railing

  1. Trex Transcend: A Durable, Low-Maintenance Railing Option For Your Deck

    Trex Transcend: A Durable, Low-Maintenance Railing Option For Your Deck

    If you're looking for a modern, low-maintenance railing system for your deck, the Trex transcend deck railing system is a great option. This railing is made of durable materials that will not rust or rot, and it is available in a variety of colors to match your deck.

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  2. Complete Guide For Building a Deck [Updated for 2023]

    Guide For Building a Deck

    Building a deck can add value to your home and increase your living space without the expense of adding an additional room to your house.

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  3. Tuscany Westbury Railing Product Spotlight

    Tuscany Westbury Railing Product Spotlight

    You finally have your dream deck constructed now you want or need to add a railing to finish your project. With the many options out there you may be overwhelmed with what to choose. Sure Trex, Fortress, and Regal are all great options but let's talk about one of the most popular railing kits we carry, Westbury Tuscany aluminum railing.

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  4. Trex Signature Railing Product Spotlight

    Trex Signature Railing Product Spotlight

    Trex Signature Railing adds a modern contemporary touch to your deck. It's a strong, long-lasting, and customizable railing that will make your outdoor living space looks great for years to come.

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  5. How to Build and Design a Ground Level Deck

    How to Build and Design a Ground Level Deck

    Ground-level decks cost less and are easier to build than other standard decks. Here is what you should know before you begin designing your new deck.

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  6. 10 Deck Design Ideas for Your Next Project

    10 Deck Design Ideas for Your Next Project

    Get inspired with these deck design ideas, you will be able to turn your outdoor living space into a relaxing getaway for you and your family.

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  7. New Deck vs. Re-Deck

    New Deck vs. Re-Deck

    This is a guest post from LBM Journal:

    I've been in this industry for 29 years, and if there is one thing I've noticed it's that there are a large number of decks in the U.S. that are more than 20 years old. A lot of homeowners are looking to update their outdoor living space this year—and that's why they come to you. Now, a great deal has happened in the last 20 years: codes have changed and building materials are evolving and enhancing every few years. For that very reason, when a customer comes into the store wanting to salvage and rebuild their existing deck, there are some key considerations.

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  8. Top 10 Deck Building Trends

    Top 10 Deck Building Trends

    This is a guest post from LBM Journal:

    It can be a challenge when someone comes into your store asking about products and trends. If you want to make the sale, you certainly want to be as knowledgeable as you can. They might present you with questions such as, “What are the most popular colors?” “What else can I do to enhance my outdoor living space?” and “What are the best products to use for what type of deck I'm looking to build?” The questions are endless, and that's why you've got to be prepared to answer questions about the latest trends for the current season.

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  9. Deck Railing Materials: What You Need to Know

    Deck Railing Materials: What You Need to Know

    Just like deciding what material to use to build your deck, when choosing a railing you have just as many, and sometimes even more options to choose from. Deck railing comes in all kinds of colors, materials, and shapes. This article will walk you through the most popular options and why you might want to choose each one.

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  10. Do I Need to Install a Deck Railing?

    Do I Need to Install a Deck Railing?

    If your deck is low to the ground or even in contact with the ground you do not need to install a deck railing. You will soon realize during your deck build that different areas have different standards and codes so this article will walk you through what you need to do.

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