There’s nothing like soaking up the sun on a beautiful sundeck, but those same rays can be a real threat to a sundeck that’s not built to be tough in the face of weather extremes. And if you’re concerned the sun’s UV rays will be bleaching your new deck, wait till you see the damage Mother Nature can do when fall and winter roll around with excessive precipitation and freezing temperatures. Vinyl decks are a better choice than wood ones – they’re much more durable and you get greater value from them.
Vinyl resists staining better than wood or other surface choices, and can be rinsed clean more effectively with a simple blast from your garden hose. In addition, the vinyl actually serves as a protective barrier between the wooden structure beneath and the elements that will inevitably come down on it. All this for a very reasonable additional price in comparison to what you’d pay for wooden sundeck.
Homeowners will demand quality products and expert workmanship when making a major addition or renovation to the exterior of their home. In Metro Vancouver, that should come as no surprise given the great value homes and properties have. The friendly pros at Celsky Vinyl Sundecks & Railings are one of the Lower Mainland’s premiere vinyl decking providers, having built a name for themselves with great work, great products, and great service plus competitive rates.
If you’re considering building a sundeck onto your home, or renovating an existing one, you will be in the best of hands with Celsky. They’ll expect you to be demanding – after all, they’ve got the same standards for their own homes and they can certainly relate to wanting to have the best trades people on the job. Their promise to you? That they’ll work with you to build the sundeck you envision, and do so to your full satisfaction with expert workmanship.
While that might be a bold statement to make, the ever-growing list of satisfied customers enjoying their attractive and built-to-last sundecks give it serious credibility when gauging who’s your best choice for vinyl sundecks installation. Fast forward 10 years from now when your deck still looks great and is super solid and you’ll likely agree.