In a deck, what qualities do you look for the most?

Style? Comfort? How long will it last?

It's possible that all of that beauty is just a facade hiding an unsafe deck that's made of low-quality materials and is very flimsy overall. You should never, ever cut corners when it comes to the safety of your wpc decking because this is one of its essential components.

It is strongly recommended to plan regular professional wpc decking inspections to ensure that no potential safety issues are missed in the inspection process. This can be accomplished by ensuring that regular inspections are planned.

In spite of the fact that the vast majority of deck inspectors will only look at the joists, posts, foundation, and hardware of the deck, inspections should still go further than just the surface level.



In addition to that, you need to have a structural analysis carried out on it. The majority of these problems can be traced back to excessive amounts of breathing out.

The two most common causes of damage to decks, which both pose a significant threat to their structural integrity, are seepage of moisture and insect infestation. Moisture seepage is the most common cause of damage to decks. In order for a wpc decking to be considered secure, it is necessary for it to be resistant to the effects of both water and insects.

Moisture-Resistant Decking

The level of protection that the  offers is inversely proportional to the amount of water that it is able to repel. Decks that are supposed to be safe shouldn't allow even a trace amount of moisture to pass through.

The presence of moisture not only causes wooden decks to change in hue and grain, but it also accelerates the process of rotting the wood, which in turn reduces the deck's capacity to support its own structural weight. Both of these effects of moisture on wooden decks have a detracting effect on their appearance over time.

Decks that are crafted from composite materials of a high quality are waterproof, and they will not allow any moisture to seep into the deck. This is due to the fact that their construction incorporates recycled plastic and wood fibers, both of which contribute to the durability of the products.

Because it is more resistant to moisture than traditional wooden decks, composite decking is a much more desirable material to use as an alternative for outdoor decking because it can be installed directly on the ground. It functions very well in regions that receive a significant amount of precipitation throughout the course of the year.




Decking That Is Unaffected by the Presence of Insects

Insect damage, particularly that caused by termites, carpenter bees, and carpenter ants, is another significant cause for concern when it comes to the structural integrity of decks.

It is not a secret that these insects will construct their nests and colonies underneath wooden decks; in fact, it is common knowledge. The next step is for them to randomly bore holes in the deck, which will put the deck's structural integrity at risk. As a direct result of this, it is possible that your  will become unstable and eventually fall apart.

The question that arises at this juncture is, "What measures can be taken to get rid of these bugs?"

You could try to get rid of pests by employing some of the more traditional methods, such as lighting cigarettes or using insecticides. However, once the effects of the chemicals have worn off, they will quickly return. This is because the chemicals have a short half-life. If you replace your old wooden  with one made of composite materials, you won't have to worry about this problem anymore. It will no longer affect your wpc decking in any way.

Composite decks have outer polymer layers that serve the purpose of shielding the inner core from the damage that can be caused by annoying insects. Because of this, composite decks are a much more desirable alternative to conventional wooden decks. In addition to this, artificial woods contain resin, whereas natural wood does not. Because natural wood does not contain resin, natural wood does not attract any insects.

Your Protection Is Our Number One Priority With unifloor WPC Composite Decking

When you use unifloorWPC composite decking, the safety of your  isn't determined solely by its appearance alone.

The durability of our UltraShield decks comes from the combination of the tried-and-true resilience of high-density polyethylene plastics and the resilience of wood fibers. They also have tough outer shells made of polymer that encapsulate the boards to provide an additional layer of protection that is both resistant to damage and unable to be compromised in any way.

unifloorWPC composite decks are an excellent choice for use in outdoor areas because they have a long lifespan, are resistant to deterioration in any climate, and are affordable. Every one of our decks is accompanied by a limited warranty that can be transferred and that is valid for a period of 25 years. This provides additional proof that our capped composite decking is of the highest quality and does not present any potential safety hazards.