There are many different types of materials that are used to manufacture Deck Cushions and Screw Piles for decks. Some of the commonly used materials include aluminum, metal, cast iron, wood, fiberglass, stone and concrete. The different types of materials also have different advantages and disadvantages. Wood Screw Piles for decks is very popular because of their aesthetic beauty, but they do require regular maintenance and cannot be used in very cold climates. Aluminum Screw Piles for decks is relatively light, but because of their weight, they can cause discomfort due to the increased friction.
Solid and Durable Screw Piles for Decks
Wood Screw Piles for Decks can either be used on a frost heave deck or as an outdoor deck covering. Frost heave deck blocks are usually made of plastic, which makes them highly resistant to abrasion, moisture and corrosion. Wood is also a very durable material, making it ideal for rugged outdoor use. Wood is however vulnerable to rotting and warping and may need to be treated periodically to maintain its strength and to keep it safe from moisture and insects.
Screw Piles for Decks can be used in conjunction with deck tiles to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your decking. A mixture of interlocking round pegs and flat hexagonal heads will give your deck that classic European look. Alternatively, interlocking rectangular heads and square pegs can be used to give an antique or classic feel to your deck. Decks can also be covered with interlocking vinyl Deck tiles that come in a variety of colors and patterns, including modern colors like blue and green. Whatever decking material you decide on, using Deck Piles will help protect your deck against the harsh outdoor weather conditions.