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Building your dream home or adding outdoor space to your existing home? Buying decking has never been easier. You can rest easy knowing you have the right deck materials for the job at the best price. We have provided materials for over 57,000 contractors and homeowners for projects big and small. Going with RMFP allows you to get the best selection at the best price. We look forward to passing on our expertise to you and making your deck the envy of the neighborhood.
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Why should I use cedar for my decking solution?
Cedar has the smallest environmental footprint of any other building material. Additionally, it is both renewable and biodegradable. Cedar is an incredibly strong yet lightweight material that allows any homeowner or contractor to shape their deck into any design that he or she chooses. There are different grades of cedar, so give us a call to learn what grade is best for you. When a timelessly natural look is the top priority for a homeowner, cedar decking is an easy choice!
How are exotic hardwoods different from other decking materials?
- Unparalleled Beauty– The distinctive grains and colors that are found in exotic hardwood are impossible to beat. Regardless of the look desired- contemporary, rustic, or distinctive – there is an exotic hardwood species that will accommodate the project.
- Durability– Exotic hardwoods are considerably more dense and durable than ANY other wood decking. These woods will endure abuse from patio furniture, grills, pets, and foot traffic far better than cedar or redwood.
- Quality– Exotic hardwoods naturally have very few branches. This results is a finished piece of lumber that has almost no knots, or is “clear” as we say in the lumber business. In addition to the lack of knots, all of our exotic hardwood decking is kiln dried. That means each piece of decking will be more stable with less warping, twisting, or crooking.
What does ‘checking’ mean?
During the drying process, the ends and surfaces dry first and this means that they shrink. But, the core remains swollen. The different rates of drying cause cracking at the ends and surface of the lumber. This reaction is called “checking”. Why does this matter? A relatively small amount of checking is deemed acceptable under the grading rules for lumber and the amount allowed, varies by grade. The amounts allowed are based upon the effect that these defects have on various strength properties of wood.
How do I clean and maintain my composite deck?
Composite decking materials are pretty resilient. Clean your deck at least twice each year to remove pollen, organic debris, dirt or stains. Generally, a broom or a blower will work better than a hose for removing scattered organic materials like leaves. Over time, especially with kids and pets, the deck may become soiled. Dislodge accumulated dirt with a broom or by using soap and water with a scrub brush. Scrubbing in the direction of the grain is best. Afterwards, thoroughly rinse off the entire surface with a garden hose.
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