TimberTech Deck with Radiance Rail in St. Louis County by Archadeck

TimberTech Deck with Radiance Rail in St. Louis County by Archadeck

Archadeck is America’s #1 deck builder with expertise in deck design and deck building; therefore, we’re proud to be a Premier Partner with TimberTech, a prestigious decking manufacturer and industry leader.

TimberTech is a quality producer of low maintenance composite decking, capped composite decking, vinyl decking, railing, lighting and Drysnap under deck drainage.

TimberTech paired with Archadeck and you’ve got a winning combination.

Their products are recognized for beauty and functionality with stylish designs, an array of colors and notable durability.  With today’s emphasis on sustainability, the company is also acknowledged for innovation in environmentally friendly decking and accessories.

St. Louis TimberTech Evolutions Decks by Archadeck

TimberTech Evolutions Deck by Archadeck in St. Louis West County

As an example, TimberTech ‘Evolutions’ is a proprietary composite decking product, emulating the handsome and warm style of natural hardwoods.

This composite decking material has a fully protected shell and is scratch, stain, and fade resistant.

Deck design becomes truly customized by mixing and matching color choices for primary decking, accent decking, deck railings, balusters, post caps and deck skirting.

St. Charles Decks by Archadeck - TimberTech

TimberTech Deck with Aluminum Railing in St. Charles County by Archadeck

To see innovation and ‘evolutions’ in deck design by Archadeck, visit our website. 

Click on the photo galleries to see TimberTech projects including:  decks, railing and stairs, porches, lighting (and more!) throughout Greater St. Louis including St. Louis County, West County, St. Charles and St. Charles County.

Archadeck and TimberTech.. now that’s innovation!

*In addition to TimberTech, Archadeck partner manufacturers for composite and vinyl decking include AZEK, Trex, EverGrain, Fiberon and others.  Archadeck also designs and builds outdoor living spaces using wood and hardwoods;  Ipe, Tigerwood, cedar, pressure treated lumber.

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