DECKING PRODUCTS
Whether you are planning on a cedar deck or are thinking about using one of the low-maintenance composite or PVC decking products on the market, the products we promote and build with are the best in the industry. We feel it is our responsibility as a professional deck building company to know which products are the best on the market and which products are not. We provide our customers with this knowledge and expertise to help them make the very best decision possible. And, if by these statements you're wondering if there are products we WON'T build with...our answer is undeniably "YES, THERE ARE"!

We assist our customers in choosing the products we feel are best suited for them based on the location of their deck, the kind of use their deck will experience and the style of deck they want to build as well as advising them on which products are within their spending target. We strive to provide every customer with the truly custom deck they envision at a price they are comfortable paying.

Need help deciding between Cedar, Composite and PVC? Click here for some helpful tips and points to consider.

Please Note: Color swatches provided are for comparison purposes only. Actual colors of products may vary. Some deck products may not be carried by local lumber dealers and may be subject to "Special Order" pricing.
Western Red Cedar Decking

   • Cost competitive and affordable

   • Unsurpassed natural beauty

   • Naturally resistant to decay and insect damage

   • Stays cool to the touch in summer heat

   • Twice the stability of most commonly available softwoods

    "Western Red Cedar is pitch and resin-free. Which means it’s ideal for accepting and holding a wide range of beautiful finishes including elegant dark stains, shabby chic bleaches, traditional solid colors and naturally beautiful semi-transparents."

    "Although Western Red Cedar is a naturally durable wood ideal for decks, its performance is enhanced when protected by an appropriate finish."

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Brazilian Walnut Decking

   • Naturally strong, durable and decay/termite resistant

   • Dimensionally stable, knot free and do not need any preservative treatment

   • Lower maintenance than Western Red Cedar, but will still weather over time

   • Hardness is three times that of oak

    " Brazilian Walnut is generally a deep, rich brown with some pieces displaying red and amber hues. This exotic wood is one of the densest woods available, making it a great choice for decking.”

Brazilian Walnut
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TimberTech®Decking

   • Tough: Proprietary composite core surrounded with a protective polymer shell on all 4 sides

   • Enduring: Stands up to harsh weather; resists stains, scratches, and fading

   • Durable: Resists mold, mildew, and moisture damage

   • Low-maintenance: No annual sealing or staining required for protection

   • Protected: Comes with 30-year fade-and-stain and 30-year limited warranties

   • Choose from 3 beautiful color collections:
• Terrain: Texturized Decking in Natural Earthtone colors
• Tropical: Multi-Color Streaked Decking in Exotic Rich colors
• Legacy: Authentic Woodgrain Decking with the look and feel of handscraped hardwood flooring

Terrain Collection

Brown Oak
Silver Maple
Sandy Birch
Stone Ash
Rustic Elm

Tropical Collection

Antique Palm
Amazon Mist
Caribbean
Redwood
Antigua Gold

Legacy Collection

Tigerwood
Mocha
Pecan
Ashwood
Espresso
Whitewash
Cedar
Sapele
For More Product Information , please visit the TimberTech website:
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Deckorators® Decking

   • Capped with durable polymer technology

   • 25 Year Stain & Fade Warranty

   • 25 Year Structural Warranty and 25 Year Removal & Replacement Warranties

   • Low maintenance means no staining or sealing

   • Unique extrusion process results in stronger and more reliable deck board

   • Available in three stunning color collections:
• Classic: Solid, rich colors for a timeless design
• Vista: Rich woodgrains that resemble exotic hardwoods
• Heritage: Elegant decking that gives the feel of distressed wood flooring

Classic Collection

Gray
Redwood
Cedar
Walnut

Vista Collection

Ironwood
Driftwood
Sandalwood

Heritage Collection

Smokehouse
Riverhouse
Ciderhouse
For More Product Information , please visit the Deckorators website:
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Evergrain® Envision Decking

   • Made with the same deep grain beauty and performance-enhancing core materials as Evergrain® with an added layer of protection

   • Bonded in compression process for low maintenance and resistance to delamination

   • 20-year Limited Warranty against rotting, splintering, splitting and termite damage

   • 20-year Stain Resistance Limited Warranty to resist certain common food and beverage stains

   • Available in three alluring color collections:
• Distinction®: Multi-tinged colors that emulate the colors of natural wood
• Inspiration®: Subtly blended colors that evoke the character of real wood planks
• Expression®: Rich, solid colors for a classic look

Distinction Collection

Spiced Teak
Rustic
Walnut
Shaded
Auburn
Grey Wood

Inspiration Collection

Barnwood
Plank
Tangled
Twine
Weathered
Wicker

Expression Collection

Canyon
Ridge
Caribou
Brown
Harbor
Gray
Woodland
Bark
For More Product Information , please visit the Evergrain Envision website:
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Trex® Transcend® Decking

   • Protective shell shields against fade, stain, scratch, and mold

   • Hassle-free maintenance

   • Made from 95% recycled materials

   • 25 Year Limited Residential Fade & Stain Warranty

   • Available in two beautiful color collections:
• Premium Tropicals: Rich, multi-toned colors
• Classic Earth Tones: Natural woodgrain colors

Premuim Tropical Collection

Tiki Torch
Lava Rock
Spiced Rum
Havana Gold
Island Mist

Classic Earth Tones

Fire Pit
Gravel Path
Rope Swing
Vintage
Lantern
Tree House
For More Product Information , please visit the Trex website:
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Azek®PVC Decking

   • Long life/ durability

   • Low maintenance

   • Limited Lifetime Warranty

   • Mold, stain, split and scratch resistant

   • Easy to clean

   • Available in three color collections:
• Harvest: Classic, soft shades with minimal variegation
• Arbor: Warm, vibrant tones with moderate variegation
• Vintage: Dramatically variegated tones with wire-brushed visual appearance

Harvest Collection

Brownstone
Slate Gray
Kona
Island Oak
Autumn
Chestnut

Arbor Collection

Acacia
Hazelwood
Morado
Silver Oak
Brazilian
Walnut
Mountain
Redwood

Vintage Collection

Cypress
Mahogany
Dark Hickory
Weathered
Teak
Coastline
English
Walnut
For More Product Information , please visit the Azek website:
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Deckorators® EovationsDecking

   • 25 Year Stain & Fade Warranty

   • 25 Year Structural Warranty and 25 Year Removal & Replacement Warranties

   • Strong, lightweight & stable, delivering the industry's best strength-to-weight ratio

   • Made from a blend of polypropylene and mineral filler with NO wood fibers

   • Won't splinter, sag, crack or chalk

   • Available in three beautiful color collections:
• Frontier: Solid colors for a more traditional look
• Vault: Multi-toned, cathedral style variegation for a dramatic look
NEW IN 2019! Voyage: Bold colors with vertical grain variegation and enhanced traction

Frontier Collection

Prairie
Woodland
Summit

Vault Collection

Dusk
Mesquite
Hickory

Voyage Collection

Costa
Mesa
Sierra
Tundra
For More Product Information , please visit the Deckorators website:
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Wood vs. Composite/PVC
Many of our customers ask whether we recommend cedar or composite decking. We generally answer that question with a question of our own... "How much time do you want to spend enjoying your deck vs. working at keeping it looking nice?" For many homeowners, one of the biggest determining factors for any home improvement project is the cost. At this point in time, composite and PVC decking materials are still more expensive than cedar, but with the rising cost of all lumber, the gap is not as big as it used to be! We truly do not promote cedar over composite or vice versa. We want all of our customers to be happy with their choice of decking... today, tomorrow and well into the future, so we offer a few points for our customers to consider when making their decision:

   • How much time and/or money do you want to spend to keep your deck looking good every year?

   • What type of texture and colors are you interested in?

   • What is the environment of the area where your deck will be? (Shade, full sun, moist, etc.)

   • What kind of use will your deck be getting? Do you have kids, pets, lots of outdoor dining?

Other factors we feel customers need to evaluate when deciding which material to use are how much stain and scratch resistance they foresee they will need based on the type of traffic their deck will receive. Ultimately, it truly all comes down to what factors are most important to each, individual customer. Again, cost is almost always the biggest consideration, but the knowledge that a cedar deck will require more work (and money!) to maintain year after year than a composite deck is oftentimes the selling point for many customers in their decision. We want to note here that there are NO composite decks that are completely maintenance free. All of the composite and PVC decking materials on the market today do require some cleaning and maintenance each year. This "low" maintenance generally entails a good spring cleaning with an approved cleanser each year and keeping the deck free of organic materials throughout the year.
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