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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.
AZEK Deck has expanded its Arbor Collection with a new light color called Hazelwood, whose sleek but subtle variegation offers a natural shade with earthy richness.
A new line of capstock decking, MoistureShield Pro, features an extra layer of protection in a unique cap to increase resistance to fading, staining, scratching, and slipping.
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.