Brazilian Cherry Decking

Share

DuraLife Decking Color of the Week - Brazilian Cherry Brazilian Cherry has a lovely, amber-tinted, auburn hue. Like Mahogany, Brazilian Cherry is a luxurious color that brings to mind things as far-flung as summer barbecues and warm lights and beautiful decorations. Plus, DuraLife’s capped composite decking material means you can enjoy the Brazilian...

Stunning Tropical Walnut

Share

DuraLife Decking Color of the Week - Tropical Walnut DuraLife Tropical Walnut capped composite decking is a richer, deeper brown than our Golden Teak color, and is also a great example of how variegated patterning creates a complex look. The warm hue also convincingly imitates the hardwood of the same name. You should consider using Tropical Walnut if your...

Why choose Golden Teak

Share

DuraLife Decking Color of the Week - Golden Teak Hardwoods Collection. Golden Teak is a refreshing, lighter, appealing shade. The variegated pattern on the DuraLife Hardwood Decking collection works especially well with Golden Teak — the shade changes noticeably from board to board for an eye-pleasing, authentic effect. Golden teak works well with light...

Making Decking Choices Easy

Share

Aesthetic appeal followed by performance and value are still the main criteria for selecting decking. This is especially true with composite materials given the ever-growing array of finishes, textures and price options. Consequently, homeowners and contractors alike are often overwhelmed by the sheer number of brand and product choices. This makes loyalty...

Selecting the perfect composite deck

Share

Your home, your choice: Select your favorite color at the performance and price level you need Choosing the perfect deck can be a difficult process, especially if it's your first time. There are many colors, materials and performance levels to choose from - not to mention companies that all say they offer the best option. But with Duralife...

Winterize Your Deck

Share

With meteorologists calling for another harsh winter in the Northeast this year, homeowners have a lot to do now to prepare their homes before the snow and ice start flying. When it comes to readying a deck for the season, there are a few steps to remember to make sure it will hold up through the coming months and be set for use to celebrate the return of...

How does capped composite decking fare in different regions?

Share

When you're moving to a new region and considering building or upgrading a deck for your next home, it's important to understand the best material for the job. Time and time again capped composite decking has proved durable, adaptable and aesthetically versatile enough to satisfy the demands of any climate. Read on to see how the decking product can...

How capped composite materials overcome common decking concerns

Share

Building a new deck, inheriting one on a new house or updating an old one is no small consideration. Most people have a number of questions that need answering before they're comfortable with taking on a project like this. However, in many cases, these concerns apply to older building materials, not the more modern, advanced supplies that today's...

Autumn leaves: Great to look at, just not on your deck

Share

Fall foliage in New England is certainly a sight to behold - it's one of the hallmarks of the region. In other parts of the U.S., the foliage might not be quite as colorful, but fall leads to winter and the leaves will ultimately be shed in colder regions. As those leaves drop from their branches, you will likely spend time raking them off the lawn,...

Composite Decking's easy upkeep is worth the price

Share

A deck is an enjoyable and beneficial addition to any home. The structure has countless uses and you may find yourself out there to catch some rays, grill up some burgers or entertain guests. However, if you're going to invest your money into building a deck, you'll want materials that will stand the test of time and require less effort from you....

« 5 6 7 8 9 »