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Pressure treated lumber isn’t the only choice for decking material today; however, treated timber is still an excellent choice for many homeowners due to its affordability, availability, durability and natural beauty.
Watch the slide show below to see the possibilities using pressure treated wood for your deck or screened porch.
Archadeck of West County and St. Charles County — located in St. Louis, Missouri — is a leading designer and builder for outdoor living spaces including decks, open and screened porches, screen rooms, patio enclosures, underdecking, shade pergolas, open and screened gazebos (and more).
We build with traditional woods (pressure treated, cedar, Tigerwood, Ipe, other hardwoods) and also state-of-the-art composite, vinyl and capstock decking products including TimberTech, AZEK, EverGrain, and others.
Visit our website, west-county.archadeck.com, to see hundreds of photos of our completed projects throughout St. Louis, St. Louis County, West County, St. Charles and St. Charles County in Missouri and parts of Illinois too.
Call us, 636.227.0800, to schedule a free estimate.
If you live outside of Greater St. Louis, visit archadeck.com for more locations.
In today’s market, there are limitless possibilities for custom deck designs and decking materials.
Outdoor living spaces, such as decks, can be designed and built using wood, composite, vinyl, capstock … and any combination thereof.
But here, let’s focus on the benefits of using pressure treated wood for decks, screened porches, and other outdoor spaces.
In short, pressure treated wood is not the only option for a deck or screened porch; however, it can make an excellent option. Read the rest of this entry »