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Re: Porch flooring

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C R wilson

02-08-2013 12:32:57

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Most composites are made of recycled Polyethylene which comes mostly from milk jugs or similar products and wood floor. They do not do well in direct sunlight because the Polyethylene is sensitive to heat. Polyethylene also is resistent to most chemicals which is why they make jugs out of it. If the color of the composite is extruded into the product it will fade more than vinyl or other products because of it having a low melting point. I have sold fence products for over twenty years and I have yet to find a composite I would put my name and reputation on. There is a product out there that holds up better to the elements and does not need to be painted. It is called cellular PVC. This product can be nailed and screwed like wood but has none of the negatives associated with wood. There are also deck boards that are hollow but made from PVC that have a non-skid surface that is ADA aproved that will not rot and will hold up a truck on 24" centers. The boards are reversable to show either a 12" look or a 6" look. They interlock and are put down with square head stainless steel screws. There are also facia and trim to go along with those products. Tendura is still in business. The company is in Troy Alabama.

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Ted in NE-OH

02-08-2013 14:47:35

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 Re: Porch flooring in reply to C R wilson, 02-08-2013 12:32:57  
Tendura in Troy AL is definitely closed Web site doesn't work and phone has been disconnected.

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