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About Deck Materials
A deck is flat surface that is elevated from the ground. It is usually connected to a building capable in supporting weight. There are types of decks that are seen everywhere. It can be seen in residential, large buildings, and boardwalks. In order to build a deck, materials are needed to construct this flat surface. Decks are made from treated lumber, composite materials and other hardwood materials. There have been artificial deck materials available in the market recently as an alternative to wood. They are often called "wood-plastic composites." The most basic deck material is wood. It is the most popular material available because of its long-lasting quality and the most economical way of building a deck. The wood is treated and the type of wood used is a Southern yellow pine. Some areas use a different type of wood depending on the availability. A Southern yellow pine is a greenish-colored type of wood and it becomes honey brown before fading it to gray. Redwood is a soft kind of wood that varies from a light red to a dark reddish-brown. Mahogany is a medium to dark red colored wood and few type of mahogany are used: the Honduras Mahogany, which is the true mahogany, and Philippine mahogany. This wood comes in different grades and dimensions. Some local retailers carry this type of wood and it already contains a built-in water repellent or is re-dried. Wood materials also have a chemical preservative and pressure treated. They offer a warranty against decay and termite damage. Some materials don't need any chemical preservatives like Redwood and Mahogany for they are very high resistant to decay. A wood material can be built by yourself or have a professional built it for you. The wood decking material can be painted or stained.
J & P Polly Decks/Drives
, Houston, TX 77001(281) 460-6621 Write a review
Isc Building Materials
14343 Interdrive E, Houston, TX 77032(281) 590-6000 Write a review
Ascend Performance Materials
600 Travis St, Houston, TX 77002(713) 236-8943 Write a review
Campbell Concrete & Materials
914 Mayo Shell, Galena Park, TX 77547(713) 674-1997 Write a review
Decker X-Ray Co
5800 Corporate Dr N Alb, Houston, TX 77002(713) 778-0690 Write a review
Johnson International Materials
5800 Corporate Dr N Alb, Houston, TX 77002(713) 672-6364 Write a review
Johnson International Materials
1234 Kress St, Houston, TX 77020(713) 672-6364 Write a review
Premier Materials Inc
1234 Kress St, Houston, TX 77020(281) 463-9196 Write a review
Campbell Concrete & Materials Lp
1234 Kress St, Houston, TX 77020(281) 353-8662 Write a review
C&b Acoustical & Drywall Materials Inc
15522 N Brentwood St, Channelview, TX 77530(281) 457-0095 Write a review
The Home Depot
10600 Eastex Freeway , Houston, TX 77093(713) 699-0965 Write a review
Ez Waste Inc.
10217-C WALLISVILLE RD , Houston, TX 77013(713) 514-0255 Write a review
More on Deck Materials
Some consumers don't like wood decking materials for they age in year's time plus the durability it takes. There are alternatives to wood decking materials called Composite decking materials. Unlike wood, composite materials have a wide range of colors, textures, and installation systems available. The price for the composite deck material is 1.5-3 times the cost of wood. There are types of composite decking. The Evergrain decking is a composite decking material made with compression. It is composed of plastic and wood fiber that resembles real wood that doesn't require painting or staining and it is also slip-resistant. A Weather-ready material is composed of a cellular PVC material that is stain and scratch-resistant. Most of these composite deck materials can be built by you depending on its installation system. Local retailers sell different types of decking materials. The price varies on the product chosen and whether it is wood or a composite, it is all up to the consumer which type of deck materials they want to choose. These are the things that a consumer should consider before the whole deck building construction begins.