For 30 years, our Annapolis-based fence and deck company has installed beautiful outdoor spaces for homeowners throughout the state of Maryland. For our first “Project of the Month of 2021”, we’re excited to feature this Trex composite deck located in Prince George’s County.
The Deck Installation Process
Our knowledgeable Project Consultant, Christopher Holmes worked with our clients to bring their vision to life. The end result is a stunning, light, and open outdoor room that is perfect for relaxing, entertaining, and grilling.
We removed the existing dilapidating wood deck and installed 418 sq. ft. of Trex composite decking in the Pebble Gray color. To complement the beautiful Pebble Gray tones, we installed white vinyl Washington-style railings with black aluminum balusters. The deck is also wrapped with white vinyl fascia for a more finished look. While the decking boards match nicely with the house siding and roof, the balusters almost disappear completely with view, allowing for an open and inviting gathering space.
A set of stairs in matching Pebble Gray lead up to the lower deck on the left side of the space, and a wide second set of stairs lead up to the upper deck. Having two separate deck spaces is great for larger gatherings, more intimate conversations, or designated grilling and social areas.
Why Choose Composite Decking?
Composite decking has become an increasingly popular decking material choice for our Maryland clients in the last several years. Composite decking, also known as synthetic decking, is an environmentally wood alternative that’s comprised of plastic and wood fiber. Though it doesn’t boast the “natural” benefit of a wood deck, there are several color options and textures to choose from that are aesthetically pleasing.
One of the greatest benefits for composite decking, especially Trex decking, is that it requires less maintenance and upkeep. As opposed to wood decking, composite decks are more resistant to weather, pests, mold, and other natural sources of decay and color fading. Additionally, the material doesn’t the material doesn’t rot, crack, splinter, or deteriorate with time.
If you’re interested in upgrading to a composite deck, Trex may be the right fit for you! In addition to the Fence & Deck Connection Lifetime Structural Warranty, Trex offers a 25-year Limited Warranty. Beat the spring rush and give us a call to have your very own outdoor oasis installed just in time for sunny season!