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When you hear the word 'deck' what do you think about? 

When the word ‘deck’ is mentioned, most people think of a traditional wood deck, and for good reason. Wood is a beautiful, versatile, and durable product.

It lends warm visual appeal to outdoor spaces… and it even feels good under bare feet! Ring’s End offers popular wood decking choices in-stock, including pressure-treated lumber, cedar, and Ipe (ironwood, a tropical hardwood). Our experienced salespeople can answer your questions about wood decking options and help you create a deck that looks great, expands your living space, and adds value to your home.

Deck Boards

Deck boards form the surface of the deck. The most common dimensions a radius-edged 5/4 nominal thickness by six inch nominal width , with varing lengths available.

Deck Tiles

Wood deck tiles can be a perfect solution for giving a tired wood deck a stylish, easy-to-install facelift. Ring’s End can special-order these versatile products.

Structural Elements

Deck framing (joists, posts, beams) requires sturdy wood, often with ground contact or below grade levels of treatment for pressure-treated lumber.

How To Select Wood Decking For Your Home

Choosing wood decking involves balancing aesthetics with budget. In general, pressure-treated lumber is an affordable option; it can be stained and sealed to look good and to reduce maintenance concerns. Western red cedar may be preferable for the visible deck boards. A pretty, naturally durable wood that weathers into a lovely gray color, it is more costly than most pressure-treated lumber. Tropical hardwoods such as ipe (ironwood) are beautiful, extremely strong and durable, and relatively expensive. Visiting Ring’s End decking displays can help you compare the appearance, qualities, and costs of wood decking.

If you're choosing deck boards yourself:

  1. Look for pressure-treated boards stamped 'select', which means a grade with few knots or blemishes.
  2. Sight down each board to avoid warped, twisted, or cupped boards; avoid wet boards.
  3. Consider using pressure-treated boards for structural elements and upgrading to cedar or tropical hardwood for the deck boards proper.
  4. When buying cedar boards, select boards cut from the heartwood.
  5. If you choose a tropical hardwood like ipe, remember that its density makes it harder to work with and that a dark colored wood. Is not the color that will remain. With Sunlight Ipe turns a beaurtiful silver color that does not to be maintained.
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