This Is TimberTech
It's more than a deck. It's a better way to be. Building with TimberTech means the most technologically-advanced materials and the most design options for a more enjoyable, longer-lasting outdoor space.
Risers, fascia, grooves, and variegation… what does it all mean? When we think of decking, we usually consider the whole instead of the individual parts. Yet familiarizing yourself with those parts can give you more insight into designing your perfect outdoor space.
In this post, we’ll review some common decking lingo, so you can deck smarter.
At TimberTech, we offer two different types of composite deck boards with features that influence installation (and thus their final look):
Boards with capped grooves along both sides that are secured with hidden fastening under the surface.
Solid (more on that below) boards that utilize top-down fasteners that are typically color-matched screws and plugs.
These deck boards also have unique profiles — i.e., they’re constructed differently:
Solid, sturdy boards with a flat bottom similar to traditional lumber for strength and a more solid feel underfoot.
Boards with a special scalloped bottom that reduces weight without sacrificing durability or strength.
What’s underneath is just as important as what’s on the surface of each one of our composite deck boards. Here are two crucial components of what makes every TimberTech board so unique (and beautiful):
A strong, protective layer on all TimberTech boards that provide unrivaled protection against scratches, stains, moisture, and mold.
The highlight and lowlight coloring in composite deck boards that resemble real wood — our TimberTech PRO line features some of our most dramatic variegation.
Of course, it takes a lot of composite deck boards to make an actual deck. The final, show-stopping result, however, has a few more components to consider: