Decking Materials for Your Home

If you are looking to add or redo an existing deck, Friel Lumber has all the decking materials you need for the job. We carry the top brands so you have a deck that will last. We also carry post deck covers, caps, paints, stains, and railings in many different styles. Contact us today to learn more about what we have and how we can help you.

Wood decking in IPE, Cedar, and Treated are available for both decking and railing.

Decking Brands

  • AZEK
  • Fiberon

  • TimberTech
  • Trex

Railing Brands

  • Deckorators
  • Endurance
  • Fairway
  • Feeney Cable
  • Fiberon

  • HB&G
  • Intex
  • Shoreline
  • TimberTech
  • Trex

Featured Brand

FiberonFiberon produces composite decking with all the warmth and beauty of natural wood. Their decking also is easier to maintain, more durable, and longer lasting than wood. You can learn more about how it’s made on their YouTube channel.

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    Timbertech
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    Shoreline Vinyl Systems
    Trex Decking
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    Fairway
    Feeney Cable
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    How do you build a deck?

    That depends on the specific of what you want. We are able to recommend local carpenters and construction companies that can help you if you are unfamiliar with how to build a deck.

    What is a composite deck material?

    Composite deck material is typically made of sawdust or fine wood particles and recycled plastics. Ever wonder where old TVs and milk jugs go? That is right! It is made by putting it under heat and pressure to encapsulate the wood in the plastic. This makes composite decking a more environmentally friendly product.

    Is composite decking more expensive?

    Depends. You need to look at upfront costs plus long term care. Composite decking is more expensive upfront but over time, the maintenance costs are significantly lower. You don’t have nearly the repair and replacement costs you may have with wood. Although, composite does have the ability to stain depending on what is split on it and you just need to make sure the have the appropriate cleaner.

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