Why choose AmeraDeck decking wood for your next outdoor project?
While most decking woods are naturally beautiful, and highly resistant to decay, there is one on the market that is praised for its ability to resist fire and its ability to last. AmeraDeck decking wood is a Grade A decking material mostly known for its uncanny ability to resist fire. In fact it has a Class A- fire rating, the highest rating it can receive for its fire resistance properties. Most will admit that the fire-resistance is a fine selling point for this type of decking wood; however, AmeraDeck decking wood has a lot more to offer than just being fire-resistant.AmeraDeck decking lumber provides the following benefits:
- It's extremely durable
- It's insect resistant
- It's fire resistant
- It's easy to work with by hand or machine
AmeraDeck is a composite decking material that is made out of recycled wood, fiber, and plastics. It has a unique blend of colorants, wood and mineral fillers. Some of these fillers include nylon, polyester and fiber glass to give it extra strength. AmeraDeck decking woods are some of the strongest and most versatile decking wood products on the market.
When you choose AmeraDeck decking lumber for your project, you have a selection of colors to choose from. These colors include:
- Weathered Wood
AmeraDeck is environmentally friendly.
There is a high demand for greener buildings and homes. AmeraDeck understands that demand, that's why they have partnered with Built Green to provide homeowners, builders and architects with more sustainable wood products that are meant to last. When you invest in AmeraDeck products you can feel good knowing you are doing something friendly for the environment. All AmeraDeck lumber meets the following qualifications to be classified as an environmentally friendly product:
- AmeraDeck ismade from recycled wood fiber and plastic
- AmeraDeck does not biodegrade in saltwater
- AmeraDeck has minimal to virtually no waste at the factory
- AmeraDeck does not leach toxins
- AmeraDeck has multiple LEED points and credits
When you choose an AmeraDeck lumber, you can rest assured your deck or outdoor patio will be built to last. In fact, AmeraDeck offers a 10 year limited warranty and it will cover splitting, rotting, splintering and decay and termite damage. Hopefully you will never have to use the warranty, but if you do, you can rest assured that you will get a high quality decking wood replacement.
Discover the AmeraDeck difference
When it comes to composite decking wood, some would say that nothing compares to AmeraDeck. What makes AmeraDeck different? AmeraDeck is composed of wood and mineral fillers; this formulation allows the decking lumber to have increased strength and stability, and strong UV protection. So it's safe to say that AmeraDeck lumber can withstand harsh weather conditions.
Working with AmeraDeck decking wood is fairly simple
AmeraDeck is fairly easy to work with by hand or machine. All you need is the right tools, and your deck or wood project will be finished in a cinch. In fact, all types of fasteners can be used when you are installing and applying AmeraDeck lumber. For the best results, the tools you should use with AmeraDeck lumber include, finish nails or screws, composite deck screws, galvanized fasteners, and carbide tipped blades.
When you install AmeraDeck wood, you will quickly discover that the durable decking wood has the following benefits:
- It has a natural wood appearance
- It is slip resistant
- It can resist scratches and stains
- It is dimensionally stable
- It will not sustain flames
Call one of our decking specialists and ask us about our AmeraDeck decking wood today!
Whether you want to purchase AmeraDeck lumber or explore our wide selection of composite decking lumber, plastic decking, and natural decking woods, we can help. Our decking specialists have years of experience helping residents and contractors pick the perfect decking woods and colors for their outdoor decking projects. Let us help you too. Call us now and ask one of our decking specialists about our other types of decking woods.