Synthetic teak deck

Discussion in 'Materials' started by dmc, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. april15th
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    april15th Junior Member

    For transoms, toe rails, accents, bulkheads etc. - first check out
    It is a synthetic composite that looks better and out lasts real teak. The Viking next to me had it done and I will be next! Its not cheep (a little less that real teak) but lifetime costs are way low and best of all - NO Maint!

    Now check out - these guys do it right. I'm saving up now.
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