Farmington Hills is a beautiful and lavish Michigan city with a general population of 80,971. It is also a very family-oriented city. In addition, the schools are top-of-the-line and the area is shrouded in wealth. Also, the average home value is $207,200. The houses are big and beautiful and should be accompanied by gorgeous decks! A nice deck can make or break your home, so why not aim for the best?
Here at Miles Bradley, we build custom composite decks in Farmington Hills. We use Timbertech and Trex composite decking materials for the best quality decks. While our decks are of the highest quality, they are also beautiful.
Both Timbertech and Trex are popular composite decking companies. This means that both companies have similar advantages. Unlike wood, composite decks have desirable factors of durability, longevity, and maintainability. But there are some differences between Timbertech and Trex as well.
Timbertech decks are generally more expensive than Trex decks. This is because of the slight difference in the board design. Although Timbertech boards are also made of recycled material, they contain a protective polymer shell that protects all four sides of the board. Because of this extra coverage, Timbertech materials are more resistant to harsh weather, an important quality to have in Michigan.
All of the Trex decking materials are made up of a protective shell and a composite core. The protective shell provides coverage to three sides of the board; the top and both sides. The bottom of the board is left unsealed, allowing the material to respire while also being protected. Furthermore, Trex decking materials tend to have more scratch resistance than Timbertech.
Here at Miles Bradley, we construct Timbertech and Trex low-maintenance composite decks. We have served the people in Farmington Hills for over 25 years. With decades of experience and customer satisfaction, we are there to help you make the custom deck of your dreams. For more information, request a free quote! Finally, contact us today to make your deck building appointment.
The recent Michigan snow fall has stirred up concerns for new deck owners on how to properly maintain their deck during the winter months. We often get questions about removing the snow on your deck in the winter. As your trusted deck building company, we are happy to address any concerns that you may have about maintaining your deck in the winter.
Should I remove the snow from my deck?
You do not have to remove the snow from the deck. We only recommend that you clear a path if the deck is connected to your house to avoid accidents.
Will my deck collapse if I don’t remove the snow from it ?
Your deck will not collapse from the added weight from the snow. Miles Bradley builds high quality low maintenance decks that are built to withstand the Michigan winter. When you mix Trex decking with our great workmanship, you get a strong deck that can handle the weight from people , furniture, or snow.
Will I mess up the deck by shoveling it ?
If you plan to shovel the snow off of your deck, we recommend that you use a rubber shovel. Metal shovels can possibly scratch up your deck. When shoveling, we also recommend that you use one big stroke and run the shovel down the length of the boards.
What products are recommended to remove snow and ice?
To remove snow and ice, we recommend that you use rock salt or calcium chloride.
Thanks for being a valued customer of Miles Bradley. We look forward to another great year with you.
We are proud to offer such a great product from the largest manufacturer of composite decking (wood-alternative). Today Trex was awarded the 2013 Green Award from Washingtonian Magazine. This award recognizes people, companies and organizations in the DC area that work to improve the environment and encourage eco-friendly living.
Trex was awarded this because of their efforts in salvaging more than 400 million pounds of plastic and wood scrap out of landfills each year. They kept more than 2.5 billion pounds total from 2007 through 2012 alone. Their Trex decking products are manufactured from more than 95 percent of recycled content including; wood and sawdust, along with plastic and newspapers from household items.
Their green efforts do not stop there, Trex manufacturing final process is also green with a proprietary method that recycles factory refuse back onto the manufacturing line. By continuously improving their process with green methods, Trex supports their community through recycling and education.
We are delighted to see Trex earn this award and are proud to support this company by using these great products in our customers decks. Contact us today to see how we can build your deck with Trex composite decking material.