Decks & Balconies

Redwood, Ipe Heartwood or Composite Decking ?

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Ipe Decking

Ipe is an incredibly durable wood!

Balcony Lift

Firewood Lift

Composite Decking

Picking the right Composite Decking material

Redwood is the most popular decking material

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Redwood Decking

Adding a new Deck or Balcony can add lasting beauty to your home if they

are built correctly. Without proper planning, appropriate building materials

and counter flashing to isolate the deck framing from the house, your  

investment could lead to costly repairs to your home in the future!

         

There are many new building materials and products on the market today for the

homeowner to choose from when planning a Deck or Balcony. From the standard

redwood deck, composites like Trex and Timber Tech, hardwoods like Ipe, along

with pressure treated lumber for the framing, proper flashing and deck spacers, your

deck will be a good investment and can add lasting beauty and value to your home!

               

With over 30 years experience, Reite Construction can help you with the

planning, design,and construction phases of your project.

We build our Decks and Balconies with the highest quality of

workmanship and attention to details that will protect your investment

while keeping the project on time an budget.

       

          Call for a free consultation to discuss your project with a licensed professional today.

Installing a Dumbwaiter or Lift Kit will enhance any deck and balcony by delivering food

and drinks to your guests on the deck upstairs or Sunday brunch to your sunny balcony.

     

The Lift Kit is the ideal tool for firewood, it can be installed to the side of your deck

or home and relieve you from the laborious task of lugging firewood up the stairs.

          

The Dumbwaiter and Lift Kits can deliver up to 500 lbs of groceries, firewood, laundry,

luggage or any thing else you can think of....from one level to the next!!

It's hard to beat the natural beauty of a redwood deck with it's deep rich color.

Redwood has a natural resilience to termites, dry rot and mold. It is also

very economical and easy to work with compared to Ipe or composite decking.

       

Redwood does require a certain amount of maintenance to maintain its natural beauty.

Although with its resilience to termites, dry rot and mold it is not impervious to them.

A good sealer or stain can add many years to the life of your deck if done on a regular basis.

If you're looking for beauty, ease to work with and economical, redwood is a good choice.

It's dense cell structure serves as a natural deterrent to termites, dry rot and mold.

Because of this natural resilience, Ipe is often the first choice for decking

because of its almost unparalleled ability to stand up to the elements.

     

More than just durable, Ipe is also very pleasing to the eye.

With a Class A fire rating, the same class as fire-retardant steel.

For  durability, safety and beauty, Ipe makes an excellent choice.

There are a multitude of Composite Decking types, styles and colors on the market today.

With so many to choose from the homeowner should have no problem finding one they like.

Many come with matching trim pieces, such as handrails, fascia boards and balusters.

       

The one thing most composites decking materials have in common is that they are

impervious to termites, dry rot and mold. So if your looking for a long lasting

low maintenance deck, composite decking is a solid choice to consider.