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Teak Deck Replacement - Flexiteek

Any information or experience on using "flexiteek" as replacement teak decking - it sounds promising....

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Teak Deck Replacement - Flexiteek

I tried to get information from Flexiteek to no avail. I went ahead and replaced my teak deck with new teak. If you do go with Flexiteek please let me know your experience.
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I fabricate and install flexiteek, and personally I think it is an impressive decking system. I don't own the company I work at, so this is not a way for me to get more customers. To be honest, I have all the work I need right now, but, this stuff is the way to go.
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I fabricate and install flexiteek, and personally I think it is an impressive decking system. I don't own the company I work at, so this is not a way for me to get more customers. To be honest, I have all the work I need right now, but, this stuff is the way to go.
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Flexiteekman-

Please read the following post on full disclosure for marine industry people posting on the forum.

BTW, please don't revive dead threads... it is very likely, since the thread you're replying to is over FOUR YEARS OLD, that they're not really interested in using Flexiteak or getting the deck redone at any time in the near future. If they haven't done the job, they're probably not going to at this point. There's also a very good chance that they're not active members any longer.


p.s. There you go Max.

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SD, and what about the boilerplate on reviving old post? It must be bed time, you are slipping. I guess that is what happens when you get to the 100 post daily quota!
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LOL... Must have forgotten to hit that macro... Fixed it for ya...

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Flex, I see that is your first post, welcome to the board. Do not get offended by my posts to SD, I am just having fun with him. There is a post by Jody in Boat Buying about his new boat inquiring about the flexiteek to replace the deck, maybe you can post there and see if he has any questions as you have installation experience.
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Other than the revive of a 4 yr old post, flex did do a full disclosure as to what he does, sells installs. Not sure why SD had to point out that post, he may very well have seen it for all we know.

Not that I want a teak or equal deck, it would be interesting to see more info etc on this product.

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