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We carry composite decking, cedar posts, beams, and lumber, along with all the pressure-treated framing materials you’ll need.

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Create a space you’ll enjoy for years to come while making a great investment in your home.

Trex Decking

High-performance composite decking is beautiful, durable, and easy to maintain.

We carry composite decking, cedar posts, beams, and lumber, along with all the pressure-treated framing materials you’ll need.

Increase Your Living Space

Create a space you’ll enjoy for years to come while making a great investment in your home.

Trex Decking

High-performance composite decking is beautiful, durable, and easy to maintain.

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Decking FAQ

Which is best: a composite or wood deck?
If you are just beginning to research deck solutions, this question is the place to start.

Size, cost, style and maintenance will factor into your decision, but here’s a quick overview on the difference between the two options.

Composite Decking. If you’re looking for a great looking deck that’s easy to maintain and will last for years, composite decking is a great choice. There are many color options, plus it’s resistant to fades, stains, mold, mildew, and termites. Need to clean it? All you need is soap and water.

Wood Decks. Natural wood is a classic choice for an outdoor living space. WIth its warm appearance and varying grains, a wood deck can feel like a natural extension to the outdoors.

Cedar is a popular choice for a wood deck, especially in the Pacific Northwest. It won’t warp with our rainy weather and it’s resistant to temperature and weather conditions. Plus, it’s naturally resistant to insects.

To maintain wood, you’ll need to seal and stain every few years to protect the deck from moisture damage and help keep its appearance.

All wood decks are framed with pressure treated lumber which helps prevent decay and termite damage.

Let our experts be your guides to the latest products and building ideas for decks, patios, and gazebos.

There are a wide variety of manufacturers and options ranging from engineered wood-look composites to powder-coated aluminum railings, steel cable railings, iron railings or even glass panel railings could supply just what you need to set off your favorite space or keep loved ones safe.

The cost of decking products certainly varies depending on the material, color, and style. But for estimation it typically ranges from $3.00 – $8.00 per square foot without fasteners, and you can add another $0.50 – $1.00 per square foot for fasteners depending on whether you use screws or hidden fasteners.

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