1. Can I install Save-A-Deck on my own?
No. Save-A-Deck is installed by a network of fully trained applicators. They are trained in waterproofing techniques and building codes to ensure you are getting the best quality installation available. For this reason we are able to offer the industries best warranty.
2. How do you clean Save-A-Deck?
It is best to clean your Save-A-Deck surface at least 2 times a year to maintain its appearance. You can use hot water with a mild soap and scrub it with a soft bristle brush. For more difficult stains you can dilute some household cleaner. Be sure not to let any chemicals sit on the vinyl surface and to rinse well with fresh water.
3. Can I put a de-icer on Save-A-Deck in the winter?
Yes. Rock Salt, Kitty Litter and various other snow-melting chemicals can be used on your Save-A-Deck surface. We do caution, however, that you clean the surface thoroughly with soap and water and flushed clear prior to letting the heat of the spring sun ‘bake’ any chemical into the surface.
4. How much does Save-A-Deck cost?
There are a number of different thickness’, patterns and textures to chose from. You will have to contact your nearest Applicator to get an estimate for your Save-A-Deck. or call Head Office –1-866-313-DECK (3325). Or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
5. How long will my Save-A-Deck deck last?
With proper care and cleaning your Save-A-Deck deck could last up to 25-35 years.
Accurailing Aluminum Railings
This is our most extensive and flexible aluminum railing system, allowing the installer to handle any standard or custom installation. The two main types of railings are glass panel system consisting of an aluminum frame with tempered glass panels; and a picket system that uses pickets in place of glass.
1. What Top Rails are available?
We feature both an extruded aluminum Round Top Rail and Square Top Rail. By using either top.
2. What type of Post Mountings are available?
Both our larger and smaller aluminum posts can be configured to attach to the deck either on the top surface or on the fascia (the side of the deck).
3. What does maintenance-free railings mean?
Accurailing’s railings are made of aluminum (will not rust) and the exposed surfaces are finished with a powder-coat finish. Wooden railings, even when painted or stained, are likely to rot, decay, peel or fade, and are prone to a build up of mold and mildew.
Accurailings aluminum railings virtually eliminate maintenance problems associated with old wooden railings. No painting, no repainting, no rust, no priming, no staining, no recoats….we could go on. If you’ve ever spent the time required (every year!) to maintain a wooden railing, you will truly appreciate being able to devote your time to something more pleasing to you.
4. What is “Powder Coating” and why use it?
Powder Coating is one of the most durable exterior finishes available today. It is used on many metal items that are exposed to the weather because, as a finish, it is the best way to insure durability, weather resistance, and color retention. A powder coat finish is part paint and part polyester sealer/resin. The finish is applied as a powder, electro statically, and while held to the metal this way, is baked in an oven. It is baked at a hot enough temperature so, in effect, the outside layer of the metal fuses with the melted powder forming a hard, weather-resistant finish.