John’s Lumber is the #1 decking dealer in Macomb County! We currently stock 21 different colors of composite decking material, along with high-quality pressure treated and western red cedar decking and the stains to match.
As the largest decking dealer in Macomb County, it only makes sense that we offer a wide variety of decking materials. From cedar, to treated wood, to composite decking material, we have a wide selection of options from several of the biggest brands, including Trex, Azek, and Timbertech. Need help with designing or installing? We’re here to help, and will be every step of the way.
Frequently asked questions about composite decking:
How much does it cost?
Composite Decking ranges in cost based on which product line you choose. Typically, composite deck board pricing starts at around $1.79 per foot, and ranges up towards $5 per foot. Additionally, railing and lighting can be added at various costs, depending on what options you choose. There are countless ways to combine your decking, lighting, and railing, all of which will affect the cost of your project.
How does composite decking compare to wood decking?
While composite decking material may cost more upfront, it is significantly stronger, longer lasting, and very low maintenance. What you pay for upfront with a composite deck, you will save in the long run in staining, cleaning, and maintenance costs. Wood decks tend to warp, rot, or stain overtime depending on how they are maintained, and how the weather treats them. Composite decking is made to be resistant to rotting, cracking, warping, and staining. Composite decking material is also made almost entirely from recycled materials, and is much more environmentally friendly than a traditional deck.
How easy it to clean composite decking?
All it takes to properly clean your composite deck is soap and water, but we also offer specifically designed cleaning kits from our decking brands that make the job easier. One of the best parts about a composite deck is how easy it is to clean compared to wood.
How long does a composite deck last?
Depending on which product line you buy, warranties typically last anywhere from 25 years all the way up to 50 years. Compared to a treated or cedar deck, composite decking will last significantly longer. Most wood decks last anywhere from 10-15 years, with properly maintained decks surviving closer to 20 years. Composite decks can last 25-30 years or more and remain low maintenance throughout their lifetime.