But wait, you say, I have a waterproof decking covering my vinyl deck, so I’m okay, right? Unfortunately, since a vinyl membrane covers your entire deck your deck could be suffering from water damage without you knowing. This means that the damage could be that much worse once it’s discovered. Follow Tuff Industries’ tips to
With all the heavy snows, melting and freezing that is inevitably on its way (brrr), there’s a good chance that many vinyl roof deck owners will be dealing with ice dams this winter – so what can you do? Luckily, Tuff Industries has the answers to helping deal with vinyl roof decks and ice dams.
Although practically maintenance-free, in order to keep your outdoor vinyl decking looking great a tiny amount of preparation is required in the fall to ensure that your waterproof vinyl deck endures whatever rough weather winter can throw at it. Here are a few Fall vinyl decking maintenance tips courtesy of Tuff Industries: Tip #1 –
Ah summer – perfect for enjoying a nice afternoon out on your vinyl deck with friends and family. The problem is that eventually summer fades, and few people think about their vinyl decks in the rainy months, or when the snow is melting. Come next spring you might then be in for a nasty surprise
We all have families, friends, and loved ones that we want to spend time with, and if that time is spent on a deck you want to make sure it’s safe. Tuff Industries explores just how vinyl deck surfaces make for better, safer decks, and why you should consider installing a vinyl deck membrane One:
Your waterproof deck provides you and your family with an extended outdoor living space and a quiet area to take in nature, but it’s also vital to consider that aspects of your vinyl deck are there to protect your home from the elements. Any deck is also an investment in your home, so you want
Concrete can seem like a great idea, in practice. It’s relatively inexpensive, can be used in a lot of scenarios, and seems to last a decent amount of time. However, when concrete starts to age you can run into a lot of problems that may make you think about ripping out and replacing concrete on
If your condo vinyl decking requires repairs, what happens if your strata delays? An interesting article caught the Tuff Industries team’s attention recently. A reader and condominium owner wrote into The Province, detailing her difficulty with her East Vancouver strata which required multiple vinyl deck repairs since 2000 but were subsequently delayed by her strata.
A vinyl sundeck is a great investment in your home and protects the structure from water damage. It’s important to realize, however, that not all vinyl sundeck materials are the same. Tuff Industries illustrates the difference between different vinyl sundeck products to help you make the best decision for your home. Why Vinyl Sundeck Material?
We see the headlines, but we rarely connect the fact that deck collapses happen more often than we think. During National Deck Safety Month, Tuff Industries wants to help homeowners understand the causes and ensure that their vinyl deck is safe. Here are just a few of the headlines in recent years: Multiple people injured