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DECKING FOR MOBILE HOMES: YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

   

For over six decades, McFadden Mobiles has provided clients with the best timber decking for mobile homes.

 

  

By combining years of design expertise with craftsmanship and efficient build practices, we can create stunning timber decking at a competitive price. Despite our low prices, we fully understand that purchasing a decking installation represents a significant investment. Our customers always want to ensure they get the most bang for their buck. Therefore they always have questions about timber decking in mobile homes. To make this information more accessible, we have compiled some of the most common questions into this article and included comprehensive answers below.

 

What materials are used for mobile home decking?

Mobile home decking can be constructed from various materials, depending on factors such as personal preferences, budget, and environmental considerations. Common materials for mobile home decking include pressure-treated wood, composite decking, PVC decking, aluminium decking, and concrete. The ideal decking material will vary based on factors such as durability, maintenance requirements, and environmental conditions.

 

Is timber decking the best option for mobile homes?

Timber decking is a popular option for mobile homes and has been used for many years. It is a natural material that can blend in well with the surrounding environment and can be customized to fit the individual needs and preferences of the homeowner. Timber decking is relatively affordable and easy to work with, making it a good choice for mobile home decking projects.

 

Which is cheaper, wood or vinyl decking?

In terms of cost, wood decking is generally cheaper than vinyl decking upfront. Pressure-treated pine is often the most affordable option for wood decking. However, the cost of vinyl decking can vary depending on the brand and quality.

 

How should wood decking be treated to prevent rotting?

To prevent rotting in wood decking, it is essential to treat it properly. You can apply a water repellent to prevent moisture from getting trapped in the wood, use a sealant to protect the wood from the elements, and clean it regularly to remove debris and moisture. Overall, regular maintenance and upkeep can help extend the life of your wood decking.

 

Do you still have some questions about your timber decking installation? Please get in contact with our offices today. Our expert installers will be more than happy to discuss your needs in greater detail. We also can offer completely free, no-obligation timber decking quotes. 

 

 

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