Composite Decking

Composite Decking

About Composite Decking

If you are looking for a decking material that is low maintenance, last longer than wood, looks amazing, and doesn’t require yearly sanding and staining, composite decking is for you!

Composite decking is made from a combination of plastic and wood fibers. The two main processes for creating composite decking are extrusion and compression molding. During extrusion, the wood fiber and plastic are mixed together and forced through an opening that produces pieces with a fairly regular shape and size. During compression molding, the molten materials are placed on a wood grain mold and compressed under extreme heat to give them texture.

And this technology has only advanced over the years, giving boards a hardier feel, with better surface patterning and more rich colors. Composite decking comes in many different forms. Check out some of the options below: 

Wood Plastic Composite
These practical decking options are designed for the value-conscious customer looking
for a lifetime of low maintenance. Wood plastic composite is the first generation
recycled wood and plastic decking. This low maintenance deck does not need to be
painted or stained, has minmal upkeep. Its durability to staining and scratching is not as
good as the newer capped composites.

  • Value Priced
  • Traditional wood grain texture
  • Low Maintenance

Capped Composite
Capped with a protective polymer shell, this plank is resistant to the elements that every
deck endures. This second generation composite decking still has a traditional recycled
wood and plastic core, however the protective cap is what makes this style of deck so
great. Capped composites often prevent staining and fading along with being very
durable from scratches.

  • Extremely durable
  • Won’t fade or stain
  • Very Realistic Wood Look

PVC Engineering guarantees the ultimate in scratch, mildew and stain resistance.

  • Does not require pre-drilling
  • Scratch Resistant