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Genuine wood decks uses a similar hybrid panel system, instead of conventional joint and planks. Individual wood planks are attached on top fiber cement panels that acts as a wood plank support structure. Fiber cement is a composite material made of cement reinforced with cellulose fibers. It is tough, durable and highly weather resistant. It won't warp, shrink or attract termites. Mini drain holes are added for water drainage. Since the wood planks remain on the top surface and exposed to bright light, they will not make good breeding place for insects. The panel underneath the wood planks also fully protects it from constant ground water evaporation. In other words, our wooden panel decks will last multiple times longer than conventional wooden decks. Now you can enjoy both the exotic look of real wood, as well as the low maintenance aspect of the deck sub-structure. The wood-fastened deck panels are supported underneath by a series of easy-to-connect 9-inch square foot pads. Foot pads are tough, fully waterproofed and not subject to rot.
EXAMPLE: Let's imagine your yard area to be 9ft x 10ft (90 sqft). The closest matching deck size would be 8ft x 10ft (80 sqft) using 5x4ft deck module combinations. Or for 8ft x 13ft (104 sqft) yard area, you would choose 8ft x 12ft (96 sqft) using 4x4ft modules as closest fit. Remember to only select a slightly smaller deck than all your available yard area, not bigger. For undecked areas, we recommend adding decorative garden stones as unique landscape elements.
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