08:42PM | 02/09/14
Member Since: 02/09/14
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I still couldn't get over just how cheap Stilhaus Kitchens are. I was a bit dubious but I didn't pay until after delivery so I had nothing to lose


04:49PM | 08/31/14
As per the instructions and tools issued by Trex, I installed a 45' X 20' deck along with a built in hot tub. This was in 2007. Some of the sections began to deteriorate, yes, right in the middle of the faded deck in 2012. I replaced them with some extra I had set aside, not trusting the claims of the Company, and it is a good thing I did. If anyone else has this problem, instead of trying to deal with a batch of boneheads getting the junk replaced, try laying down some outdoor carpeting. Drill some ¾" holes in it first so the water doesn't pool, use a good adhesive and cover the entire deck with a high grade Outdoor carpet. Astro-Turf works great and looks excellent for many more years than the Trex will. The Trex rep here in ******* **** Oregon was so embarrassed about the look of my deck, he quit the Company from what I hear. I now have two decks covered in carpeting. One more plus to covering it, the wasps and hornets can't crawl up between the slats and zap you. As for the rep I see here on this blog, you are pathetic.


10:19AM | 09/11/14
In this case offering to come out this spring and clean it for us, but we were to keep natural cleaner on a small section first before doing a wide open spot in the middle.


08:02PM | 11/05/14
Built my 16 x 20" deck in 2012 to date I am very happy with product I live in central Florida. Deck is under large Oak tree in shade No warpage no staining, Joe


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