We often get a request for an estimate for a vinyl deck. Most often the terms is used incorrectly. When most clients are asking for a vinyl deck installation, what they really mean is a composite deck with vinyl rails with a goal of low maintenance and very high durability over time. For vinyl deck railings or composite decking estimates in Boston or Eastern Massachusetts, give us a call for a free and no obligation consultation. You can also click on our super easy request an estimate form at the top of this page.
Composite decking and vinyl deck railings have become a popular duo in Massachusetts due to the hot summers and cold winters along with the propensity for wood decks to rot. Also, many homeowners who installed traditional wood decks need to replace them with composite and vinyl deck rails because the lack of yearly ( yes, yearly ) waterproofing and maintenance has seen their investment deteriorate. How can you determine if replacing your wood rails with vinyl deck rails and composite decking is for you? A general rule of thumb is that if you are willing to do the maintenance yourself and will do it yearly ( or at WORST every 2 years ) you'll be ok with wood. If you figure you would need to pay someone for the maintenance, then vinyl deck railings and decay resistant wood or composite decking is the route for you. To compare vinyl deck railings vs wood, call us today.