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Tigerwood Deck by Archadeck, St. Louis

Tigerwood Deck by Archadeck, St. Louis – displays floor board pattern

There’s nothing that equals the beauty of wood… wood floors, wood furniture, wood decks and other outdoor living structures built using wood.

Appealing characteristics of wood include aesthetics, durability and the utter uniqueness of each and every board.

In addition to pressure treated lumber and cedar, contractors can use Tigerwood, Ipe and other natural woods for decks, porches, pergolas and gazebos.

Yet with today’s composite and vinyl decking materials, builders can also design a deck, or other outdoor structure, to simulate the look of wood — complete with deck board ‘streaking’ … a ‘look’ that was previously unique only to natural woods.

So let’s take a look at several options that are the ‘real-wood-deal’ as well as decking materials that ‘capture’ the ‘look and feel’ of real wood. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wood deck designs are affordable, attractive, durable, and versatile; thus, wood decks remain a popular choice in the St. Louis region.

Along with newer generation composite and vinyl decking materials, beautiful solid wood is a great product for outdoor living spaces.

See a few examples of handsome wood decks by Archadeck in the slideshow below… Read the rest of this entry »

As mentioned in our previous post, a recent architectural survey reports that 94% of respondents desire living spaces outside the house with features including a comfortable place to sit and enjoy the outdoors, relax, entertain, and dine — daytime or in the evening hours.

Take a look at popular outdoor living trends for 2012 in the Archadeck slideshow below… Read the rest of this entry »

Tigerwood Decks, St. Louis Mo by Archadeck

Tigerwood Hardwood Deck by Archadeck, St. Louis

As seen here, a hardwood deck has a gorgeous appearance, is rich in beauty and synonymous with elegance.

Hardwoods, including Tigerwood, will never go out of style and are a popular, eco-friendly material choice for deck and porch designs in the Greater St. Louis area.

Highlighted features include: a smooth surface, distinctive in appearance and color rich; exceptional quality that is dense and resistant to scratches; simple to clean and maintain; long life span with gentle weathering characteristics; a ‘green’ renewable resource; synthetic free; natural protective properties; resistant to insects, rot and decay. Read the rest of this entry »

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 »

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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