If your home is in need of more space outdoors, should you build a vinyl patio or a vinyl deck? Each offers their own advantages. Tuff Industries has pulled together a few tips to help you make the best choice for your home. Differences Between Vinyl Decks and Vinyl Patios So what’s the difference? It’s
The adage, “what you don’t know, won’t hurt you,” doesn’t really apply when it comes to vinyl decks. When the weather warms and you’re looking for a comfortable place outside to put up your feet, you’ll likely notice the lack of a defined space to do so – in which case the time has come
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: Six injured, one
We all love to save money, but at the same time we all also love to have high-quality projects when it comes to our homes – so should you DIY a new vinyl deck, or hire a contractor? As with most thing, it depends on a few factors: Factor #1: Scope of Vinyl Deck How
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As part of vinyl deck safety month, Tuff Industries has pulled together the top home improvements you can to complete increase the safety of your vinyl deck. No matter how old your deck is, you need to take care of it for long-term success and safety. One: Replace an old Vinyl Deck Membrane Think of
May is National Deck Safety Month, and for good reason. Every year thousands of decks fail or have major safety issues that cause injuries and even death. As the weather warms, consider looking over your vinyl deck to ensure it is safe – before there’s a problem. Tuff Industries wants you to have a safe
May is deck safety month, and at Tuff Industries we take deck safety very seriously. Whether you have a vinyl deck or a different type of deck surface, it’s important to look your deck over to ensure that it’s safe before you start hosting any backyard get-togethers. Feel free to check out the North American
We all know the different types of roofing material (asphalt, wood, metal, etc.), but there’s one type of roofing material that’s just a bit different than the rest: waterproof roof decking. Although it’s a waterproof roofing material it has an extra quality: it’s walkable. That means that not only does it act as a roof
Wood decks do offer a neat look – but unless you’re prepared for a huge amount of maintenance it might be better to find an alternative. Whether you are building a new deck/patio, or simply want to refresh the look of your current deck, vinyl decking offers major advantages over wood. Tuff Industries explains why:
Here’s a common homeowner question: Once you settle into your new (or new-to-you) home (or have been settled for a few years), should you hire someone for a vinyl deck inspection? When? How often? Don’t worry – Tuff Industries has the answer and all the details. Why get vinyl deck inspection? The primary reason you should
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