Your Low Maintenance Deck Building Specialist

Click on a low maintenance product below to learn more! is specialist in composite deck building & Vinyl deck building and is proud to offer new generation low maintenance decking products such as Trex composite decking and Azek capped polymer decking

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A low maintenance deck means that it never needs sanding or staining and will last 25+ years. Unfortunately, not all products are created equal  or meet current building code requirements.  We choose the decking products we offer based on 3 criteria i) Quality: All our low maintenance decking must have a tough outer shell that prevent scratching & fading and be backed by a long term warranty ii)Variety: Must be very visually appealing and have a wide variety of colour options iii) Safe: All our products must be approved by the Ontario Building Code Commission and deemed to be safe for deck installation .

Top Factors to Consider When Building a Deck

Purpose, Function and Uses of Your Deck 100%
Level of Maintenance Desired 100%
Budget 100%
Decks Finishes- Style of Decking, Railing,etc. 100%
Building Codes and Legal Requirements 100%
Lighting and Accessories 100%

We are excited to help you with every step of the the way. From planning and permits to final inspection we ensure your experience with us is relaxing as the deck itself.

More Composite and PVC Deck Building Product Information

Trex Composite Decking

Trex composite decks are made from  95% recycled wood and plastic.It is a low maintenance, high performance product.

They offer a variety of composite deck collections. To learn more about each collections click the links below

Azek Decking

Azek offers a wide range of variety of styles and colours. Click the links below

Composite Deck Building Frequently asked Questions

Q: What is composite made of?

Composite Decking is made of recycled materials. They are typically a blend of wood and plastics

Q: What is the best brand of composite boards?

This is a matter of preference, but our customers choose Trex Decking most often

Q: Why is composite decking so expensive?

Manufacturing composite is much more expensive to produce. Therefore the retail price of composite deck tends to be much higher than pressure treated or cedar wood products

Q: I have an older deck can I replace my decking with composite.

Absolutely, we resurface old decks all the time. If the framing of your deck is still sound then resurfacing your old deck in composite is a great option. Check out our page on resurfacing. click here

Q: Where can composite decking be purhased. Both Home Depot and Lowes carries a large selection of composite decking.

Lowes Composite Decking

Home Depot Composite Decking

Q: What are the benefits of Composite Deck Building?

Low Maintenance:
Composite deck building is designed to stand up to the elements, allowing it to maintain its beauty for years. There is no need to paint, stain or seal it.

Unlike many traditional wood decks composite decks are splinter-free and slip-resistant,

Most composite decking brands come with warranties that may cover the rare instance when extreme weather does manage to damage composite material.

Increases Home Value:
Composite deck building not only adds value to your lifestyle, it adds value to your home. With a composite deck project, homeowners can recoup much of the investment when selling their home. According to a 2012 Cost vs. Value Report published in Remodeling Magazine, homeowners can expect an estimated national average of 62.8% return on the investment made on composite deck additions.

Color and Accessory Selection:
Manufacturers of wood-plastic composite decking material offer a variety of color choices – many of which emulate the look of traditional lumber or exotic hardwood. In addition to the range of looks available, homeowners can also find accessories such as railings, handrails, gates, and post caps to add solar deck lighting.

Long-Term Cost
Many people are surprised to hear that pressure-treated decking can be more expensive than composites in the long run. Although the initial cost of pressure-treated wood is less in most cases, when you add in the cost of ongoing maintenance on a wood deck, including cleaning and sealing every few years, a wood-plastic composite deck can pay for itself in as little as five years