The eco decking-wood plastic composite decking industry, as well as pvc decking, has experienced substantial growth over the last ten years, largely due to its increasing popularity as a low-maintenance, environmentally friendly alternative to wood.
How Much Does wpc eco decking tiles cost?
The first question we are usually asked about any deck material other than treated pine is “How much more does it cost?” Here’s the answer. These are the average prices in 2007 for a single level 16’x20′ deck in the seven Midwestern states as compiled by Remodeling Magazine. The price of materials has climbed quite a bit during the last year, so expect slightly higher prices today. But Wood plastic composite eco decking tiles can be maintained fairly easily. It should be swept regularly. Periodically, it will need to be washed with a hose or power washer. Food and stains can be cleaned with a mild soap solution. It is important to check the manufacturer’s recommendations for maintenance.
Why Choose WPC eco decking product?
- Strong and Practical – 2X6 decking boards allow true 24″ on-center spans to replace wood decking for residential applications. Also available in 5/4 board for 16″ on center.
- Wood Free – exceptional resistance to moisture, fading, insects, splintering and warping.
- Quick Install – No pre-drilling needed for fasteners. Work with eco decking like any other natural wood product. No special tools are needed.
- Low Maintenance – never needs waterproofing, painting, staining or other recurring maintenance.
- Lasts a lifetime – and it’s protected under wpc eco decking‘s limited 50-Year Warranty.
- Environmentally friendly – made from 100% post-consumer recycled HDPE plastics, like those found in milk bottles. In a LEED green building project, Eco decking’s high percentage of recycled material can contribute significantly to earn points for LEED certification.
- Beautiful – in colors that last – Eco decking is available in five different natural colors so you can pick the right color to accent your home or business. Comes with an attractive wood-grain surface.