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Real Hardwood Decking vs Composite Decking

Posted by Nora Velazco on Tue, Mar 31, 2020 @ 05:03 AM

Choosing a decking material for your building project is not a decision you should take lightly. As a long-term investment that you will be enjoying for many years to come, your deck should look great...and be built to last.

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Trespa Siding: Works Great for Soffits

Posted by Chris Nolan on Tue, Mar 24, 2020 @ 04:03 AM

Trespa Pura is a nice choice for a premium cladding option. But did you know it works fantastic for soffits, too?  Trespa architectural cladding is available in 8 wood décor colors and several Uni Colors as well. This residential home in Virginia Beach features 2 different Uni Colors to blend with their other siding materials.

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Choosing the right type of decking for your property

Posted by Nora Velazco on Tue, Mar 17, 2020 @ 05:03 AM

High-quality exterior decking is an excellent way to enhance the character and value of your home. Choose wisely and you can transform your yard or rooftop into an elegant, easy to maintain leisure space.

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Topics: Hardwood Decking

Should I Hire an Architect to Design My Deck?

Posted by Gina Honold on Tue, Mar 10, 2020 @ 05:03 AM

Decks have become outdoor extensions of the home. The humble platform deck of yesteryear has gone by the wayside in favor of multi-purpose decks that handle different uses. Now decks have covered sections, hot tubs, sinks and grills, and fireplaces. In order to build a deck with any of these items, you need blueprints for the contractors to follow when constructing the deck.

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Topics: Hardwood Decking

What is Thermally Modified Wood Decking and Siding?

Posted by Chris Nolan on Tue, Mar 3, 2020 @ 04:03 AM

There are many types of thermally modified woods. In general, the thermal modification process makes woods more stable, more rot resistant and longer lasting.  There are many thermally modified woods species and different thermal modification processes.  Thermally modified wood is an environmentally friendly high-performance option to consider for decking and siding projects.

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Topics: Thermally modified wood