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I have built 6 decks total, 4 for myself. I remember reading somewhere that cedar will last 20 years if you take care of it, PT wood will last 15 years. I was in Home Depot buying a bag of plaster yesterday, Havent been in HD in a long time cause when I go there I spent more than I need too. Anyway, There was this new plastic decking, 3.30 per Lineal foot, Looks super nice, The boards look like wood, I guess it would be $7 per sq. foot. I have not priced PT wood or Cedar planks in years so I do not know the price difference of the new plastic deck stuff to real wood. The plastic deck stuff is likely twice the cost of cedar, I built by back deck 10 years ago with cedar top boards. My deck still looks good I painted it last year with Sherwin Williams deck paint.....That crap was $40 per gallon I think. I know that this may sounds real dumb but what about galvanized steel grid for a deck material? The same stuff that you would use on a mezzanine in an industrial building? You just cannot walk on it barefoot. In 1988 By dad and I built a deck at his house, I was 20 YO then, and his deck has held up well.....A couple boards had to be replaced, no big deal. All PT wood too.

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