Green Shoots Blog
Welcome to Boca Raton, a lush tropical paradise in Palm Beach County, Florida. This beautiful, well-manicured community is home to some of the country’s finest beaches, golf courses, and waterfront homes, with pleasantly hot temperatures and lots of sunshine year-round. Boca’s tropical climate also means it’s prone to rain- and lots of it! The area gets over 60 inches of rain per year, and has some of the highest humidity levels in the nation.
Peter and Shelly have created their own peaceful haven at their lakeside home in Boca Raton, where they love to entertain on their backyard patio. When it came time for them to replace their old moldy deck, they needed durable, all-weather decking capable of withstanding Boca’s intense tropical climate and frequent rainfall. The couple ultimately chose BamDeck® composite decking due to it’s unique composition that makes it naturally resistant to wet and humid weather. BamDeck® is made of 60% bamboo and 40% recycled HDPE plastic, making it 90% less absorbent to moisture than other leading composites. Peter, Shelly, and their dog Libby love their new all-weather decking and look forward to enjoying it for years to come!
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what kind of mitre box blade is recommended for cutting this product
I’ve used the Diablo® 60-tooth blades and they work well. Remember they dull fairly quickly and you’ll want to change the blade every 300 sqft or so.