It’s already February, and you’re likely to have started entertaining new patio and deck designs for your home. However, it can be challenging to navigate the many possibilities available to you. If you’re intimidated by the wealth of choices, or if you’re stuck on a design idea, Rick’s Custom Fencing and Decking wants to share some deck and patio tendencies that are proven to last well into the new year:
Port Orford cedar decking – wood you can depend on
It’s no secret that cedar has proven to be a capable choice for patio and deck designs. Locally-grown Port Orford cedar is light yet sturdy, and resistant to rot and insects – small wonder that cedar is one of the most popular decking materials available. Port Orford cedar is also easily customizable, and has been a homeowner’s most reliable resource in creating inventive deck designs.
There’s no question that cedar has proven its worth, and a Port Orford cedar deck will remain to do so for the years to come.
Tigerwood decking – durable and beautiful
Homeowners looking to up the “wow-factor” with their 2014 patio and deck designs but who also want to remain environmentally conscious should look no further than Tigerwood decking. Using hardwood exported from specially-managed forests in Brazil, Tigerwood decking can provide quality, low-maintenance deck design options to make an exotic and eco-friendly addition to your home.
Patio and deck benches – relaxation in mind
Decks and patios make for attractive outdoor living spaces all year round, but sometimes you just want somewhere to relax. Patio and deck benches allow you to kick back and enjoy some well-deserved weekend downtime. Benches will not only add an attractive decorative element to your patio or deck designs, but they can also supplement a deck or patio with comfort and functionality.
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