Wood Plastic Composite Decking is an engineered luxury plank used for flooring. WPC Decking is made of recycled plastic, wood pieces, and resin which are then combined to solidify in a mold cast.
Do It Yourself Wood Plastic Composite Deck Tiles are a new type of decking made from eco friendly, and energy-saving composite materials. Our Deck Tiles have wood texture design, to add simplicity and beauty to any living area. The DIY WPC Deck Tiles also have interlocking clips, so one can simply place the tiles to lock into one another. This simple and easy installation is perfect for people who want to DIY their own decking at home.
WPC Decking is one of the best of the best in the flooring world. This is the best option for homeowners looking for classic hardwood without the maintenance. WPC Decking is 100% waterproof, and there is no swelling of planks or damage if exposed to spills/moisture, and is termite proof. WPC Decking can also be installed above existing flooring. WPC decking’s tensile strength is about 200 pounds per square inches, and more fire resistant than traditional wood. All of these qualities and more make WPC decking reliable, safe, and long-lasting
DIY WPC Deck Tiles can be used in or outdoors for a long time. DIY WPC Deck Tiles can withstand different climatic conditions, and are environmentally friendly. The DIY WPC Deck Tiles are durable, won’t split or rot, are simple to install, and require little to no maintenance. There is no need to dye or sand our products. The only maintenance recommended is a little soap and water to clean occasionally.
The average cost of WPC Decking ranges from $20 to $38 per square foot. The average homeowner spends around $5,821 and $10,826 to install a 12’ x 24’ of WPC Decking. At Factory Floorings WPC Decking is as low as $2.67 per square foot.
The average cost of DIY WPC Deck Tiles is $15 to $35 per square foot. The average homeowner spends around $4,320 and $10,080 to install a 12’ x 24’ of DIY WPC Deck Tiles. At Factory Floorings DIY WPC Deck Tiles are as low as $3.79 per square foot.
Yes, WPC decking can be painted or polished, and it will remain strong for many years. You can use weather coat paint, PU polish, and WPC Decking can be cut to fit any shape one needs.
Yes, DIY WPC Deck Tiles can be cut to fit many shapes, just as long as the interlocking pieces are intact with the plastic base.
Stone Plastic Composite Flooring are planks made using advanced technology to combine plastic and stone. This technique allows us to beautifully mimic natural wood and stone. SPC Flooring is also known for being 100% waterproof with unparalleled durability.
Composite Fencing is made of recycled plastic, wood pieces, and resin that are combined to make a product that looks identical to wood. Our Composite Fencing is engineered to require less maintenance and the durability makes it long-lasting.
SPC Flooring is specially designed with a click-locking joint system for an easy installation. SPC flooring is scratch resistant, water-proof, and more fire resistant than traditional wood. It is completely safe as a covering material for both residential and public flooring.
Composite Fencing is one of the best of the best in terms of fencing. Composite Fencing has dense boards which makes it durable, and less susceptible to cracking or chipping. Composite Fencing can last 20 years or more with little to no maintenance. Composite Fencing is rot and mould resistant, extremely heavy-duty, eco-friendly, and a great choice for pets.
The average cost of SPC flooring prices range from $3.50 to $8.00 per square foot.The average homeowner spends around $1,008 and $2,304 to install a 12’ x 24’ of SPC flooring . At Factory Floorings SPC flooring is as low as $1.69 per square foot.
The average cost of Composite Fencing is $20 to $45 per foot. The average homeowner spends around $700 and $1,620 to install a 12’ x 24’ of Composite Fencing. At Factory Floorings Composite Fencing is as low as $33 per square foot.
Yes, SPC flooring comes in many different colors and shades. SPC Flooring can be cut to fit any shape one would need. Using a utility knife to cut a trace line then using a saw to cut the plank. Allow for expansion gaps along each wall.
Yes, Composite Fencing can accept paint if the fence is properly cleaned, prepped, primed. A topcoat of paint can extend the Composite Fencing life for several additional years. Composite Fencing can also be cut to make smaller fencing.