Vinyl Decking

Vinyl Deck Installation in Minnesota

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Are you looking to spruce up your home’s exterior or repair your current deck? At Tony’s Lifetime Exteriors, not only do we design and construct wood decking systems for your home or property, but we also design and construct decks and railings with vinyl materials. At Tony’s, we are committed to providing you with the best products and materials on the market, but we are also committed to top-notch customer service.

Here, our team of vinyl deck installation contractors will discuss why we trust vinyl decking and how it can help your home.

Vinyl Deck Railing Systems

Our team of certified contractors can install vinyl railing systems on a variety of products, which includes our vinyl decking systems. In addition to installing these safety systems on your deck, we can also install vinyl railings on:

  • Stairs
  • Balconies
  • Porches
  • And more

These railing systems are great for safety, especially for children and pets, and we will help you get the look and safety features you need for your home.

The Benefits of Vinyl Deck & Railing Systems

We design and install vinyl deck and railing systems for a variety of reasons. We have found that our customers ask for these products for many reasons, such as safety.

Here, our certified contractors will discuss these benefits in-depth.

More Durability

Vinyl deck and railing systems have been proven and tested over several years. Through this testing, these materials last for several years, if not several decades if they are well-maintained. While they do not require much maintenance, you should regularly inspect them for damage or other deficiencies in case there is extreme weather. However, unless the weather is extremely dangerous, vinyl materials should withstand everything from extreme cold and snow to hot, humid days.

Many Design Options

Like the other products and services we offer, vinyl is offered in a variety of styles to match any home. There are many different colors, textures, and tones available, so you can find the one that best matches your needs.

Little Maintenance

Vinyl decks and railings are designed to last for several years, if not decades. They require very little maintenance and will hold up in the harsh Minnesota weather conditions. We trust this product for a variety of reasons, and when you choose vinyl decking, we will show you how to conduct regular maintenance on your decking.

A Vinyl Deck Brand You Can Trust

At Tony’s Lifetime Exteriors, we carry two different vinyl decking and railing brands. Clubhouse Decking and Midwest Vinyl Products both offer superb options for your project, and are well-known brands. We use these brands because each provides durability, requires little maintenance, and each offers a variety of styles to choose from. To learn more about why we use Clubhouse Decking and Midwest Vinyl Products, contact our team today.

Request an Estimate Today

If you are in the St. Cloud, Minnesota area and searching for a team of professionals to help you complete your vinyl decking project, contact our certified contractors at Tony’s Lifetime Exteriors. Since we opened for business in 1973, our contractors have been providing state-of-the-art exterior home services, while also providing the best customer service of any other contracting company in the Upper Midwest. We have been on your side since 1973 and will do what we can to ensure your project is successful and is affordable for you.

To learn more about our services, give us a call at 320-252-9086, or fill out our online form for a free estimate.

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