We’ve helped New Hampshire residents and business owners get their perfect composite decks since 2016. We offer a simple five-step composite deck installation process that keeps you involved from beginning to end so you know exactly what to expect from your deck. Our process includes:
The length of time that it takes to build a deck depends on several factors like the size of the deck, foundation preparation, if the deck design is a simple or complex shape, and how long it takes to prepare the materials for installation. If you’re comparing installation time between pressure-treated wood decking or composite decking, both take a similar amount of time to install.
There are several benefits to choosing a composite deck over a traditional wood deck. The first is that composite decks don’t require much maintenance, as they will never warp, rot, or weather. They are also extremely durable and environmentally friendly because they are made from recycled plastics and organic materials.
Additional benefits include that you can get composite boards in a wide range of colors that, unlike wood, never require painting or staining (unless you want to change the color). You also never need to worry about splinters or split boards like with a natural wood deck when you choose a composite deck.
Composite decks are fairly low maintenance. To keep your composite deck clean, you can usually just sweep it free of debris, or even use your leaf blower to remove dirt and leaves from between the boards. Once or twice a year, you should use a mild detergent to remove any stubborn dirt, then wash it clean with your hose.