​In this short video Grant Barlow explains why our vinyl waterproof deck skins stay cool under your feet - even in desert installations.  Grant also explains what goes wrong with solid composite deck materials and other outdated deck coverings.  Some of these outdated, under-performing materials have only been in existence a short time!


HERE ARE TOPICS COVERED IN THIS VIDEO:

  • This is a BIG concern for people living in the Southwest.
  • Special heat-resistant properties built into vinyl waterproof deck skins.
  • Very heat reflective properties compared to all others.
  • The problem with composite deck materials.
  • Perfect around hot tubs and pool decks because it is cool to bare feet.
  • Very, very long-lasting compared to wood and most other materials. 

WATCH THIS SHORT VIDEO ON HOW AND WHY OUR VINYL WATERPROOF DECK SKINS ON COOL TO THE TOUCH NO MATTER WHAT THE SUN THROWS AT IT!

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MWPD/FACTOID:
Vinyl waterproof deck skins do not retain heat because they're light in color and do not hold the sun's intensity.  In the late evening when people who purchased deck coverings like plastic composite decking
(which can't even provide your home with any waterproof protection against leakage into your walls and ceilings!), your neighbors will be blisteringly hot, and yours will be cool to the touch!  Why?  Because although our deck skins are as tough as titanium, they're thin and do not allow heat build-up which is virtually unavoidable in the majority of other deck covering solutions.