Synthetic vs Teak: what to choose for deck covering?

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Of the many alternatives to teak that exist on the market, certainly synthetic siding is the one that has been gaining momentum in recent years. The advantages of replacing teak with a synthetic deck covering are several, and they are convincing more and more owners to choose a this solution. If you are interested in learning how synthetic teak installers work, visit Refit Style ‘s booth at Milan Yachting Week!

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The synthetic in 15 different colors

The synthetic coating we are telling you about today is Permateek, a material composed of recyclable PVC that combines innovative features with extensive customization possibilities. This product is sold and processed exclusively by Refit Style in Italy, and is designed specifically for the boat world. As many as 15 different colors and 3 options to choose from for joints (with the possibility of multicolor work), and you can also use it to cover furniture and accessories, with several advantages over wood.

The advantages of Permateek in comparison with teak

  • resistance to high temperatures due to sunlight
  • Virtually zero maintenance and treatments
  • excellent non-slip grip
  • UV resistance : color does not change over time
  • extensive possibilities for customizing colors and joints
  • self-extinguishing product
  • environmentally friendly and 100% recyclable material
  • excellent value for money
  • craftsmanship with precision tools

Do you want to install Permateek? Ask for information here!


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you will find all the info to find out more about this synthetic material perfect for boat decks. If you would like to know the details, simply contact Refit Style by filling out the email form here upon entering the brand’s booth at Milan Yachting Week.

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