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Quality Decking MaterialsAre you looking for top-quality Ellenton decking materials? At Priority Marine Construction, we supply some of the most recognizable and reliable brands and materials around to help construct your future deck. We know that everyone has different tastes and needs when constructing a customize-able product. We also understand that our clients seek options when it comes to both cost and functionality. Our goal is to find a perfect solution to what many of our clients want in a deck and guide them in a direction that will allow them to best utilize it for years to come.

Rather than going to a warehouse filled to the brim with different types of materials, sometimes without many guides to go off of, let Priority Marine help you decide how to meet your needs for your deck best. We analyze what would best suit your area and how you envision the final product to look and function. The quality of our Ellenton decking materials is evident when we present them to our clients. We don’t simply supply you with miscellaneous wood planks; we help you with the overall process from start to finish, guaranteeing the craftsmanship and quality of each material used in the construction.

To emphasize the quality of the type of Ellenton decking material we provide, you need to know how you can benefit from it. For example, one of the most common and least expensive materials used in building a deck is pressure-treated wood. PT lumber is a widely used material on decking projects and is easily understood to be universal for most construction jobs. This product is easy to cut and drill holes into, making this material highly beneficial in more ways than one. While it is made out of safe chemicals to preserve and maintain its structure, it needs to be constantly inspected due to its warping and cracking.

There are other woods to consider as well for Ellenton decking materials. Even though they are potentially more costly than the pressure-treated option, exotic and softwoods offer strength and distinction. Redwood and cedar, examples of softwood, are not chemically treated due to their natural resistance to many of the elements and some insects. On the other hand, exotic woods are harder to cut and can be difficult to work with; yet, they are valued for their extreme durability and resilience to natural ailments, much like softwoods.

If you are looking for something other than a plank of natural wood, look into obtaining composite decking. While man-made, composite materials grow in popularity and quickly become the most commonly used material, second to PT wood. Compared to other types of supplies, these products are weather-resistant, rot and warp-free, comprised of recycled plastic, and don’t cause splinters. Even though they are low-maintenance materials, they still are prone to mold and mildew and develop decay and require inspection.

Overall, the wide array of materials available at Priority Marine are affordable and high in quality. As contractors well versed in all methods related to marine building, we are capable of creating an effective plan of action to help you build your dream deck. The assistance of our professional and experienced associates will help guide you to top-quality Ellenton decking materials available for immediate use.

See how you can benefit from our top of the line materials, contact Priority Marine Construction today at (727) 447-1373.