As your home ages, so does your deck in the backyard, but there are ways to resolve this issue. If that wooden deck is looking weathered or worn, you can simply replace the components with composite materials without a complete rebuild. Composite doesn't splinter or have knots, and it's low maintenance. This two-part video, brought to you by Lowe's, will show you exactly how to renew your deck with composite decking.
Update your old deck with new composites. You can extend the life and beauty of your treated lumber deck by replacing worn or damaged wood with composite materials. Lowe's shows you as they remove all the treated lumber materials, but leave the framework intact, since it is strong and structurally sound. Then, they go to installing composite materials to enhance the look of the deck. Composite materials are manufactured in a variety of colors and styles. This first part of the two-part series shows you how to install new composite posts and decking. The second will guide you through installing new composite railings, balusters and post caps. Also, see how to attach a fascia board and secure new lattices. Soon, you'll be ready to enjoy your refurbished and renewed deck.
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