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Count On Us For Whatever You Need, Wherever You Need It!

The Deck Store delivers locally and ships across the U.S., so you can get everything you need for your deck project, whether you’re close to us or not.  

Not close to a retail store? No problem. We ship via freight to just about anywhere. Contact us online or give us a call to learn more. 



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Resources From The Experts

Getting you best-in-class products to build your deck isn’t where our customer service ends. Our team of experts regularly brings you DIY guides, terminology handbooks, outdoor lifestyle articles, and decking project advice to help you along the way.   

Check out our building guide resources and blog posts to get your creative sparks flying:

Frequently Asked Questions 

Well, that depends on your budget, where you live, what you want your project to look like, and your personal style. Some popular decking materials are: 

  • Wood: Wood is a traditional decking material with a natural, classic look. Standard wood options include pressure-treated lumber, cedar, and redwood. Wood is relatively affordable and easy to work with. However, it requires regular maintenance, such as staining and sealing, to protect it from moisture, rot, and pests. 
  • Composite: Composite decking is a blend of wood fibers and recycled plastic and is a durable, low-maintenance alternative to wood. Composite decking is resistant to rot, warping, and splintering. It doesn't require staining or sealing but should still be cleaned periodically. It also comes in a variety of colors and styles. 
  • PVC: PVC (polyvinyl chloride) decking mimics the look of natural wood and is made of synthetic materials, offering excellent resistance to moisture, stains, and insects. It doesn't require painting or sealing and is exceptionally resistant to the elements.  
  • Aluminum: Aluminum decking is lightweight, durable, and resistant to moisture, insects, and rot. It is often used in coastal areas due to its resistance to saltwater corrosion. In addition, aluminum decking offers a modern, sleek appearance and requires minimal maintenance.  
  • Tropical hardwood: Tropical hardwood decking, such as ipe or mahogany, is known for its exceptional durability and natural beauty. It resists insects, rot, and decay. Tropical hardwoods are dense and require special tools for installation. They are typically more expensive than other materials and require some regular maintenance to maintain their appearance. 

We can help you explore the options that would work best for your decking project – please don’t hesitate to reach out! 

Absolutely! Call us anytime during business hours or drop us a note on our contact page to discuss. We have plenty of experience with tailoring a customized project.

The affordability of decking materials varies depending on your project scope, location, materials availability, and the specific features and brands you choose. It's always a good idea to compare prices, consider long-term costs, and consult with us for accurate pricing information. The Deck Store only stocks top-quality brands that you can trust to withstand the test of time and still look beautiful, so no matter what you invest, it should last for many years of enjoyment. 

Pressure-treated lumber is often considered the most budget-friendly decking material. Pressure-treated lumber is made from softwood, typically Southern Yellow Pine, that has been chemically treated to resist rot, insects, and decay. It is widely available and relatively inexpensive compared to other decking materials.  

Pressure-treated lumber is also easy to work with and can be stained or painted to enhance its appearance. However, it does require regular maintenance, such as staining and sealing, to protect it from moisture and UV damage. 

Another cost-effective option to consider is composite decking. While the initial investment may be higher than pressure-treated lumber, composite decking requires minimal maintenance and lasts longer. It doesn't need staining, sealing, or painting, which reduces the ongoing costs. Additionally, composite decking is resistant to rot, insects, and warping, making it a durable choice over time. 

We’ll assist you in weighing the options if you’re unsure what material will work best. 

We are a top deck supply store bringing you premium brands like AZEK, Trex, TimberTech,  and Wolf Decking.  

We also source natural wood decking products, including pressure-treated lumber, redwood and cedar, and tropical hardwoods for marine decking. Most of our hardwoods are imported from Brazil with a lifespan of 30 years or more when cared for properly. We are dedicated to only carrying high grades of lumber, meaning fewer knots, consistent boards, and longer lifespan. 

We also carry wood treatments and protection supplies.   

Rest assured, we want you to enjoy your deck for years to come! 

For Small Boxed Items:

We offer a 1-2 day turnaround for small boxed items and a tracking number will be provided to keep you updated on the status of your delivery.

For LTL Freight (Common Carrier) Items:

We use LTL freight for safe and efficient delivery. Your order will be scheduled for delivery, and it's important to note that for decking deliveries, a homeowner needs to be on hand to unload the product. This ensures a smooth and hassle-free delivery process. Rest assured, we're here to make the process as convenient as possible for you.

  1. Order Packed and Shipped, Watch for Our Email:
    Once our team has meticulously packed your order onto a pallet for safe shipment, we're on the move. You can expect an email notification as your order leaves our facility, keeping you in the loop right from the start.

  2. Coordinate Your Delivery Time:
    We understand the importance of your project, so we aim to schedule deliveries at your convenience. The shipping company will get in touch with you to arrange a suitable delivery time, and the delivery truck will meet you at your designated location.  

  3. Receive Your Shipment:
    At the agreed-upon time, the delivery truck will arrive at your specified location. You’ll inspect your order at the delivery site as it’s unloaded from the truck. You have a few options when it comes to semi truck delivery, which are hand unload (the standard delivery), liftgate, and flatbed/forklift. If you’re looking for something other than hand unload, please let us know at the time you schedule your delivery.

  4. Inspect and Unload Your Shipment:
    After your items have unloaded, please inspect each item, ensuring that nothing incurred damage during transit. If anything is damaged or missing, please indicate it on the delivery receipt and contact us at (855) 603-3325. 

 

No problem. Call us anytime during business hours or drop us a line on our contact page to explain what you’re looking for when it’s after hours.

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