3 Types of Composite Decking
Being a resident in New Jersey means warm summers at the beach and then cold winters shoveling. It’s almost like spring and fall are non existent. When designing your home, the extremes in weather play a vital role in the materials used. When choosing siding, you want something that’s going to not crack in the winter and swell in the summer; for your yard a sprinkler to water in the summer and a snow blower/shovel for all that snow in the winter; and for your deck you want something that won’t splinter, crack, rot, mold. Building a deck means choosing the right type of material for your deck. There’s vinyl, wood, aluminum, or composite decking. Each one has it’s benefits.
Green Bay Decking can offer you 3 different options of composite decking for your New Jersey area.
- I.Dekk: The I.Dekk is resistant to mold, decay, and scratching and is compatible with all the railing systems at Green Bay Decking. It’s design leaves no gaps, meaning your composite deck is virtually maintenance free. The I.Dekk comes in six natural colors: walnut, cedar, driftwood, mahogany, rustic red, and copper canyon.
- Optima Deck: The Optima Deck’s blend of materials makes it naturally resistant to mold and mildew. This style of composite deck has been tested to hold 1,279 pounds compared to the normal 922 pounds. The Optima Deck option comes in four warm colors: warm cedar, sedona rd, boardwalk gray, and black walnut.
- Indura Deck: The Indura Deck is designed to take on the elements and not swell, resists mold, and is slip resistant. This composite deck option is proven to be up to eight times more resistant to moisture than other deck options. The Indura Deck comes in three striking colors: tree bark, tanned leather, and rivers tone.