Low Maintenance Living

Feb 1, 2018 | Family

Low Maintenance Living

Low Maintenance LivingPeople are changing the way they live with new and improved low maintenance materials used on outdoor living spaces. The days of spending your weekend working on the house and yard has been exchanged for a day out with friends or at a backyard cookout! Homeowners are looking for easy and carefree, low maintenance living, and that especially holds true to their decks. Out are the days of yearly staining and sealing and in are PVC and capped composite deck boards with low maintenance technology.

The cost of low maintenance decking will be more expensive than wood initially, but what they will save you is something you cannot get back – time. Over time, capped composite and PVC will cost you about the same as a wood deck if not less; more importantly, you will experience low maintenance living and have more free time.

Take TimberTech or Azek for example. TimberTech is a capped composite product and Azek is PVC product. They both have an amazing color selection to match most homeowner’s palettes and new colors are coming out all the time. With these types of deck boards (PVC and capped composite), you eliminate the need for staining and sealing, and up-keep is minimal. Azek and TimberTech products both come with a limited lifetime fade and stain warranty as well.

If you have questions or are ready to start your new outdoor design project in Montgomery County, Howard County, Frederick County, Carroll County, or the surrounding Maryland areas call Cedarbrook to schedule a free consultation – 301-703-8728.

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The finished porch project absolutely far exceeded our expectations. We agree the quality and craftsmanship would be hard to beat and we have never seen anything like it in quality and design. We keep bragging about Cedarbrook to everyone. So appreciate everyone's hard work follow-up, and professionalism. We definitely will be using you all for future projects and recommending you to all our friends.

Carlos Motta, Union Bridge