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Winter is coming. It is when proper to clean your decks is vital as it’s easy for decks to get damaged by snow and ice. Even though you live in a warm climate, it’s still necessary to check if your deck needs any cleaning and maintenance to make sure it’s in a perfect state.
Decks made of wood are naturally prone to moisture. Moisture can cause various issues to wooden decks if proper care and maintenance aren’t exercised.
These are structural issues caused by the natural expansion and contraction due to the moist air.
When ice and snowmelt, the moisture will cause wooden decks to get moldy.
In areas where people get a dry and frosty winter, the wooden deck will be prone to cracking.
Contrary to wooden decks, our composite decks, especially capped decks, are free of the issues above. Capped composite decking, encased with a coat of high-grade polymer, is impervious to moisture and water. So it won’t be affected by ice or snow in winter. Composite decking is also highly resistant to structural issues seen on wooden decks, such as warping, splintering, and cracking, thanks to its superior formulas and production techniques.
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Maintenance for wooden decks is tricky and bothering. To make sure your deck experiences as little damage as possible, it’s important to keep your deck clean throughout the winter.
First, you need to bring inside the furniture on your deck that can’t resist the coldness. Use a broom to clean off debris, leaves, and dust on your deck. Remove ice and snow on your deck with calcium chloride or a plastic shovel, and that’s that.