TREX DECKING
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TREX DECKING
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BEST PRICES IN TREX
DECKING IN TAMPA

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$2.59

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95% RECYCLED MATERIALS

LOW MAINTENANCE

INSECT PROOF

ROT & SPLIT RESISTANT

25 YR FADE & STAIN WARRANTY

Need something specific for your project? No problem. We carry a
variety of lengths and different profiles on every brand.

Find a never ending inventory filled with the biggest brands of composite decking

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Call us and ask about our composite decking prices in any of our brands

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Putting the “plus” in Lumber Plus, we make it our mission to align ourselves with the best of the best. With several different brands under our wing, we are able to keep the most extensive inventory of wood in all of North America. So when we grow, you grow with us, no matter the size of your project.

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Installation tips to work with composite boards

WHAT MAKES COMPOSITE DECKING A GOOD ALTERNATIVE TO WOOD?

While there are countless reasons to choose composite decking, the effortless maintenance, and the incredible durability are among the top. Composite is designed to last approximately 20-30 years meanwhile pressure-treated wood has a lifespan less than half that of composite’s. Not to mention the required maintenance for pressure-treated wood is estimated at over US$ 500 per year.

HOW LONG WILL MY COMPOSITE DECKING LAST?

When properly cared for, our outdoor composite decking will even outlast the regular 25-30 year warranty.

ARE COMPOSITE DECKS EXPENSIVE?

Not in the long run. Even though they cost more upfront, they are much easier to deal with and require far less maintenance over the years than pine wood decks. You can expect considerable long-term savings on materials and labor when you choose composite solutions.

HOW DO I INSTALL MY COMPOSITE DECKING?

The installation process is similar to that of hardwood decking. Composite decking usually has hidden fasteners that save time and make the process easier. For technical information, please refer to our Composite Decking Installation Guide.

Does composite expands or contracts?

Simply put, yes, all composite decking eventually expands and contracts in all directions. However, it doesn't grow and tighten as much as real wood. Unlike natural wood, composite changes in size due to the temperature, expanding when it's hot and contracting when it's cold.

Can composite decking be screwed down?

Just like natural wood, you can screw and nail down composite decking for any project. While some composites require pre-drilling, it's important to check with the manufacturer for the best way to screw or nail down your board. And while you may have needed pre-drilling in the past, it is no longer necessary for specific composite boards.

Can composite lumber be cut?

Yes, composite lumber can be cut just like regular wood. No special tools are required. In order to cut your composite lumber safely and efficiently, you'll simply need either a circular saw or a miter saw with a tape measure, a pencil or blue chalk, and, of course, a pair of safety goggles. It's also important to note that some manufacturers warn that you could possibly lose your warranty if your composite is cut poorly.

How to bend composite wood?

Composite decking is flexible enough to be bent with the proper equipment and at the right temperature. You can use numerous tools to bend your composite boards, such as a bending press, a folding machine, or even a roll bending machine. But it’s always essential to use these tools safely and with the proper knowledge.

Does composite expands or contracts?

Simply put, yes, all composite decking eventually expands and contracts in all directions. However, it doesn't grow and tighten as much as real wood. Unlike natural wood, composite changes in size due to the temperature, expanding when it's hot and contracting when it's cold.

Can composite decking be screwed down?

Just like natural wood, you can screw and nail down composite decking for any project. While some composites require pre-drilling, it's important to check with the manufacturer for the best way to screw or nail down your board. And while you may have needed pre-drilling in the past, it is no longer necessary for specific composite boards.

Can composite lumber be cut?

Yes, composite lumber can be cut just like regular wood. No special tools are required. In order to cut your composite lumber safely and efficiently, you'll simply need either a circular saw or a miter saw with a tape measure, a pencil or blue chalk, and, of course, a pair of safety goggles. It's also important to note that some manufacturers warn that you could possibly lose your warranty if your composite is cut poorly.

How to bend composite wood?

Composite decking is flexible enough to be bent with the proper equipment and at the right temperature. You can use numerous tools to bend your composite boards, such as a bending press, a folding machine, or even a roll bending machine. But it’s always essential to use these tools safely and with the proper knowledge.

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GO BEYOND composite DECKING

We also carry Garapa, Jatoba, Cumaru, Tigerwood and Angelim for decking, pool decks or any other application you should need: docks, boardwalks, cladding, flooring, soffit, deck stairs, pergolas, rooftop deck, seaside and marine construction and much more. Call us for ipe wood prices or to learn more about any other hardwood costs you’ll have to bring your project to life. Our experienced team is here to help you from start to finish, with a large inventory of decking materials.

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