If we have said it once, we have said it a thousand times; decking is a great investment. With an average return on investment of 78.6%, according to Remodeling Magazine’s annual Cost vs. Value Report for Baltimore, a new deck is an excellent way to add both functionality and value to your Bel Air home.
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With over 40 years of experience in the decking industry, Freedom Fence and Home specializes in Wood, Low Maintenance, and Composite decking. No matter the material you choose, your new deck will last for years and stand up to the elements. Our crews are highly trained and have been performing deck construction for years.
So which makes the most sense for you: wood, composite, or low maintenance?
Wood vs. Composite Decking for Your Bel Air Home
We recently talked about the benefits of wood decks, so you can reference that blog post to learn more about the many benefits of wood decking. This week, we are going to focus our attention on composite decking, made of a mix of waste wood or cellulose fiber and plastic. Ooh la la! So without further ado, the benefits of composite decks…
While wood decks look great, they just aren’t for everyone. They require annual maintenance – including cleaning and staining – and some people simply do not have the time to adequately maintain their investment. When this happens, a wood deck can begin to decay in front of your eyes. The solution: composite decking! Goodbye stripping, sanding and staining. Composite decking requires only occasional cleaning.
Composite decks stand up to weather – from blazing summer sun to icy snow – without fading, cracking, or warping.
And So Much More!
A composite deck can make your home even more valuable, while providing you, your family, and guests with a place to relax and enjoy the summer and fall months. Easy to clean and maintain, a composite deck might be the right fit for you.
Composite Decking for Your Bel Air Home
Freedom Fence and Home, located in Northern Baltimore County, has been installing composite decks for years. We are extremely familiar with the different composite deck materials available, and our crews have used these materials to build single level and multi-level decks throughout Baltimore and Harford counties.