Decking and Fencing

From Brazilian hardwoods to durable and long-lasting composites, we offer a wide variety of decking and fencing options for all tastes and budgets.

Our Brands & Natural Woods

  • Ipê 
  • Batu
  • Cedar
  • Redwood
  • Brazilian Hardwoods


The manufacturing of composite materials is a combination of plastic and wood pulp. Advances over the years have made the wood grain appearance more realistic and there are a broader selection of sizes and colors. Many manufactures sell a product that includes a thin PVC skin that surrounds each board, increasing the durability of the deck and protecting it from insects, water, and rot. In addition it is well-suited for harsh weather conditions found in mountain communities.

Benefits of Composite

  • Low maintenance with no staining required
  • A warranty is typically guaranteed by the composite manufacturer
  • Offers versatility with an array of textures, grains, color and sizes
  • Many composite brands are either scratch, stain and/or fade resistant making them durable.Materials used in most composite decking systems are environmentally friendly, made from recycled material

Natural Wood

Various types of wood can be used for decking, including Redwood, Cedar, and a variety of different Brazilian Hardwoods. Although these products need to be stained every few years, the show the natural beauty of the various woods. Redwood continues to be the most popular product due to its reasonable cost and natural longevity.

Benefits of Natural Wood

  • Beauty of natural wood
  • Wood decks are available in several grades and species giving variety and affordability
  • Typically less expensive than composite materials
  • Decks made out of wood are compatible with almost all railing systems