Just finished installing this Timbertech Radiance Rail in Coastal White, and replaced some fascia boards on the steps. The fascia is Azek PVC in the the Silver Oak color. I love this white railing! Really sets the home off, and looks very inviting. Would love to go sit with these customers on that porch, and have a cup of coffee. The Silver Oak fascia is very nice shade of grey. All of the materials shown are from McCabe Lumber, courtesy of our salesman, Rick Wedding. If your deck or porch needs some TLC, give us a call for a free estimate!
Almost finished with this 10' x 47' patio level deck. Still need some finishing touches here and there, but wanted to share this view! I like how the homeowner chose to go with something like an observatory deck, because who needs all of the other deck frills with a view like that?! Just a nice wide open space to enjoy it. All of the treated lumber materials was purchased at McCabe Lumber, courtesy of our salesman, Rick Wedding. Give us call for your free estimate!
This is a 14' x 20' treated lumber deck with clipped corners. The clipped corners add a nice irregular shape to the deck, and the customers opted to use the round, black, aluminum balusters instead of the classic 2"x2" wood balusters. I think they add a classy touch to any wood railing system. All of the treated lumber for the framing, decking and railing is Southern Yellow Treated Pine #1, and courtesy of our salesman, Rick Wedding at McCabe Lumber. The aluminum balusters came from American One Fence and Railing in Royalton. Fill out our information form on this website or call us for a free estimate.
We finished this 16' x 20' floating/freestanding patio deck with a 3' x 4' platform step. This customer also wanted 2, 6' x 4' privacy panels, with 3/4" treated horizontal and vertical heavy duty lattice.....better for growing vines. The square planter box to the right outside of the deck, is 4' wide x 5'7" long, x 2' high. We did order a small pool liner to place over some old scrap composite for the bottom of the planter box. This will help with the moisture from watering the plants that will be inside of it, and prolong the box's lifespan. Southern Yellow treated pine #1 was used in all aspects of the framing, decking, panels and planter box. All treated lumber courtesy of our salesman, Rick Wedding at McCabe Lumber. Give us a call or fill out our free estimate form on this website.
Trex is offering a deal to ANY customer whom currently has ANY BRAND of old composite decking materials installed on your existing deck, to be eligible for a rebate, if you upgrade to Trex Transcends. This offer will end June 30th, 2012, and must be installed no later than August 31st, 2012. Your rebate form would then need to be submitted by September 15th, 2012 to receive your rebate. This is truly an awesome deal.....the colors that the Trex Transcends line offers are stunning....but go check them out for yourself at McCabe Lumber's showroom. Our salesman, Rick Wedding would be happy to show you the Transcends colors, and educate you regarding the beneficial and rewarding specs of installing a Trex composite deck.....especially this new line. Composite decking was revolutionary in the beginning and the demand for the material is widely popular, but today's generation of Trex Transcends composite, offers an even better performance and a better look. Give us a call for a free estimate to get your deal from Trex. We look forward to hearing from you!