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Is A Rooftop Deck Worth the Investment?

Posted by Liza Sivek on Tue, Oct 20, 2020 @ 04:10 AM

There is a lot to consider when planning a rooftop deck, but is it worth it? The answer is a definite YES. Rooftop decks provide a return on your investment when done right and with the right materials.

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Topics: Rooftop Decks

10 Solid Reasons Deck Builders Use Ipe Decking

Posted by Liza Sivek on Tue, Oct 13, 2020 @ 05:10 AM

Choosing Ipe decking material says a lot about you and your business. As tough as it is beautiful, Ipe is a smart choice for residential and commercial projects alike. Here are the top 10 reasons why deck builders prefer Ipe decking - and 3 reasons why they don’t.

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Topics: Ipe Decking, Ipe lumber

Pura NFC Sidings are Ideal for Pacific Northwest

Posted by Chris Nolan on Tue, Oct 6, 2020 @ 05:10 AM

If you have ever been to the Pacific Northwest, you will probably agree that it is majestic. The mountains, the trees, rivers, forests, and the rugged coastline are all spectacular. There is lots of rainfall, so everything is lush and green. People love wood siding, but the wet weather in Washington and Oregon is especially tough on outdoor woods.

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Topics: Trespa, Pura NFC siding

Stylish Hardwood Decking Ideas For Your Home

Posted by Nora Velazco on Tue, Sep 29, 2020 @ 05:09 AM

With natural aesthetic beauty, long-lasting durability, and all-round affordability, a stylish hardwood deck adds character and definition to your home or deck design. Hardwood decking gives you the opportunity to customize your outdoor living space with a natural wood, adding an extra dimension and your own personality, while increasing the value of your home.

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Topics: Ipe Decking, Rooftop Decks, decking, dream deck, inspiring deck ideas, hardwood decks

Architect Chooses Climate-Shield Rainscreen for New Home

Posted by Chris Nolan on Tue, Sep 22, 2020 @ 04:09 AM

Have you ever wondered what architects choose to clad their new home designs? And why? Most designers will handle their choice of materials in much the same way they would with any of their clients. First, they determine what is most important to their client and why. Then they work together to establish a design concept, an initial budget, more detailed drawings and ultimately a construction schedule.

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Topics: Rain Screen, rainscreen design