|5 Reasons to Choose TimberTech:
Because TimberTech's revolutionary composite
decking resists sun and water damage, it
maintains its color and beauty for years.
You do not need to paint, stain or seal it - often
burdensome yearly projects with traditional wood
decks. And, because it resists weathering and
warping, you won't need to replace rotting,
uneven or insect-damaged boards. Caring for
your TimberTech deck is easy and will keep it
looking new year after year.
TimberTech can even save you money over the
life of your deck. Compare long-term costs of
composite decks to traditional lumber decks.
Whichever TimberTech color you choose, it will
stay rich, vibrant and naturally beautiful for
years to come.
TimberTech decking planks are made with high
quality raw material blended with UV-inhibiting
pigments to produce products consistent in
color. Because of the quality of material used,
most TimberTech products fade less than other
Your deck will also stay cool to the touch. The
effect that heat has on TimberTech products is
similar to the effect it has on a wood deck.
TimberTech colors were developed with highly
reflective, inorganic pigments that minimize heat
Unlike traditional wood decks, TimberTech decks
are splinter-free and skid-free, making your
home or business a little safer. At home, you can
relax and kick your shoes off. At your business,
you'll feel better about doing more to keep your
And because TimberTech's non-skid surface
also resists water damage, it's ideal for pool
decks and boat docks.
for long. Wet springs, blistering summers and
frigid winters quickly take their toll, leaving your
wood deck faded, splintered and warped. Our
composite decking is made from a patented
process that results in superior, consistent, low-
maintenance decking material. We're so
confident of it's durability that we back it with a
25-year warranty. Your TimberTech deck will
look like new for years, resisting weathering and
Increase the Value of Your Home
lifestyle, they add value to your home. When you
add a TimberTech composite deck - or use it to
replace a wood deck - you'll recoup much of
your investment when you sell your home.
Remodeling Magazine's 2005 Cost vs. Value
Report estimates a national average of a 90.3%
return on investment for deck additions*. In
some areas, the return is more than 100%. To
maximize your return, Realty Times suggests
using a non-rectangle design, and making your
deck an extension of your living space.
(*Based on a 16'X20' composite deck set in simple linear pattern, using
pressure-treated SYP joists supported by 4"X4" posts in concrete
footings, built-in bench and planter of same composite decking
material, steps and complete railing system of same or similar decking
|Four Beautiful Color Options Available