Are you looking to bring the indoors to outdoors? A deck expands your livable space and adds to your home’s value and appeal.
There are many options for decking materials and the most durable is PVC which is made completely from synthetic materials. PVC consists of polyvinyl chloride, which is used for outdoor siding and fencing.
Why should I consider PVC decking?
PVC is eco-friendly made from 100% recycled plastic.
PVC is cost-effective and provides the greatest value.
PVC is flame resistant.
PVC is lighter weight having the same bulk as a soft wood.
PVC is durable and the safest for foot traction.
PVC is moisture, mold, and rot resistant.
PVC does not scratch, dent, split, crack, flake, or peel.
PVC is resistant to insect infestation.
PVC is capped and designed to look stained and to mimic natural wood grains.
PVC is low maintenance and easily cleans by hosing it down with mild soap and water.
PVC does not need to be chemically treated to maintain its integrity.
PVC lasts for decades without needing replacement.
A PVC deck will survive Spokane’s changing weather for years. You could become the envy of your neighborhood. Don’t delay!
What are you waiting for? Get started on your new PVC deck today!
Family owned and operated, Dynamic Decks has more than 20 years of experience building decks for Spokane families. We are happy to provide a quote or additional information about your deck design. Ask about railings, covers and pergolas and lighting – our team can install everything you need to complete your outdoor living area. Get an estimate by calling Dynamic Decks at 509-464-3325.
By dyndeckAdmin|2022-09-08T05:31:21-07:00September 8th, 2022|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Why PVC decking is superior to other materials
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