Color Coated Heads
With 18 colors, many specially created for the newest deck boards on the market, Headcote offers the best color match possible. Headcote is available in both Grade 305 and 316 stainless steel.
No Sanding Required
Gorman manufactures high quality ESLP products in a variety of lengths and sizes in multiple patterns. These products have a natural beauty with soft edges and a smooth finish.
Doug Fir timbers are dimensionally stable and holds up well against wind and storms.
How It Works
DeckFast screws come in stainless steel and epoxy-coated hardened steel for superior corrosion resistance.
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Prefinished Lap Siding & Trim
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Cedar wood produces lengths of timber with straight grain, which makes it easy to cut, saw and nail. A cedar timber is highly resistant to splitting and its heartwood has natural decay resistance. The low density of cedar gives a superior insulation value. It is light weight, easy to work with, easy to finish and possesses outstanding dimensional stability.
Easy to Work With
Cedar railing is naturally resistant to rot and decay. This softwood can be easily cut, shaped, planed, nailed, glued, and sanded.
Cedar is moisture resistant and comes in various textures, colors and sizes. It is available in several lumber grades, including clear and knotty grades. Well-maintained cedar has a life expectancy of 40 years. Durable Western Red Cedar is the most commonly used variety of cedar for fences and gates.
Cedar doesn’t readily absorb moisture – and, since moisture is what creates twisting and splitting, cedar decking tends to lie flat and straight. Western Red Cedar decking has unique, natural performance characteristics and exceptional beauty that bring warmth, character, and longevity to deck projects.
How It Works
The screws attach directly to the joist, reducing board movement, and can be easily removed when you need to replace the board.