When it comes to building a new deck, you need to think beyond the here and now. You need to consider far more than the initial cost to build. You must also consider the return on investment and how your new deck will affect Home Value in Frederick County. You must consider durability, yearly maintenance costs, and longevity. You must also consider curb appeal and aesthetics. And more! So do you go with wood, vinyl, or composite? The choice is yours.
To help you make a more well-informed decision, we will take a closer look at each decking material. This week’s topic: Trex Composite Decking.
Benefits of a Trex Composite Deck
When compared to other types of decking materials, composite decking, such as Trex, shines. Benefits include:
- Fade, stain, scratch and mold resistant
- Very low maintenance
- Incredibly durable
- And More!
- Natural wood grain finish and rich color
Trex is the world’s #1decking brand and the largest manufacturer of wood-alternative decking products. And Albaugh & Sons is proud to be a Trex Composite Deck Builder.
Trex Composite Deck Builder in Frederick County
Albaugh & Sons produces custom deck design for each and every client, utilizing only the highest quality materials: natural hardwoods and maintenance free composite decking, such as Timber Tech, Azek, and, of course, Trex. We have more than 10 years of experience in the deck-building field and can easily make your decking dreams a reality. Your input and vision will steer us in the right direction. No matter which type of decking you choose, we guarantee all of our work, providing our clients a peace of mind that is second to none in the home improvement industry.
Contact Albaugh & Sons today for a FREE estimate.
The estimate you receive for your deck is not only competitive; it is extremely accurate.
If you have any questions about building a Trex Composite Deck, please contact Albaugh & Sons at 301-964-9379 or fill out the contact form found on our website. We are based in Frederick, Maryland and service all of Frederick County and parts of Washington and Carroll counties.