Over time, the decking industry has made drastic improvements to materials used to create your dream deck. Trex or Timbertech is a very popular composite deck company. Also, manufacturing composite decking materials that give homeowners the wood look they want, yet easy maintenance and longevity. As time continues to pass, composite decking continues to transform and other composite decking manufacturers are being introduced.
If you are planning on having your dream deck constructed out of low-maintenance composite decking materials, Trex or Timbertech both supply high-quality decking materials and have very similar collections for you to choose from. So what is the difference between the two? Which should you choose? Looking for tips on maintaining your Trex deck? Click here.
The decision on when to choose Trex composite decking or Timbertech composite decking is completely up to you. As far as the product goes, they are very similar and both offer the same low maintenance aspect that everyone is searching for. You may realize that your decision on which company to select may come down to texture, color, or customization you wish for your deck or landscaping project to have.
When searching for a Timbertech installer, look no further than Miles Bradley!
Miles Bradley Building has been installing composite decks for decades. Our experienced staff can help find exactly what you are looking for. At Miles Bradley, we construct your low-maintenance dream deck with the highest quality Trex or Timbertech composite decking materials. Our decking professionals will review your deck plans and help you determine whether Timbertech or Trex composite decking is right for you. Finally, contact our professional deck builders today so we can get started.
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Are you interested in adding a composite Trex deck to your home? Trex decking is a hassle-free and eco-friendly composite decking material. Furthermore, Trex decking planks contain special three-sided shell protection with the color ingrained within the material. This allows the planks to keep their beautiful appearance for many years in the color of your choice without having to repaint, stain, or seal them.
Trex offers many different color options. The decking is available in 23 colors in hues of grey, brown, and red. There are 7 grey color options, 12 brown color options, and 4 red color options available.
You should choose your deck color in correspondence with the furniture you already own and also the color of your home. If the color of your home is beige, tan, or cream, you may want to consider brown or red hues. If your home has undertones of blue, bright white, or silver, you may want to consider the grey hues. Additionally, the color of the deck will bring out these undertones and make your house look nicer.
Also, think about the architectural style of your home and the style you want to portray through the new deck. Certain styles are brought out through certain colors. For example, rustic themes tend to be brought out with dark brown colors, red colors tend to be associated with nautical and naval themes, while blue or green tones hint towards a more contemporary or beach theme.
Here at Miles Bradley, our distinguished installers are experienced and certified Trex Platinum Contractors. We know how to install Trex and make it look its best. Finally, to get your new deck installed, contact us or request a free quote today. We can’t wait to hear from you!