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Composite Decking

Trex Decking – What’s New for 2021

There are a number of excellent composite decking products on the market, including Trex, TimberTech (who now owns AZEK), and Fiberon, and they all vary slightly in their color and grain pattern, as well as having other unique features. At The Decking Superstore, we’re often asked which one is best…

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Are Hidden Fasteners Right For Your Deck?

Hidden deck fasteners make your deck look great. They’re out of sight, so all you see is the clean, unmarked deck surface. It’s no surprise people love them so much. They also eliminate the problem of exposed nail or screw heads injuring a foot, or catching a chair. But hidden fasteners do have…

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Comparing 2020 Top Composite Decking Brands

This is a continuation from the article Comparing Today’s Composite Decking Prices in 2020. Below are some direct comparisons between the most popular composite decking brands available today.

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Comparing 2020 Composite Decking Prices

So you’ve made the decision to go with composite decking for your new outdoor project. The promise of little or no maintenance is too good to resist compared to the periodic maintenance and refinishing natural wood requires. With so many options to choose from, how do you ensure you’re getting the…

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Wood vs. Composite – Choosing the Right Decking Material

As consumers demand more choice, the variety of offerings from manufacturers grows, and choosing the right decking material can seem like a difficult task.

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Ranking Today’s Composite Decking Brands

Composite decking has come a long way. It was only twenty years ago that homeowners were limited to one very synthetic-looking type of low-performing material. Today, composite decking comes in a variety of texturized grain patterns and rich variegated colors that replicate wood’s natural beauty.…

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