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Wood or Composite Decking, like any major home purchase, decking materials vary in looks, durability and cost. You might want to use certain types of lumber or decking for structural parts of your deck project, and other decking timber for surfaces and railings, the part on which you will walk on and see.


A deck can last anywhere from 10 to 30 years if made from untreated wood and can last up to 50 years for treated wood or composite materials. Because a deck is a long-term investment and you will be enjoying it too for decades to come, it’s important to understand your choice of materials before start building your project. Both wood and composite materials come in low and high quality, so cost or quality is not the only factor. It’s commonly known that composite materials require less maintenance, hence, their cost is usually higher. But they do require some maintenance, and other factors come into play too.



Here are the Differences between Composite and Hardwood Decks:


Wood Decks


Composite Decks




Deck Maintenance



With the information above, we hoped that it helped you which of those two decks should you choose as for your Decking Material. At Nice Backyard We stock Composite Decking, Please feel free to call us for any other questions.?