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Did you know you can use more than material to build a deck?

Are you thinking about rebuilding or building a new deck? Perhaps you’re considering renovating an existing one. You have more than one option for your materials. You might think that it’s standard just to build a wood, composite, or vinyl deck, but it turns out that you can combine your deck materials.

Why Mix Composite Decking with Wood? Cost Pressure-treated wood is the most affordable option for deck materials on the market. If you are on a budget, this is a great option. However, you might really prefer a composite deck and not want to totally let this material go. You can replace some elements with wood to save money and still have a long-lasting deck.

Appearance Two-toned carpentry is trending right now, particularly in interior design. It works the same way outdoors; you can enjoy a cost-effective deck while making the most of one or both materials style-wise.

How to Mix Composite Decking with Wood Appearance Depending on the angle from which you look at it, a deck can look primarily of one material. Otherwise, there are attractive ways to arrange your deck materials to maximize style and functionality.

Composite Composite works wonderfully for your deck platform and railing. You won’t have to worry about warping deck floor boards or rotting railing. You can also have splinter-free flooring underfoot..

Wood Wood is a reliable choice for your deck’s structural elements, such as the joists and posts, and for deck railing rails or infills

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