We’ve been living in this house for awhile. It’s a rental and I just didn’t plan on being here that long. I really want us to have a home we own. We are working towards it and have even thought about buying this house.
We have a really good sized back yard and with a little work it could be fantastic! We could build an awesome deck using Composite Decking. It’s fade resistant so should look good for years! I have always wanted to have a great deck with a hot tub and a huge grill. A great place to have a together with friends. Since it is non staining we wouldn’t have to worry about anything ruining the great looking deck we would build.
Another thing we would need to do is upgrade the fencing. I do not care for our existing fence. It’s your basic wood privacy fence, but it’s old and weathered. Also, the neighbors dogs have been pretty much eating through the fence trying to get to our dogs. So it looks ugly!
The Composite Fencing looks so real. Have you seen it? It’s not only realistic looking, but it is very strong! I doubt the neighbors dogs could eat through this! It has a great realistic wood grain texture. Biggest bonus? You never need to stain or paint it! Check out that photo above to see what I am talking about!
I guess if we redo the backyard and build a nice deck it will need a nice looking durable railing as well. It will be really helpful with keeping the dogs off of the deck. I don’t want them trying to take a dip in my hot tub, you know…the one that I will have one day. So, anyhow while browsing all of these other products I seen that they also offer Composite Railing. It comes in a variety of colors, shapes, and styles.
So what do you think? Have you used any of these Composite products instead of wood? I would love to hear what you think if you have. I’m really loving the fencing for sure!
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