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Besides uplifting the front or back elevation of the house, it also adds great value to the building. This raised decking also offers the opportunity to the home owners to enjoy the outdoors in a relaxing manner without leaving their house. However, with so many benefits, there is still a big disadvantage that makes home owners sceptical about their decision and that is the cost and maintenance of a wooden decking.
Undoubtedly, real timber has an elegance and quality that cannot be matched but with a big price tag. A recently developed alternative of wooden decking, which solves the problems faced by home owners with wooden decks, is composite decking.
Wood Plastic Composite decking (WPC) is a factory-made decking product, which means that it is not naturally occurring like timber, although it gives a similar appearance to the outside of the house. It is manufactured with a combination of various building materials, like ground sawdust, non-virgin wood materials and even recycled plastic. This effectively brings down the cost of the product without affecting its finish. To this peculiar combination of materials, a whole lot of varying additives are mixed; these include pigments, stabilisers and bonding agents to achieve a result that resembles real wood in appearance. This is how composite decking ends up as a very similar product to wooden decking but with greater advantage.
There are still many things to decide even after you have made the decision of going for the composite decking. And these few things can bring a lot of changes to your finished deck.