Get incredible durability, easy maintenance, and lasting beauty with composite decking. Composite materials resist fading and staining, won’t scratch and are resistant to mold. It doesn’t rot, warp, or crack and is insect-proof and splinter-free which makes it safer for homeowners, their families, and their pets. And you’ll never have to spend another spring sanding a wood deck, painting or staining it, and sealing it. Just some soap and water and a composite deck will look like new.
Composite decking materials come in a variety of patterns and colors that can fit any outdoor design. Choosing a color for your composite decking and railing is an important decision. So before you commit to a shade and texture, request a sample to judge the color next to your home.
Thermory creates thermally-modified decking, cladding, and porch flooring out of sustainable, responsibly-harvested wood to deliver products that are unequaled in durability and will consistently exceed expectations.
Thermory creates real wood solutions that are exceptionally rot-resistant, highly functional and stunningly beautiful. They enhance the best qualities of natural wood, resulting in decking, cladding, and porch flooring that may just change the way you think about wood.
Thermory deck boards are designed, modified, and milled to create the perfect outdoor experience. Smooth to the touch, easy to maintain, and they won’t get hot, even during the warmest months of the year.
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From tropical hardwoods to domestic softwoods, the natural beauty provided by real wood grain is unmatched by any man-made product.
In areas such as the Northeast, it’s important for homeowners to consider the conditions a natural wood deck will experience, whether or not the deck will be covered, or the direction the deck will face, A wood deck that is exposed to direct sun in the afternoon will require more maintenance than a deck that is shaded in the afternoon.
Wood hardness is another factor to consider. A harder wood will resist rot, insects, and mold better than a softer wood.
Building codes require railings around decks. Homeowners are no longer limited if they decide to use wood or composite materials. There’s still an infinite number of colors, styles, and materials that can be incorporated into the posts, railings, and spindles to achieve the level of safety that is required and get the look you desire.
There are many reasons homeowners install fencing. You may be adding it to increase the security around your property or adding a layer of privacy that separates your family from the neighbors. You may be creating a better space where your children and pets can play, or adding a decorative aspect to your yard. Whatever the reason, we have many types of fencing and material options to choose from.
If your concern is safety or privacy, heavier materials will be needed to construct a fence that will discourage intruders from entering, protect your children while they’re playing outside, or keep you from noticing how untidy or poorly manicured your neighbors’ yard might be.
If the fence is for your pets, the size and number of them may determine the type of fence that is installed.
Deck Construction Supplies
While it seems like a small part of residential construction, there is a lot that goes into building a deck that is safe and will meet local building codes. Our retail locations carry concrete, sonotubes, bigfoots, Simpson Strong-Tie connectors, lumber, and much, much more.
Call any of our locations today to speak to one of our specialists about what you’ll need to get your decking project started and what materials you’ll need in order to get it completed.