A revolution has been taking the decking world by storm. Where wood decks once ruled, PVC and vinyl decking materials are quickly gaining popularity. The main reason homeowners choose these non-traditional decking materials is that they don’t require the arduous maintenance that outdoor wood products do. Here at Rick’s, we select only the best PVC and vinyl decking materials for our customers.
Today, we’re introducing Endeck, the latest PVC-based decking materials from Enduris. By perusing the following characteristics of Endeck, you can decide whether these are the right decking materials for your home.
Looks like wood. Both sides of Endeck boards are embossed with a wood grain pattern, adding slip resistance and tricking many into thinking they’re looking at real wood.
Fire resistant. Endeck PVC decking materials have earned Class A Flame Spread certification through CalFire, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, one of the most stringent fire-resistant certifiers in the world. CalFire has awarded Endeck its highest rating as an ignition-resistant material.
Virtually maintenance-free. There’s no need to sand, stain or seal Endeck decking materials. Although they look like wood, Endeck boards will not warp or twist under varying weather conditions as wood decking materials do. Basically, the only maintenance your deck will ever require is an occasional squirt with the garden hose to whisk away superficial dirt.
Durability. The folks at Enduris are so certain their Endeck decking materials will last that they offer a limited lifetime warranty. Decking built from Endeck materials will remain sturdy for decades to come. And unlike composite decking materials, Endeck boards will not fade under UV exposure.
If these benefits have convinced you that Endeck decking materials could be perfect for your family, give us a call for a free estimate.