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Tigerwood Hardwood Deck in St. Louis, Chesterfield area by Archadeck

Tigerwood Deck, St. Louis West County, Chesterfield area by Archadeck

Outdoor living structures such as decks, porches and gazebos can be designed and built with a variety of hardwoods including Tigerwood, a handsome hardwood emulating the appearance of a tiger’s coat; thus, the name.

Exquisite in detail, Tigerwood displays vertical striped patterns of brown and red tones mixed with background highlights.

Other ‘exotic’ hardwoods or ‘tropical’ hardwoods (renewable resources imported mostly  from South America) are also popular and have an equally rich appearance bursting with visual impact.

Like Tigerwood, the benefits of these woods include: Read the rest of this entry »

Chesterfield Decks by Archadeck - Tigerwood

Tigerwood Deck in Chesterfield, Mo by Archadeck

Archadeck’s craftsmanship is unmatched and is displayed in this gorgeous deck floor design using Tigerwood hardwood decking.

Located in Chesterfield, Mo, this beautiful deck is unique and elegant.

Tigerwood hardwood is naturally strong, durable and sustainable.  It’s not surprising that Tigerwood is a top choice among customers for decks, deck railing, and deck stairs or other outdoor living structures.

Visit Archadeck of West County and St. Charles County and view other beautiful wood decks.

Tigerwood Decks, St. Louis Mo, by Archadeck

Tigerwood Deck in St. Louis Mo, by Archadeck

Tigerwood decking is a fine hardwood with exquisite detail.

Tigerwood, as its name suggests, emulates the look of a tiger’s coat with patterns of dark vertical stripes glazed with brown or red tones and lighter under parts.

From a contractor’s perspective, it is – without a doubt – one of the finest quality, distinctive and exotic hardwoods available on the market today.

From a customer’s perspective, Tigerwood is a highly regarded product because it’s strong, durable, great-looking, preservative-free and is naturally resistant to decay or dulling too. Read the rest of this entry »

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