composite decking cost to remodel

There is no cost of maintenance for this material. Material and installation cost can range from $4 to $6 a square foot, with an average of $9 for Composite Decking. (material costs cited by epa.gov). Composite deck boards are generally pressed with a pattern or a wood grain and come in a wide range of ...

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How do you choose the right decking materials? Think about three basic criteria: Cost, Lifetime and Look. Cedar, Treated, and Composite are the most common.

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In a 2015 report, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) estimated the cost of a new roof to be $7,600 based on a nationwide survey of its members. Meanwhile, the Remodeling 2016 Cost vs. Value Report for Boston, which uses contractor bidding software to gauge the expense, ...

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Treated decking shrinks after install so we install the boards tightly. From a cost standpoint, Cedar decks are “middle of the road”. Cedar can be finished right away and they will not shrink as much as treated materials do. Composite material is the most expensive of all decking, but it also lasts the longest. Composite decks ...

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We are very particular about the materials we use, whether you want a traditional wood deck or a composite deck. Wood Decking: We only use #1 Pressure Treated Pine for your deck. Many contractors will use lower grade wood to save on their costs. We also insist on going to the lumberyard to hand-pick the wood that will ...

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Wood Decking. Wood is still the most common material for outdoor decks. They have a record of dependability, durability, and providing great value—they generally cost less than their composite counterparts. So if you're looking for a new deck to enjoy the Pittsburgh outdoors, don't delay! Give us a call or fill out our quick ...

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James Brueton of EnviroBuild recommends using a quality wood composite, “which initially has a slightly higher cost. ... is the only premium wood composite decking that is capped with a protective polymer on all four sides. ... More from realtor.com: Do You Need to Remodel Before You Sell?

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This Deck Building Guide will cover everything you need to know to plan a perfect deck for your home. Research detailed labor and construction costs, deck design types and styles, as well as most popular decking materials. Learn about the benefits and costs of Wood, AZEK, , PT and Composite decks ...

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Add a 16-by-20-foot deck using pressure-treated joists supported by 4x4 posts anchored to concrete piers. Install composite deck material in a simple linear pattern with a built-in bench and planter of the same decking material. Include stairs, assuming three steps to grade, and provide a complete railing using a matching ...

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Return on Investment. Everybody wants a deck to enjoy sunny summer days with family and friends. That includes the next owners of your home! A 2009-2010 “Cost vs. Value” Report produced by Remodeling Magazine found that composite deck additions nationwide provided homeowners with an average return of over ...

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Despite their high cost, decks remain a relatively good investment. Remodeling magazine indicates that an average wood deck provides an 87 percent return, while a typical composite deck provides a return of 74 percent, when you sell the home. Extravagant decks provide a slightly lower return, with ...

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As one of the most cost effective options, pressure treated decks are always top quality. Our pressure treated wood does not show scratches like some composites, which can mean a cost savings of over 50% compared to other composite materials. It can also easily be painted, patched, and made to match existing decking ...

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