In Michigan, it seems like we’re going to get to summer weather without much of a spring. We think we must be there now, right? This is a repost for those of you that have a TREX deck in the Midwest. If you’ve purchased one (hopefully from Miles Bradley in Michigan or Chicago), then you know how beautiful and low maintenance it really is.
When spring cleaning your house, don’t forget about your Michigan deck. Leaving stains or improperly cleaning your deck can lead to the warranty on your deck being voided out. Miles Bradley recommends that you watch the video below to learn the proper steps to clean your Trex composite deck. Whether you’re in Novi, Northville, or anywhere in Michigan, winter probably left you with a deck that needs a good cleaning.
Has the weather and use taken a toll on your Trex Composite Deck? You can clean your deck and give it that new look again with little to no effort at all. We recommend Olympic Deck Cleaner, with Olympic Deck Cleaner a hose, sprayer, and an optional scrub brush you can clean your whole Trex Composite Deck in one afternoon.
Trex composite decks are strong reliable decks that will maintain it’s beauty for years. But even the most reliable deck, will need cleaning from time to time, weather, people, animals, and overall wear and tear take their toll on any deck. With a good cleaning and proper maintenance, you can keep your Trex Composite Deck looking great for years to come.
If you are looking for the best deck builders in Michigan or Chicagoland, please contact us or request a quote today! Alternatively, please call Miles Bradley today at 248-478-8660 in the Detroit Area or 847-920-7601 in the Chicago Area. We are a Certified Trex Platinum Contractor!
Miles Bradley has been busy this summer! Offering a variety of composite deck materials that comes in different grain patterns and colors, along with full deck planning and all the extras you can add to your deck. In addition, as a certified Trex Pro Platinum builder, we build low-maintenance decks using composite deck materials.
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!
Fall is the perfect time to perform deck maintenance. Not only is the weather much cooler than the Summer weather but it is also the perfect time to perform safety checks before the Winter. Trex decking is incredibly low-maintenance and also hassle-free! Caring for Trex decks is extremely easy, especially in the Fall. Only occasionally you have to perform any maintenance. Here are a few simple tips on how to maintain your Trex deck in the Fall.
Trex decking is a hassle-free, low-composite, and eco-friendly decking material. Made from 95% recycled materials, Trex planks contain special three-sided shell protection. This allows the planks to retain their beautiful look for many years in the color of your choice.
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. To get your new deck installed, contact us today and request a free quote. We can’t wait to hear from you!
While enjoying the outdoors on your new Trex Composite Deck, you may think you would like a fire pit on the deck. So the question becomes, can you put a fire pit on your composite deck? Well, the answer is a little muddy. First, you should never put a fire pit directly on your deck with no protection. The heat alone can warp the decking materials as well as embers can burn the deck as well.
Trex decking can soften at about 176 degrees Fahrenheit so you have to very cautious about the size of your fire. In addition, never install the firepit directly on top of the deck. A gas type fire pit is a much better option than a wood-burning one
If you are determined to add a fire pit to your deck try to keep some of this advice in mind. Make sure under the firepit you install fire-resistant material for the pit to rest on. Insulated walls of stone or other types of materials are used to prevent heat from escaping. Deck Protect is another product that is used to prevent fire damage to your deck. Also, you can have a new custom-built deck that encompasses the fire pit and does not have the fire pit directly on the deck.
At Miles Bradley, we custom build low-maintenance composite decks all the time and we can accommodate your needs. While it is not highly recommendable to put a large fire pit on your composite deck. With careful planning and the right type of materials and fire pit, it can be done. Call us today at 248-478-8660 in the Detroit area or 847-920-7601 in the Chicago area. Finally, we can answer any questions you have about Trex composite decks and your options.