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How Does Composite Decking Compare to Wood?

Oct 18 , 2023
In comparison, composite decking is much more resistant to water and moisture. In fact, the Compress Technology™ used in our composite deck boards creates a tight bond between the cap and core. You won’t have to worry about moisture infiltration nor the hassle of applying a sealant.
The Impact of Splintering on Deck Durability
With traditional wood decking, it’s only a matter of time until the material starts to splinter. And every time there’s a splinter or crack, there’s a possibility of moisture finding its way into the material. Plus, splinters can also make it riskier to walk across a deck barefoot and can get to the point where certain boards need to be ripped out and replaced.
Since composite decking encases wood fibers in polymer, the risk of splinters occurring is much less likely. Composite decking can be relied on for its long-lasting durability and resistance to splintering. When you use it for an outdoor living project, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that it will stand the test of time.

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