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Why We Choose TimberTech AZEK in Tacoma, WA

If you're looking for a decking material that doesn't crack, fade, warp or splinter like real wood, TimberTech AZEK capped polymer decking may be your solution.

TimberTech AZEK is a composite decking material that mimics the look of natural wood at a fraction of the cost. AZEK is resistant to staining and weathering, requiring little maintenance--just periodic cleaning with mild soap and water. It comes backed by a 50-year limited warranty against fading, staining, rot, and mold--one of the strongest warranties in the industry.

Overall, TimberTech AZEK capped polymer decking is an excellent choice for homeowners looking for a high-performance decking solution that offers unbeatable durability, stunning aesthetics, and minimal maintenance requirements.


English Walnut

Dark Hickory

Coastline PVC Board

When you choose English Walnut for your deck, you'll create a warm and welcoming space for entertaining.

For a dramatic statement in your outdoor space, model your deck with a striking dark color.

Gray is a color that carries a sense of sophistication and can be used to create a coastal-cool atmosphere in your design.

American Walnut

Weathered Teak


Add a rustic touch to your home with American Walnut's rich, deep brown.

Create a sunny vibe for your new deck using various clean and modern materials.

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TimberTech AZEK Decking can help you enjoy long-term value with low maintenance and durability.

Although the upfront cost may be higher, the long-term benefits outweigh the cheaper initial investment.

With a TimberTech AZEK deck, you won't have to worry about maintenance, re-coloring, re-staining, or repairing your deck, which can add to a wood deck over time. The proprietary polymer blend from core to cap provides unmatched durability and protection from fading, staining, weathering, mold, and rot.

In addition to the low maintenance and durability, a TimberTech AZEK deck also adds long-term value to your home. The real wood looks and realistic grain patterns give you all the beauty of natural wood without the drawbacks. And with industry-best warranties, including a Lifetime Limited Warranty and a 50-Year Fade & Stain Limited Warranty, you can trust that your investment is protected.

Overall, choosing a TimberTech AZEK capped polymer deck is a smart investment for your outdoor living space that will provide lasting beauty and savings for years to come.



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Common Q&A

Questions about our services are commonly asked. We've provided answers to some of them here.

PVC decking is made of plastic, so it’s sturdy and long-lasting. Since there are no organic materials such as wood flour in the mix, PVC has been engineered to avoid some of the pitfalls of wooden decking--such as moisture invasion, which leads to mold and mildew.

PVC decking is more expensive than wood, but it requires less maintenance and lasts longer. It's also more resistant to moisture and fading and insects.

Yes, PVC decking can be installed over an existing deck. However, you should ensure that the existing deck is structurally sound and debris-free before proceeding with this project.

PVC decking is a long-lasting material that can provide 25 years and more of service if installed correctly by a professional and maintained with the necessary care.

PVC decking requires minimal maintenance. Wipe it down with a mild soap and water solution, rinse with a hose, and avoid using harsh chemicals or power washers, which can damage the surface.

When hiring a contractor to install your PVC deck, look for someone licensed, insured, and who has experience working with this type of material. Make sure to ask for references and photos of previous jobs and obtain a written estimate before signing anything.