WARNING: READ THE LABEL
Labels are some of the most important written documents on any product you purchase. They show what's inside, what it's made of, and most importantly how to use it, including warnings about what improper use can cause.
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REFINISHING ALL DECKS, EVEN COMPOSITES
Decks built with wood look beautiful year in and year out because of the wood's natural properties. Wood surfaces can be sanded to remove surface debris without adversely affecting the core of each board. Synthetics, on the other hand, require a more rigorous process.
DECK PLANTER BOX - EASY WEEKEND PROJECT
There are many uses for the exotic hardwood decking offered by AdvantageLumber.com. A fast and easy way to add life and personality to your deck is to build a planter box using any of our exotic woods like Ipe, Cumaru, or Tigewood. This DIY project is perfect for spring.
WHY IS VENTILATION IMPORTANT?
A lot of people ask how much space they need under their deck, or if extra ground clearance is even necessary. At AdvantageLumber.com, we recommend at least 18 inches of open air under the joists. Anything less is risky. But why? The reasons vary and are dependent upon what material the deck is being built on: concrete, soil, gravel, etc.
WOOD OF THE MONTH: ALDER
Alder grows in abundance throughout the western United States. This domestic wood is easy to work with and mimics the look of other hardwoods. Prized for its color, grain and workability, Alder is a highly sought after wood for flooring as well.
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