Category Archives: Composite Decking

Composite Decking: The Right Choice for Winter

Backyard Deck covered in snow after a blizzard. Winter in Northern Virginia can be tough. Composite decking is the perfect solution to withstand harsh cold temperatures, snow, sleet and ice. Although wood decks have been around for a long time, composite decking provides unique advantages. Our decks are low maintenance, durable and are uniquely capable of holding up to winter weather. Continue reading

How to Clean and Care for your Composite Deck

Covered composite deck design in Northern Virginia

When it comes to low-maintenance outdoor living, Northern Virginia homeowners should opt for composite decking materials to construct their new deck. This natural wood alternative is great for those who live busy lives and don’t want to spend hours sanding and staining real wood. While composite decking is less intensive, it does require some care to keep it looking its best for years to come. Learn how to remove common messes and learn more about our best composite care tips for homeowners. Continue reading

How to Design a Composite Deck for your Northern Virginia Home

Composite deck design with secure railings in Northern VirginiaA deck is a perfect place to relax on the weekend and entertain friends and family. Before you get there, it’s important to establish a plan and evaluate your available outdoor space. The experts at Distinctive Deck Designs offer custom composite deck designs for any Northern Virginia home. Let us help you create a design that not only fits in your space but accentuates the surrounding features of your home. Continue reading

Why Composite Decking is Superior to Real Wood

Custom composite deck surrounded by trees in Northern VA

The great debate for years has been about which deck material is best. Composite materials versus natural wood have stirred up a conversation that involves cost, upkeep, and style preference. While real wood is the traditional option, composite decks are becoming popular in Fairfax because they offer homeowners more freedom with design and maintenance. There are a few differences between the two materials.

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