Oxy Action, Olympic Deck Cleaner, or other cleaners specified as composite deck cleaners, in powder or liquid form, should not be used with Terrain, Tropical, or Legacy Collections. Terrain, Tropical, and Legacy Collection deck planks are a capped composite material, the cap of these products
View our Composite Decking products which come in a variety of materials including wood-plastic composite, capped composite, & PVC. View all our Decks. : Legacy, Terrain, Tropical Collections. With the look and feel of traditional wood and the added strength of a composite, 's capped wood
Tropical Hardwoods. Deck Materials Tropical Hardwoods Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture. Tropical hardwoods such as ipe, and tigerwood are the most aesthetically appealing decking option. They are very hard, dense, heavy, and durable (Tropical hardwoods are so dense that they require
One material, endless possibilities. Water resistant, sustainable and almost identical to tropical wood all these characteristics open a variety of possibilities in using Resysta. Outdoor furniture, floor coverings and decks of ships are just the beginning. Further examples are house facades, wellness and wet areas. Resysta is
for tropical timber on account of their longevity, thereby contributing to the preservation of ecologically important tropical forests. Applications. Wood plastic composite materials are used wherever wood has traditionally been employed. First and foremost,. WPC is employed as a flooring material. (decking) mainly outdoors
WPC (Wood Plastic Composite) decking boards consists of a high-quality wood fiber and thermoplastic polymer composite. GreenDECK wpc In the next few years, WPC decking materials will become even more popular and they are estimated to take over the market as an ecological alternative to tropical timber. wpc dēļi
Composite decking (also known as WPC or Wood Plastic Composite decking) seemed to offer the solution: natural to the touch, easy to content obtained from recycled materials, composite decking can offer an ecologically sustainable alternative to tropical hardwoods.
"The trend toward the tropical hardwood look in composite decking materials is growing," says Sue Snuggs, product manager for Weyerhaeuser. Many wood-plastic composites can support mold growth, says Scott Schmidt at Correct Building Products, because there's exposed wood fiber on the surface