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Dallas Deck Builder Joins the ‘Green Movement’ With Environmentally Responsible Composite Deck Options

Environmentally Friendly Composite Deck Materials Mean No New Trees Are Harvested

Dallas Deck Builder

Dallas, Texas – March 11,  2015 – The popularity of owning a composite wood deck has exploded in recent years for a number of intelligent reasons. The cost is budget-friendly, natural resources are conserved, and the customer has minimal maintenance worries. Dallas Deck Craft, a well-known outdoor living experience creator in the Dallas Metroplex area for the last 35 years, has noticed and proudly participates in this trend.

Artificial Wood Decking and Some Other Synthetic Decking Choices Can Be Environmentally Irresponsible

Composite decking promotes a sustainable living attitude toward forests and trees. That is what makes a composite deck so attractive to a lot of Dallas homeowners. In a recent interview, the owner of the popular Dallas area deck building company had this to say. "Composite deck prices put building a versatile outdoor living experience within everyone's budget. On the environmental side of the equation, composite decking materials can be much more attractive to the environmentally conscientious homeowner than aluminum, composite and synthetic options."

Composite deck materials extend the lives of trees and forests. The compounds and materials used to construct the planking, balusters, rails and other components of a composite deck include waste wood fibers. Previously, the waste which was created when trees were rendered into popular and common lumber dimensions was simply thrown out. There were not many options for reuse. Now this waste wood fiber joins old grocery bags and recycled plastics to create a durable, long-lasting, low-maintenance decking material that would have otherwise ended up in a landfill.

By Its Very Nature, Composite Decking is Affordably Priced

Because the resulting product is strong and rugged, homeowners do not spend much time with maintenance. That means more time spent out on your deck creating great memories, rather than spending your weekends working on and maintaining your deck. Composite deck prices are also attractive, because lumber companies are not using new trees to form the deck materials. That low production cost gets passed right along to the end user.

And this easy to maintain product is virtually stain-free, simply one other attractive feature. Like any material other than Ipe or some of the other extremely expensive hardwoods, there is a replacement life to take into consideration. However, the Dallas Deck Craft owner points out that a composite deck, when properly installed by an experienced decking contractor, can easily last 20 years or more with very little interaction from the homeowner.

Since no new trees are harvested to produce composite decking material, this affordable decking option becomes more popular year after year. Deck builders like the experienced team at Dallas Deck Craft enjoy working with composite deck material as opposed to some other artificial wood decking products. Composite decking is relatively lightweight and long-lasting, meaning that repairs are not often needed. The team at Dallas Deck Craft lives in and around the Dallas Metroplex area, and are just as pleased about the positive environmental aspects of this versatile decking material as other local homeowners.

With so many decking types to choose from, Mr. Campbell recommends heading over to his site at DallasDeckCraft.com. There you will find all inclusive homeowner guides and videos on all decking types, deck repairs, above ground pool decks, screened porches and other beautiful backyard living options.

For more information on Dallas Deck Craft, visit dallasdeckcraft.com and to contact Campbell, call 214-384-4267.

Media Contact Info:
Terry Campbell
6850 Shiloh
Garland, Texas 75044

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