Composite Decks

Composite Decks
Triad Installations – Your Licensed Greensboro Composite Deck Contractor in Kernersville Greensboro High Point & Winston-Salem. We are a custom Deck building company that specializes in the construction of small to large projects to enhance your outdoor living lifestyle. Triad Installations has been in Business since 1984
What are composite decks?
One of the most popular and fastest growing industries in decking materials is with composite decks. They are made from a combination of materials, usually wood and plastic. These materials are processed in a way that makes them look like real wood.
One thing that makes composite decks an attractive choice for homeowners like you is that they are a “green” product. They are often made of recycled materials. The wood is actually sawdust, wood chips, and wood fibers. The plastic can also be recycled materials.
Benefits of composite decks
Composite decks installed by Triad Installations are a convenient alternative to people who do not have time to maintain their decks. Wood decks require a great deal of care to keep it looking good. You have to sand, stain, and reseal your wooden decks every year or two. Besides the cost and time involved, you have to wait for the right weather conditions for the products to dry. All of these issues add up to a lot of work for your deck.
Composite decks do not require painting or staining. They resist rot and they do not warp like wood. You will not get splinters from touching the deck rails or walking in bare feet. Manufacturers add a pigment for the color of the wood and a preservative to make it last without extra care. These preservatives can last up to twenty years in the decks.
Composite decking and its cousin, plastic lumber, represent the fastest-growing decking materials sold today. Most products are made from polyethylene or polyvinyl chloride, and come in a wide range of colors. Composites, like Trex, TimberTech, Correct Deck, Fiberon, Azek and Veranda, to name a few, are composed primarily of wood fibers and recycled plastic. The result is an extremely weather- and stain-resistant board that won’t splinter, warp, rot or split.
There are only two types of comp­osite decking on the market: solid and hollow. Solid is more like wood and is heavier than the hollow version. Because of its greater mass, solid decking will expand and contract more with temperature fluctuations.
Hollow composite decking has a more man-made look. However, it won’t expand and contract as much as solid composite decking. Solid composite decking is more popular because of its superior strength and closer resemblance to real wood
Increases Home Value

Wood-plastic composite decks not only add value to your lifestyle, they add value to your home. With a composite deck project homeowners can recoup much of the investment when selling their home.Remodeling Magazine’s 2012 Cost vs. Value Report estimates a 62.8% return on investment for composite deck additions on a national average.
Is a Composite Deck Right for my Home?
If the deck location is very humid, or sees prolonged exposure to sunlight, or has a history of termites or carpenter ants, the answer may be composite decking. Kernersville Greensboro High Point & Winston-Salem is prone to most of these issues, so it’s not a bad idea to use composite wood.
Composite decking in Kernersville Greensboro High Point & Winston-Salem is specially designed to withstand an incredible amount of extreme temperatures, high winds, and natural wear from usage and UV light in order to provide some of the most long-lasting quality available on the market today.
In the end, choosing composite decking vs. wood decking is a personal choice but be prepared to pay at least 30% more over pressure treated wood decks.
Why Hire US for building your New Deck?
I’ve dedicated my business to helping you and other consumers understand remodeling design and construction. That’s why I publish my free remodeling reports.
My installers are highly skilled, certified and conscientious technicians. All have at least 15 plus years’ experience and training. We do not employ any “kids” or spare-timers.
You will receive a written proposal for your project. You’ll always know what we’re doing and why we’re doing it.
Everything is included, no hidden surprises.
We will treat your home with as much care and respect as if it were our very own.
All work performed by Triad Installations Company is guaranteed against faulty workmanship for five (5) full years from the date of installation. There will be no charge to the client for labor or materials on any repair due to faulty workmanship during that (5) year period. If you should find something that you would like repaired, simply call our office. We will promptly schedule a service appointment within 48 hours of your call. You will be given an exact day and time so that your time is not wasted waiting around for the serviceman. We’re on your side!
Professional Memberships and Certifications
Triad Installations understands the importance of continuing education and professional associations. We stay current on products, new trends and our suppliers.
· Member of the National Association of Home Builders
· Member of the Central Carolina Better Business Bureau and BBB A+ rated Accredited Business
. Angie’s List super service award for 2014 and 2015
· Owens Corning Preferred Provider
· CertainTeed Master Shingle Applicator Certification
· VSI (Vinyl Siding Institute) Certified Installer
· EPA Lead based paint Contractor (for those with homes built prior to 1978)
· GAF Certified Contractor
· Atrium windows certified installer.
· Norandex, Alside and Royal vinyl siding installers.
Why trust anyone else with your most valuable asset, your home? Call the experts at Triad Installations, your Kernersville Greensboro High Point area Composite Decking and Home Improvement Company at 336-854-5706
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