Your composite deck is a unique space in your home; one unrestricted by walls or roof and open to the possibilities of inspiration from mother nature. It’s a place where your children can explore and imagine uninterrupted with a sense of freedom whilst keeping them safely nearby, just a sliding door away from you. What better spot to give your kids direct access to creativity?
While some people think of an outdoor deck as just an extension of a house, we see it as a haven for magic. Here, in this special place located somewhere in between your home interior and the vast wide open, your children can encounter free-to-be-messy loud chaos or star light star bright tranquility.
When it comes to home building or even home renovation, adding a deck is one of the last projects logistically, which means it comes up just as your budget is running out. So the big question is – “Can I afford composite decking?”
Some might say that a deck is only meant to be used when the sun is out. However, we dare to disagree.
Composite decking is designed to make your life easier, more comfortable and just plain better during the day and night. Just because the sun has gone down doesn’t mean it’s time to head indoors for the evening. Your composite deck beckons you to make the most of dusk and dark in the great outdoors; here are eight great reasons for you (and your family and friends!) to stay out and enjoy your deck:
Dynamic architecture firm AMA Architects, based in Johannesburg, has designed some of the urban landscapes most striking and environmentally harmonious contemporary buildings.
Becoming certified as environmentally friendly, green building products manufacturer, and using sustainably managed resources costs time and money and the onus is almost always on the manufacturer to go through the process, rather than any regulating organisation certifying all building products on the market.
Modern composite decking built around pools or patios to beautify living spaces are very popular home improvements in South Africa and these are technically regulated by South African National Standards relating to flooring. However, such constructions and the building materials used are seldom checked over by a relevant authority, which is a major cause for concern given the possibly fatal risks associated with non-compliant materials.
For years common sense dictated that solid composite boards were more durable than hollow ones. While hollow composite profiles offered certain advantages thanks to their lighter weight, the industry was plagued with issues surrounding moisture in the hollow chambers and their long-term instability. Only recently has the all new I-Series™ composite product range been able to take the good without the bad by creating an improved product and new semi-solid composite product category. The I-Series™ semi-solid composite product line offers a very lightweight board that performs arguably better than even solid boards.
Coastal Decking – Composite vs Wood So you live by the sea, and now you want that deck everyone dreams of? But you can’t decide between traditional hardwood or Eva Last composite decking? Personally, I don’t think there’s much of a choice and here’s why; we all love living on the coast but our houses and specifically wooden structures don’t.
Rest easy on your Eva Tech deck this summer! One of the reasons Eva-tech has become one of the most requested and specified composite brands on the African continent is because it is unbelievably easy to clean and care for. Really, it is! Timber should be sanded and varnished annually; Eva-tech needs no sanding, sealing or varnishing! So you’ll be