Modern Deck Skirting Ideas
2020 is just around the corner and the new modern is keeping things plain and simple. For instance, when it comes to modern deck skirting the plain smooth concrete wall is desired. Basically, millennial’s are more concerned about showing off their gadgets.
Likewise, millennial’s want quality low-maintenance products so they can go about their lives with less concerns. When it comes to home products it’s no difference. Products need to be subtle, plain and long-lasting especially when it comes to deck skirting.
So, What Does Modern Deck Skirting Look Like?
As you know, modern structures are built using materials such as concrete, glass and metal. Likewise, if you desire to build a modern deck it will need skirting to keep varmints out. So, the best modern deck skirting is using a concrete product.
Furthermore, let’s explore the ways you can accomplish building a modern looking deck skirting. As you know, there are hundreds of ways to skin a cat. Nevertheless, there is always the best way for everything until you find something better.
How To Mold A Smooth Look Concrete
Given that concrete is a moldable material it forms to whatever surface you form. For instance, to get a smooth look, like we’re trying to accomplish here, you must mold it with a smooth material. Of course, smooth plastic, sleek steel, MDO plywood, or glass can be used to get a smooth concrete look. But not all of these are cost efficient.
Subsequently, if I am pouring concrete in place, I like using plastic coated MDO plywood to get the modern look. Conversely, I prefer a mobile home skirting product called DURASKIRT™ that is molded using steel forms. This product looks better than a pored-in-place wall and is engineered for ground burial so no worries.
Finally, now that the cat is out of the bag, namely DURASKIRT™ is great for all your modern deck skirting needs. Likewise, use this concrete board for both residential and commercial deck skirting. To order yours call MH SERIVICE & Supply at 360-419-9909.
Q. Do I need framing materials?