Junk Removal in
Montalvin Manor, California
2018-10-23 By Admin
Composite wood deck disposal is a real chore. Although it's not impossible, it's definitely not without its own set of challenges. That is to say, it's not as simple as putting it out by the curb or in the trash bin. A great alternative to wood decking is composite. It looks great, comes in a wide variety of styles and colors, and some systems come with hidden fasteners, giving it a clean, smooth appearance.
While composite is built to last, it isn’t impervious to damage, and, can swell, mold, mildew, warp, and even fail. This happens to composite if it isn’t gapped properly because water can’t run off and like wood, it absorbs moisture, but unlike wood, is more susceptible to damage.
Composite decking was first introduced in the 90s by Trex who developed the initial idea of a composite made from 95% recycled sawdust waste and used plastic bottles (HDPE) where the wood fibers act as reinforcement for the recycled plastic. They initially offered a very basic product in a few colors that were easily achieved. Overtime composite wood has developed into a huge industry with a variety of new products that profess to look like natural wood. --Home Guide.com
That's when composite wood deck disposal become a reality. And, it comes with the stark realization that it's not a simple as just throwing it out. In other words, you'll need to do something more than drag it out to the street.
One of the biggest drawbacks of composite over traditional wood is the fact that it doesn't earn as good of an ROI. (About 68 percent, compared to 80.5 percent for wood.) So, if you have to get rid of it, that's not such a bad thing, considering you can replace it with traditional wood for a better ROI when you sell the house. First, you’ll have to empty the deck completely of all outdoor decor, furniture, and appliances. Then, you can begin to take it apart from the exposed sides. If the deck framing is still in good condition, you can clean it up, re-treat it with water repellent. And, then install new decking over the refreshed frame.
If you need remodeling debris disposal, go ahead and phone 800-433-1094 or visit Junk Garbage Removal.
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