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Old 02-22-2017, 07:04 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by DesertDweller View Post
I personally would never have a non composite deck again and my guess is that it would be a very good selling point for a house.
What he said. Every deck we've done for the past 10 years has been some type of man-made material and I've never regretted it.

When we re-built our cabin at the lake, one of my priorities was to design everything outside to be as maintenance free as possible. Was it more expensive? Somewhat. But worth it. 5 years later, outside looks as good as when it was built, and we've yet to do anything to it. Most people don't even know it's not wood until they ask.
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