Spring is here, regardless of the fact that it is snowing in the D.C.
As the main outdoor area for family and friends to gather, a home’s deck needs to be practical, durable and laid out to suit the homeowners’ needs. Whether your clients use it for barbecues or to enjoy breathtaking views, a deck is an essential part of outdoor living. Building a unique and comfortable outdoor space requires the right materials and an innovative team, but can set you apart from the competition.
With its Good Life decking line, Fiberon is providing the benefits of low-maintenance decking at a price closer to wood.
The Legacy Collection is the latest update to TimberTech’s Earthwood Evolutions line of capped composite decking, designed to bring the indoor look of hand-scraped wood to the outside.
This new spiral staircase line is designed to work in tandem with other pre-existing Trex decking and railing systems to create one system.
Paramount, a new line of PVC decking from Fiberon, replaces the company’s existing Outdoor Flooring line.
Ecolife Stabilized Weather-Resistant Wood by Viance offers improved durability over other treated lumber products, including a 50-percent reduction in surface cracking and checking.
Wolf’s extensive line of PVC decking is now available in nine colors across four collections.
These pressure-treated wood panels are low-VOC and achieve the look of real cedar through MicroPro Sienna’s patented wood preservative process.
The new 1-inch by 4-inch deck boards in Perennial Wood’s lineup—finished in real mahogany—are designed to complement New England outdoor living environments.
Now available in Dark Walnut, this flat-profile railing option from Fiberon complements both traditional and modern deck designs.
MoistureShield offers up this take on classic wood deck speed railings, now in a composite format.