The end of winter may be drawing nearer, but residents of the Pacific Northwest still have a bit more to endure. While it’s nothing compared to the polar vortex afflicting the Midwest, heavy rain and snow can still have a profound effect on your deck. If you’re looking to preserve the quality and beauty of your deck, PVC decking is a great-looking option that can last through any season.
PVC decking is a great choice for homeowners who prefer to spend their winters indoors by the fireplace. As the premiere low-maintenance deck choice, PVC decking ensures you’ll never have to trudge through two feet of snow to perform your daily upkeep. Gone will be the days of mold buildup with a deck made out of Endeck decking; a few sprays from the garden hose will leave your deck free of leaves and debris left by afternoon showers. PVC decks made from AZEK decking are scratch and split resistant – just perfect for withstanding freezing winter nights.
PVC decking ensures a deck that’s built to last – as solid as the day it was at first rained on. The interlocking boards of a Gorilla deck make upkeep a breeze while providing additional living space below your deck. A Gorilla deck waterproofs the living space below your second storey deck. This helps to protect you lower level outdoor living space and give you a place to enjoy the outdoors before the spring rains end.
The rising popularity of PVC decks can be attributed to not only their differences to wood decks, but for their similar looks and appearance. Homeowners truly concerned with how they stand up to wood decks should look no further than Azek decking. A deck made from Azek decking is embossed with a gorgeous wood grain pattern – you’d have to get on your knees with a magnifying glass to notice the difference.
Contact your nearest Rick’s Custom Fencing and Decking for more info on Endeck decking, AZEK decking, and Gorilla deck PVC decking options, and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!