Might have to call the Realtor on this one. I measure the deck as being
20' by 20'. I going to get an estimate tomorrow. So far I'm not
impressed with trex like products. The contractor (the one who installed
it) will have to tell me whether deck cleaner will work on the steps
leading from the house. The wood has turn grey. Get allot of water
doesn't doesn't get allot of sunshine to dry it out right away.
Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
Did some checking on prices. Even at a discount price for trex (1.50 ln
ft). , way to expensive. Next questions. I got the porch already built.
But has turn grey . Power washer ? How do i restore so that the new deck
matches closely ?
Drew Cutter wrote:
Comparable to cedar, mahogany is closer to $2, Ipe is about $2.15
Next questions. I got the porch already built.
Sanding it may work. It is not a coating, but the wood itself changed color
from the UV rays of the sun. Most woods will turn gray over time unless
protected. Either life with it and the deck will catch up, or stain the
I built a 200 sq ft deck for my above ground swimming pool using
southern yellow pine about seven years ago. I use a very light touch
with my pressure washer on it every two or three years and restain
it. It really hasn't aged in the seven years since I built it. I
think you'll be happy with it.
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