Decking Supplies

Imagine sitting out on your deck on a cool summer morning with your loved-ones and coffee. Do you want this reality? It’s time to build a deck!

Why Choose Cedar Decking?

You can also take comfort in knowing that Real Cedar deck lumber isn’t just a pretty face. It outperforms all of those synthetic building materials on the market right now. That’s because Western Red Cedar is naturally resistant to rot, decay, and insect attacks.

  • Easy to Work With: It lies flat and straight, so it fits into place. Cedar is sturdy and structurally solid and is surprisingly light.
  • It’s a Green Choice: In terms of sustainability, it beats composite decking on every level. Cedar actually boasts a net carbon sink, meaning it removes greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
  • Timeless and Tough: Cedar decking never goes out of style. A cedar deck is going to look, smell, and feel beautiful no matter how you furnish it.

If you’re looking for a real wood deck that is sturdy and will remain stylish, Cedar should be your choice.

Why Choose Trex Decking?

Choosing Trex Decking for your new deck, instead of wood, gives you an attractive deck without the hassle of yearly maintenance and upkeep.  Enjoy the natural look of wood and avoid all the painting, staining, and sealing. Wood decks of all types require extensive upkeep. Composite decking is designed with the beauty of wood decking, but not all of the maintenance.

  • Durability: Zero annual maintenance — a quick hose-down is all it takes to keep it looking good. Trex is dense and water-resistant, and never warps, cracks, or splits.
  • Appearance: Let your unique style shine through without having to worry about the performance or limitations of timber species.
  • Sustainable Decking: Trex is made of 95% recyclable material. Feel prideful in that you are helping the environment when you choose composite as your decking material.

If you value maintenance-free living, composite decking is the choice for you!

Why Choose Pine Decking?

Are you ready to add an appealing deck or patio to your home but have a tight budget? With Pressure-Treated Pine deck lumber, you and your wallet can rest easy. In comparison to cedar and composite material, PT wood is the most cost-effective option with a price of $15-$20 per square foot for installation, substructure, and decking.

  • Rot Resistant and Repels Insects: Pressure treated lumber is chemically treated, which means it is rot resistance and also acts as an insecticide.
  • Ground Contact Approved: The lumber can be used for structure and places where lumber is difficult to maintain, repair or replace.
  • Budget Friendly: Uniform thickness, density, and appearance for stable and long lasting performance.

If you need to stay within or come under budget, Pressure-Treated Pine will do the job!

See Decking in Action!

Take a look at some of the successful decking projects by our customers.