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On many decks, the decking plays a big role in keeping the entire structure square.
Wood decking will continue to account for the majority of decking demand in volume and value terms.
If you've bought a decking kit, marking it out should stop you from being disappointed with the end result because you'll have a good idea of what you're getting.
Alternative decking materials will continue to lead the decking market in terms of yearly gains through 2011, according to the report, further eroding the market share of wood materials.
The Hamilton-based firm, run by Bryan Logue and George Wann, relaunched as Decking Direct earlier this year, but the directors have years of experience in the trade.
Now Cuprinol has added to its decking care range to ensure that decked areas can be kept in tiptop condition all year round.
The popularity of decking in recent years is largely thanks to the fact that it provides such an attractive and functional focal point, yet can be installed by those with only basic DIY carpentry skills.
If they are too hot underfoot, the decking can irritate--and even injure--people and pets.
PRESSURE-TREATED WOOD: This is a decking material made with pine or fir shavings that's tinted green or brown and pressured or molded to look somewhat like real wood at about a third of the cost.
For these and other reasons, given what we know at this time, we would strongly oppose decking over West Street.
I just don't go down that path," says Randy Varga, owner of Decking Northwest in Portland, Ore.