Decking Dictionary: PVC, Composite, Or Wood?

Vinyl Fencing

Expect Clean! PVC Decking Eliminates Mold and Mildew.

Vinyl or PVC decking is a versatile and durable option made of PVC and acrylonitrile-styrene-acrylate ASA resin that is used for residential and commercial decking needs. Dutch Way Fencing is proud to carry Wolf PVC decking that contains no organic fillers, will not mold or mildew and is insect resistant. PVC decking will not split, rot, and need not be stained or treated. Check out our gallery for pictures!

Long-Lasting Composite Decking Will Not Warp.

Composite Decking is made of a combination of wood fiber and plastic. It will not warp, crack or swell and is highly resistant to ultraviolet rays and insects. Best of all, with the hidden fastener system, installation is quick!

PVC Decking Can Look Like Wood, Without The Upkeep.

Wood decking can be fabricated from different types of wood and has a much shorter lifespan than either PVC or Composite Decking. It can warp, rot and split and requires more routine maintenance such as: staining, sealing and pressure washing. PVC and composite decking options are available that look like classic wood decking!

Dutch Way Fencing Specializes In PVC And Composite Decking.

Dutch Way is proud to carry Wolf Home Products PVC and Composite decking products. We work with clients to choose the best option for their lifestyle and budget. With a 25 year stain and fade warranty, PVC and Composite Decking is a beautiful and safe option. Dutchway is proud to carry Wolf PVC decking with a limited lifetime warranty and Wolf composite decking with a 25 year warranty. Let us do the hard work and add value to your home.

Dutch Way Offers Professional Installation For Peace Of Mind, But Our Products Are Also Available For The Handy Homeowner.

We have qualified installers on staff that can install your dream deck quickly and competently. We will come to your home, discuss your options, and price the material and installation so that you have all the information necessary to make the right decision for your project. Want to do it yourself? Contact us for more information.