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The good thing about composite decking is that they are available in a wide array of lengths, shapes, colours, and patterns. If you’re looking to change up your deck in time for the winter season, help is on the way! Check out our design tips in using composite decking for the cold climate.

Subdued colours

If it’s your first time to install composite deck materials for your porch, buy composite decking with muted colours. The calmer hues of grey work well with the winter season, as it reminds you of the cool breeze and calm vibe. In short, this kind of colour will remind you to stay at home and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate.

Some of the best choices in this regard include Classic Light Grey, Classic Silver Timber, and 88mm Dark Grey.

Warm wood pattern

Do you prefer having an atmosphere that looks warm? Wood does an awesome job of bringing a warm and comforting feel during winter. The rustic look of wood-patterned composite decking allows you and your guests feel like you’re in a log cabin and enjoying the warmth of an active fireplace.

Composite deck products in line with this pattern include Premier Jarrah, Premier Rosewood, and 88m Redwood.

Less natural pattern

In keeping with the cold weather, making use of composite deck with slightly unnatural patterns may highlight the coolness of the season. You can capture the essence of winter with synthetic patterns on composite decking, away from the warm theme of wooden materials.

Your best bets in this kind of approach are Unique, 88mm Light Grey, and Classic Dark Grey.

Final Word

Regardless of the design of your chosen composite decking, make sure that it’s winter-ready. While composite deck is resistant to some of the worst wood-damaging factors, it’s still best to keep the surface clean and dry at all times.

Feel free to reach us at New Wave Flooring for any inquiries and requests about composite decking.