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Les' Carpet & Drapery Installation Inc
(808) 935-9690
796 Hinano St
Hilo, HI
Fujitake S T Contracting Inc
(808) 959-6657
PO Box 4892
Hilo, HI
Endo Painting Service Inc
(808) 935-6962
45 Silva St
Hilo, HI
America Same Day Home Repair Service
(808) 933-9585
24 E Ohea St
Hilo, HI
Argus Building Supply
(808) 933-9441
107 Makaala St
Hilo, HI
Kitchen & Beyond
64 Wiwoole St
Hilo, HI
great customer service
Membership Organizations
Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce
Years in Business

Mochida Ivan Contracting Inc
(808) 934-9757
77 Kukila St
Hilo, HI
Mk Construction
(808) 938-5427
437 Ulu Mau Place
Hilo, HI
Tns Construction Inc
(808) 959-6024
474 Kalanikoa St Suite 202
Hilo, HI
Sears Home Services

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What are the Most Popular Deck Materials?

No house is truly complete without the addition of

a an outdoor deck or patio.  Before beginning a project like this, it is important to know what the most popular deck materials are and why they are so popular.  Pressure treated lumber is a common favorite, because it is chemically treated to resist rotting and to resist termite damage.

Typically made from yellow pine, pressure treated lumber is in inexpensive choice for those of us who are none too keen to the yearly maintenance often associated with deck care. 

Another material that is popular for its maintenance free status is the newer composite materials .  Made from a combination of wood pulp, sawdust, and binders, composite decking material offers an instant beauty that will last a lifetime.  One catch to this material is the price, which can easily reach two to three times that of regular wood. 

For a natural touch, red cedar is very popular, not only for the beauty of the wood itself but because red cedar is more durable than other wood in outdoor conditions, and it stands up well to the wear and tear of the outdoors.  Redwood is another popular deck material because of its resistance to decay.  The best grade of redwood to use is called ‘clear heart grade’ .  One thing to keep in mind when using natural wood outdoors is that each year, the decking must be pressure washed to remove debris and algae, and then, once dry, it needs...

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