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Laying a composite terrace yourself: mistakes to avoid

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Smooth blade 23 x 160 mm. Length 3,50m, 63,90 euros the ml. Finishing skirt, 18 x 70 mm. Length 3.50 m, 8.20 euros the ml. Black clips + screws provided. The bag of 30 clips 17.70 euros.

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Laying a composite terrace oneself makes it easy to create a living room outside the house. Ideal to enjoy sunny days! It is important, however, to know the pitfalls to avoid.

Although laying down a composite deck is a simple task, one must be careful about its construction and maintenance. Côté Maison gives you the 4 main mistakes to avoid for the well-being of your composite terrace ... And yours!

Error 1: Making fittings on its composite wood deck

Two batches of composite wood boards of the same color may have a different color. Be sure to order enough blades to lay the entire surface at once and avoid unsightly connections.

Error 2: Lay the composite boards lengthwise on the deck

The composite is always in the width of the surface to be covered.

Lay dark composite boards in a very sunny place:
Composite wood retains heat. A dark-colored wood deck exposed to the sun will tend to heat up to be hot.

Error 3: Do not maintain your composite wood deck

Although coated with a protective layer, the composite wood must be cleaned after laying with a high-pressure jet. It will be necessary to clean it once a year with suitable products.

Error 4: Climb the composite wood deck on the day of purchase

As with all floors, it is necessary to acclimatize the blades to their new environment. Leave the blade packs open for two days at the installation site before installing.

Smooth blade 23 x 160 mm. Length 3,50m, 63,90 euros the ml. Finishing skirt, 18 x 70 mm. Length 3.50 m, 8.20 euros the ml. Black clips + screws provided. The bag of 30 clips 17.70 euros.

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