck, preschoolers, review, deck, daycare accidents, toddlers, ...

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Plastic decking vs hardwood timber decking: a simple comparison9 Aug 2012 ... However, there are many options for creating a beautiful deck for your home, including wood plastic composite decking or wpc for short, which is quickly coming to the forefront as the best choice among homeowners and builders alike. ... recycled plastic decking vs hardwood timber deck review. Plastic decking Recycled plastic decking or Eco-decking as it is most commonly known as, is quickly becoming the premier choice for homeowners for many reasons. Plastic ...

Design & build: All decked out - NZ Herald10 May 2015 ... It seemed a bit pointless to build a new house only to end up with decks that look significantly older than they are after a couple of months under the New Zealand sun and paying a premium for the privilege. So I started to look into some alternatives. I discovered a variety of composite decking products on the market which, on the face of it, would solve our woody issue. But I was sceptical. How natural can a plastic board look? I spent a lot of time exploring the supplier ...

OUTDURE | Customer comments, composite decking reviews by ...The deck you created for us is a masterpiece. The ECO-decking product was one we were a little nervous about using. We needn't have been!! You guys knew your product well, all the little twists and turns that were unique to using a composite product in New Zealand conditions, and you produced a professional and immaculate finished product. Your openness to our changing mind as we added to the original brief along the way, with a windbreak and box seating, was much ...

Truth About Decks Deck HQ Live Better, Live OutdoorsI am sure you have seen the glossy pictures of decks demonstrating how beautiful they can look. Have you ever noticed how beautiful the wood grain is? Quite often this is achieved by wetting the deck for the photo opportunity. The truth is that they may never look that good again. Timber ages, weathers and greys off and in some cases this even adds to the character of it. Let's take a look at what most companies don't tell you about decking products. All of these products highlighted ...

Hit the Deck: Sustainable options for renovating - NZ HeraldDoing the right thing when it comes to selecting materials for decking is easier than it once was. Today, options include composite decks made of recycled plastic and sawdust mixed with sustainable hardwood timbers, bamboo, and softwoods with a non-toxic treatment. The golden rule is to avoid buying timber that started life in any kind of natural forest - deforestation is a major environmental issue that is partly blamed for altering the earth's climate and severely reducing the natural ...