Sundeck Centre has served Vancouver Island for almost 30 years.

Sundeck Centre has served Vancouver Island for almost 30 years.

5 great reasons to use vinyl deck coverings

Winter weather and humidity can take its toll on your deck

When it comes to decking, folks on Vancouver Island have come to trust Sundeck Centre in Duncan. Their service along with custom-made railings and architect-approved products, make Sundeck Centre a great resource for builders and homeowners alike.

Here are 5 things to remember when considering a new or replacement deck this fall:

  1. Wear and Tear: Island living is great, but inclement weather and humidity takes its toll on all building structures. This fall, check your deck or balcony for leaks, cuts or tears and for excessive wear. Replacing old,or damaged decking not only helps aesthetically, it can add years of life to the wood structure beneath.
  2. Maintenance and Cleaning: Decking can be made of many different materials and each manufacturer has their specific maintenance system to follow. Sundeck Centre is an exclusive supplier for Tuff Industries, one of the best deck covering companies in the business. TUFdek™ Waterproof Vinyl deck coverings are a low-maintenance, cost-effective alternative to wood, composite or concrete.
  3. Aesthetically Pleasing: Decks and balconies are meant to be enjoyed. TUFdek™ vinyl decking has a look for every taste. The “Plank Floor” and “Aggregate” patterns are best sellers and complement the wide variety of traditional and contemporary colours and patterns.
  4. Professionally Built: Sundeck Centre offers free estimates, is fully insured, and guarantees all work and materials. Sundeck Centre has been serving Vancouver Island for almost 30 years, building trusting relationships with customers, builders and architects alike.
  5. Value Added: Adding TUFdek™ waterproof protection for your deck, and non-slip safety for your family and friends, adds value to your home. Nothing improves the wear resistance, stain resistance, UV protection and clean-ability more than TUFdek™, the ultimate combo of form and function. Owner/Operator Bryan Holder enjoys helping people realize their vision when it comes to design. He’s up to the challenge when homeowners need extra scrutinizing to ensure a successful project. “I like the challenge of looking at people’s problems and figuring out what will work,” says Holder. “We do our best to accommodate everyone. It’s what we do.”

Sundeck Centre is located at 2853 Roberts Rd. in Duncan. Call 250-748-1418 or visit www.sundeckpeople.ca for more information.

Home & GardenRenovations

 

Sundeck Centre is an exclusive supplier for TUFdek Waterproof Vinyl deck coverings, a low-maintenance, cost-effective alternative to wood, composite or concrete.

Sundeck Centre is an exclusive supplier for TUFdek Waterproof Vinyl deck coverings, a low-maintenance, cost-effective alternative to wood, composite or concrete.

Bryan Holder, from the Sundeck Centre, enjoys helping people realize their vision when it comes to design of their outdoor spaces.

Bryan Holder, from the Sundeck Centre, enjoys helping people realize their vision when it comes to design of their outdoor spaces.

Just Posted

Mona Strelaeff, a Metchosin resident, is the first non-terminally ill person in Canada to be allowed to use psilocybin assisted therapy. (Provided by Spencer Hawkswell)
Metchosin woman’s trauma treatment could be trendsetting

Experts say this could signal the broadening of who can access psilocybin therapy

Sidney’s Haunted Bookshop is changing owners with longtime owner Odean Long transferring ownership Dec. 1 to William Matthews. (Wolf Depner/News Staff)
Longtime owner of Sidney’s Haunted Bookshop closes chapter with sale

Odean Long and her late husband moved the business to Sidney in 1996

Goldstream Food Bank volunteers at work. Light Up the City will be offering various options for the public to drop off non-perishable food items to support this food bank and others in Greater Victoria. (Black Press Media file photo)
Greater Victoria residents can show their charity through Light Up the City

Drive-thru food bank and toy donation dropoff sites open up this Saturday around region

Victoria police arrested a man in a Yates Street grocery store Nov. 27 after he refused to wear a mask. (Black Press Media File photo)
Belligerent man arrested in Victoria grocery store after refusing to wear mask

Officers fined the man $230 under the COVID-19 Related Measures Act

The Town of Sidney will receive $2.75 million in direct grant support from the provincial government to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. A report before council Monday recommends a “cautious and measured approach” in using the funds. (Black Press Media File)
Staff suggest Sidney be cautious spending $2.75 million from province

Staff also warn of financial ‘uncertainty’ and raise prospect of tax increase

Mary Cox and Jack Plant dance in their pyjamas and slippers at the morning pyjama dance during the Rhythm Reelers’ 25 Annual Rally in the Valley Square Dance Festival in Chilliwack on June 4, 2011. Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020 is Square Dancing Day. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress file)
Unofficial holidays: Here’s what people are celebrating for the week of Nov. 29 to Dec. 5

Square Dancing Day, Disability Day and International Ninja Day are all coming up this week

Black Press Media and BraveFace have come together to support children facing life-threatening conditions. Net proceeds from these washable, reusable, three-layer masks go to Make-A-Wish Foundation BC & Yukon.
Put on a BraveFace: Help make children’s wishes come true

Black Press Media, BraveFace host mask fundraiser for Make-A-Wish Foundation

A photo from 2017, of Nuchatlaht First Nation members outside court after filing a land title case in B.C. ( Submitted photo/Nuchatlaht First Nation).
Vancouver Island First Nation calls on B.C. to honour UNDRIP in historic title case

Nuchatlaht First Nation says Crown counsel continues to stall the case using the ‘distasteful’ argument that the Nation ‘abandoned’ their land

West Vancouver Island’s Ehattesaht First Nation continues lock down after 9 active cases were reported today after a visitor tested positive last week. (Ehattesaht First Nation/Facebook)
Ehattesaht First Nation’s COVID-19 nightmare: nine active cases, a storm and a power outage

The Vancouver Island First Nation in a lockdown since the first case was reported last week

The Ahousaht First Nation confirmed its first case of COVID-19 on Nov. 26, 2020. (Westerly file photo)
Ahousaht First Nation on lockdown over COVID-19

“Emotions are high. The anxiety is high. We want our community to pull through.”

Screenshot of Pastor James Butler giving a sermon at Free Grace Baptist Church in Chilliwack on Nov. 22, 2020. The church has decided to continue in-person services despite a public health order banning worship services that was issued on Nov. 19, 2020. (YouTube)
2 Lower Mainland churches continue in-person services despite public health orders

Pastors say faith groups are unfairly targeted and that charter rights protect their decisions

A big job: Former forests minister Doug Donaldson stands before a 500-year-old Douglas fir in Saanich to announce preservation of some of B.C.’s oldest trees, July 2019. (B.C. government)
B.C. returning to ‘stand-alone’ forests, rural development ministry

Horgan says Gordon Campbell’s super-ministry doesn’t work

Most Read