Here's a picture of our decking from Menards Ultra Deck showing a new unexposed piece and the faded boards after just 38 days. Look for yourself and be warned that their brand of composite is far below the quality & performance consumers should expect for the cost of this product. Notice that the "faded"
Terrain specifications: - Available in 5 Colors: Brown Oak, Silver Maple, Sandy Birch, Stone Ash and Rustic Elm - Protective poly cap engineered to resist fading, scratches and stains - Proprietary composite core - VertiGrain surface allows for quick and easy surface cleaning - Available in Grooved 12', 16' and 20' lengths,
Stain & Fade Limited Warranty. In addition to the Residential Warranty, Veranda Armorguard and Horizon products are also covered by an additional Stain and Fade Performance Warranty. The Stain and Fade Warranty provides additional assurance that these products will be resistant to staining and fading when
Will ChoiceDek decking fade? Our colors are designed to weather slightly to more natural shades within the first six months. Can ChoiceDek be painted and stained? If so, what type of paint is recommended? The manufacturer does not recommend painting or staining ChoiceDek decking and railing. As with any outdoor
While composite decking may require less maintenance than wood, it has a variety of drawbacks. Composite decking is soft and easily scratched. Moving furniture or even dogs playing on the deck can cause lasting damage. These decks are also prone to fading. They can absorb moisture, which leads to
Early-generation composite decking weathers naturally over time. See what to in fading? Check out high-performance decking products that carry a limited fade and stain warranty. Typically 12-16 weeks after installation, an early-generation composite deck will fade to a lighter color, (see color swatches below).
Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies, Inc. (A.E.R.T.), warrants ChoiceDek composite decking used in residential decking construction (the Product) for as long as the registered original consumer purchaser or the first properly registered transferee of the residence on which the ChoiceDek composite deck is
But pros install a lot more synthetic decking than the average weekend warrior; our surveys show that PDB readers install wood-plastic composite (WPC), . He agrees that uncapped decking is slightly more prone to fading than capped products (though not nearly as prone as first-generation products), but
is not even in the top five when it comes to selecting a wood alternative decking product. It has the familiar name and it has a huge claims department to back it up. Look at Wolf, Club, , TmberTech, all way better choices. As far as ChoiceDek fading, if it doesn't have a stain and fade warranty in
Our high-performance, eco-friendly composite boards withstand years of sun, sleet and snow, keeping their rich color. Through it all, we have never felled a single tree. So when comparing composite decking vs. wood, there's no competition. Whereas is low-maintenance, wood decks: Can rot, split, swell, twist and fade
So whether it fades from sunlight, bleach, or whatever — it would fade to the same degree. Period. As an example of the fading, he said the Sandstone color of ChoiceDek turns to a chalky, milky white over time. Eeek! I stepped on the brakes right there and asked him how I could see examples of the ChoiceDek product
Step 1. Pick Your Decking Color. Choose from a variety of variegated and non-variegated colors to achieve your desired appearance. All DuraLife colors are resistant to staining and fading and require very little maintenance so you have more time to enjoy your deck. The Beauty of Hardwood. Clean Solid Styling.
I had ChoiceDek "HARVEST BROWN" decking installed on a new deck on May 29, 2014. I then placed a door mat by the patio entrance, a deck.
With its uniquely integrated cap and proprietary cooling technology, ChoiceDek ensures that a deck will be fade, stain, and scratch resistant and comfortable underfoot for years to come. "Through some extensive market research, we learned that the surface temperature of composite decking is a