Low Maintenance Composite Decking and Aluminum Railing mke this deck a pleasure to own.

Composite Deck Projects Near Bellingham and Anacortes

Whether building a new deck or replacing the surface of an existing deck, low maintenance composite decking is a great choice. 

Composite decking comes in two distinct types.

  • 1st generation composites - A mixture of plastic and cellulose filler (typically wood fibers).

  • Capped composite - Capped composite decking has a core made of 1st generation composite that has been encapsulated in a 100% plastic shell.  This makes it more resistant to staining, and fading as well as easier to maintain than the previous versions of composite decking.  Another advantage of capped composite decking is that it comes in a wider range of colors and grain patterns than first generation composite materials.


  • After photo of the Bellingham, WA deck renovation.  Timbertech Terrains in Brown Oak with hidden fasteners surrounded by a cedar framed railing with galvanized infill.
  • Timbertech Evolutions capped composite decking, stairs with aluminum handrail.  Located in Bellingham, WA.
  • Timbertech Terrains deck with aluminum railing Whatcom County, WA.  Decking is Timbertech Terrains in "Brown Oak" with Consealoc hidden fasteners
  • This Whatcom countyTimbertech deck was installed with hidden fasteners and sports an aluminum picket railing
  • This Whatcom county hot tub deck was installed with hidden fasteners and sports an aluminum picket railing for the ultimate in low maintenance outdoor living
  • This Whatcom county deck was installed with hidden fasteners and sports an aluminum picket railing for the ultimate in low maintenance outdoor living
  • Timbertech Earthwoods "Tropical Teak" Decking paired with Timbertech's "Builder Rail"
  • Timbertech Earthwoods "Tropical Teak" Decking paired with Timbertech's "Builder Rail"
  • Multi-level grey composite deck with hidden fasteners.  The decking on this project is laid in sections each framed with a triple mitered border.  The decking runs at alternating 45 degree angles giving a herring bone appearance.
  • Multi-level grey composite deck with hidden fasteners.  The decking on this project is laid in sections each framed with a triple mitered border.  The decking runs at alternating 45 degree angles giving a herring bone appearance.
  • Timbertech composite decking and custom aluminum railing
  • Timbertech "Tropical Teak" composite decking with hidden fasteners around a hot tub with access hatch for tub.
  • Hot tub deck with access hatch. Timbertech "Tropical Teak" composite decking with hidden fasteners around a hot tub.  Located in Bellingham, WA
  • Timbertech Composite Deck in Anacortes, WA waiting for the hot tub to be delivered.
  • Grey composite deck with powder coated aluminum railing, located in Ferndale, WA
  • This "cedar" colored composite deck with "hog wire" railing is located in Bellingham, WA.  The use of “break boards" eliminate butt joints in the decking and allow for the most efficient use of standard length deck boards.
  • Composite deck with cedar privacy screen and built in bench.  The decking for this project is from Timbertech’s Earthwood collection and is installed with Consealoc hidden fasteners.  Composite decking is a great choice for your Bellingham deck.
  • Composite deck with cedar privacy screen and built in bench.  The decking for this project is from Timbertech’s Earthwood collection and is installed with Consealoc hidden fasteners.  Composite decking is a great choice for your Bellingham deck.
  • Grey composite decking with matching aluminum railing.  This project is located in Sudden Valley near Bellingham, WA
  • Bellingham Composite Deck
  • Multi-level composite deck with white aluminum railings.  Located in northern Snohomish County.
  • Timbertech Twin Finish deck in Lynden, WA with matching benches and planters.  The planters are on castors (wheels) to make moving them easier.
  • Timbertech Twin Finish Deck with matching benches and planters.  Yes, that is snow on the ground - we build decks year round.
  • This project was a solution to a concrete walkway that collected water, under freezing conditions it was treacherous!  Now any water that makes its way into this area is below the walking surface.
  • Timbertech deck with Deckorators railing, Ferndale, WA.
  • Timbertech composite deck Ferndale, WA
  • Timbertech Twin Finish Deck with matching benches and planters
  • Timbertech Twin Finish Deck with Cedar and Mahogany railing in Bellingham, WA
  • Timbertech Deck with Cedar and Mahogany railing in Bellingham, WA
  • Timbertech composite decking used on a backyard hot tub deck.  The structure over the hot tub has concealed "curtain rods" designed to hold  ”sunbrella” fabric blinds for privacy while using the hot tub
  • Timbertech composite decking used on a Bellingham hot tub deck.  The structure over the hot tub has concealed "curtain rods" designed to hold outdoor fabric blinds for privacy while enjoying the hot tub
  • Multi-level grey composite deck with hidden fasteners.  The decking on this project is laid in sections each framed with a triple mitered border.  The decking runs at alternating 45 degree angles giving a herring bone appearance.
  • Timbertech composite decking used on a Bellingham hot tub deck.  The black plastic in the back right of the photo is protecting the built in hot tub during construction.
  • Timbertech composite decking used on a Bellingham hot tub deck.  The black plastic in the left of the photo is protecting the built in hot tub during construction.
  • Timbertech Composite Deck in Anacortes, WA.  The railing is Mahogany with Deckorators aluminum pickets in "bronze" color.
  • This Project uses Timbertech's new Legacy capped composite decking in "Tiger wood" for the deck and bench surfaces.
  • This Project uses Timbertech's new Legacy capped composite decking in "Tiger wood" for the deck and bench surfaces.
  • Ground level photo of the renovated deck. Timbertech Terrains in Brown Oak with hidden fasteners surrounded by a cedar framed railing with galvanized infill.
  • After photo of the renovated deck. Timbertech Terrains in Brown Oak with hidden fasteners surrounded by a cedar framed railing with galvanized infill.


 

In most circumstances we no longer recommend 1st generation composites such as Timbertech's Relia Board.  First generation composite decking has exposed wood fibers making it more susceptible to grease/oil stains and surface mildew. The newer capped composite decking has proven to be a better preforming and more attractive products.  


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