When you are looking to install a new deck or replace your existing one, there are a variety of different materials you can invest in to build the deck of your dreams. At Tony’s Lifetime Exteriors, we typically use two materials for decking, but we know there are countless others. We prefer to use wood and vinyl decking because of the plethora of benefits they pose for our customers. While both of them are solid options, each has its pros or cons. When you come to our team at Tony’s, we will sit down with you to discover exactly what you are looking for, the budget you need to stick with, and more. From there, we will create a plan for your project and get to work. Throughout the entire process, we will answer every question you may have and offer our advice about the products you are choosing. Here, our licensed contractors will discuss the pros and cons of both vinyl and wood siding, so you can choose which option is best for your home.
When you choose to invest in vinyl decking materials, you are getting a solid investment that will last for years to come. Not only will it provide a safe and sturdy attachment for your house, but it will also increase the value and visual appearance of your home. So, what do you need to keep in mind about vinyl decking?
One of the primary benefits of investing in vinyl decking materials is the fact that it requires very little maintenance. By conducting simple maintenance a handful of times per year, you can ensure that your deck and railing last for several years, if not decades. When you invest in vinyl decking from our team at Tony’s Lifetime Exteriors, we will walk you through the maintenance process, and ensure you are fully prepared for your new deck.
A Plethora of Design Options
Because vinyl decking materials are man-made, they are available in a variety of design options. You can customize the color, texture, design, pattern, and more. All of these factors make vinyl decking a very popular option for customers everywhere. No matter if you want to make your deck match the rest of your house, or you want it to be its own unique design, you can get the design you want.
Vinyl decking and other vinyl materials are designed to withstand a variety of harsh weather conditions, which makes them optimal for use in the Upper Midwest, where temperatures can go from the mid-90s to 50 degrees below zero. While vinyl should last for years, if not decades, when properly maintained, you should still check for damages if extreme weather events were to happen. If you notice damage, immediately contact Tony’s Lifetime Exteriors to come out to provide a fix for your materials.
Wood decking materials have been around for years. As the longest-tenured decking material, its use has been constantly improved and perfected through the decades. Here, our certified contractors will discuss some of the countless benefits of wood decking:
Because wood decking materials are readily available nearly everywhere and have been around for decades, they are typically more affordable than other decking materials. The boards can be cut and transported in bulk due to the amount of wood available. If you choose to have your wood materials pressure-treated, so they resist pests, they are still reasonably affordable. If you are following a strict budget, wood decking would be a great option for your house project.
Wood decks are proven to be one of the most durable products on the market. As new trends come and go, wood materials have remained consistent and stood the test of time. When you stick to a consistent maintenance schedule of staining and treating your deck about one time per year, your wood deck should last for years, if not decades.To learn more about the maintenance that comes with wood decking, contact our licensed contractors today. As the longest-serving decking material, when you invest in wood decking, you know you are getting a solid, reliable deck that will last for years to come.
On Your Side Since 1973
Since we opened for business in 1973, we have been providing our customers with state-of-the-art services. We are fully committed to the needs of our customers and will do what we can to ensure you are satisfied with the end result of your project. You can count on us through every step of your project. If you are in the St. Cloud area and want to learn more or to speak with a licensed contractor today, give us a call at 320-252-9086 or message us on our contact page today.