These days, shopping for decking materials is like trying to pick a unique grain of rice out of your bowl; they all look the same, feel the same, and generally all appear equal to each other. Though you may not be as picky when choosing a Chinese restaurants based on the uniformity of their rice dishes, you can ill afford to be as easy going about the material chosen to adjourn your deck. Let’s face it, the investment is substantially more on your deck, and the longevity and satisfaction has to last you more than an hour. With that in mind, The Deck Store is proud to present you with an all-new e-Book “7 Ways New Materials & Technology are Changing Deck Designing” ebook. This publication aims to provide you enough valid information to make a more informative decision about your next decking project, while simultaneously bringing you up to speed on the advancements that have taken place in the industry in the last 15 years.

The deck industry today is changing by leaps and bounds, and with ideas and innovations being featured on shows such as HGTV’s “Decked Out”, more and more alternative product options are making their way into the forefront. These materials are becoming more mainstream as the demand increases, and it’s important to not only be familiar with what is out there, but also to be able to find a builder that is experienced in their use.

If you’re like the majority of homeowners out there, you want to create your outdoor living space to resemble more than just a box with a railing and a few steps. You want to create your oasis, the place where you can entertain and relax and forget about the world on the other side of your sliding glass doors. Such a thing is invaluable, and our
eBook “7 Ways New Materials & Technology are Changing Deck Designing” can be the way for you to turn your dream backyard into reality!

Table of Contents

Introduction

Materials: Capped Composites, PVC and PVC with ASA

Colours: Deck Designers Dream

Fasteners: Designed to Work with Composite Materials

Railings: More Glass, Seamless, Open Look

Privacy Screens: Limited Only by the Designers Imagination

Deck Lights: Becoming Mandatory for Outdoor Steps

Roof Structures: Control Shading for Outdoor Space

Unique Features: Reflect the Personality of the Home Owner

Summary

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