Today’s composite decks offer outdoor living in a fun, color rich, and maintenance free way. Gone are the days of tiresome and expensive stripping and refinishing, welcome to the world of low maintenance outdoor enjoyment. At John’s Lumber, we carry the best composite decking material Macomb County has to offer.
John’s Lumber offers a wide selection of decking materials. Whether you are looking for composite decking like Trex or Timbertech, or a traditional wood deck, we’ve got you covered.
Trex Decking offers Next-Level thinking applied to Better Outdoor Living. Made from recycled materials, Trex decking and components are available in a variety of colors and styles, many of which we carry in store. Trex is the industry leader in composite decking, and offers some of the best decking materials available. Stronger than wood or composite, beautifully designed, environmentally friendly, and easy to maintain, you’ll love everything about Trex decking.
Tired of the hassle of a wood deck? Timbertech offers composite decking material that is stronger, longer lasting, and easier to maintain than a traditional wood deck. Timbertech decking doesn’t warp, rot, or stain like a traditional wood deck does over time, and offers a beautiful, eco-friendly alternative that can be fully customized to fit your tastes.
We offer a wide selection of Timbertech products, including composite decking, railing, and lighting, and if we don’t have it in store, we can ship it to store in a matter of days.
Traditional Wood Decking
Sometimes you just can’t beat the look and feel of a wood deck. That’s why we offer a huge selection of treated lumber, as well as beautiful cedar for decking and other outdoor wood projects that will be exposed to the elements.
Treated lumber is strong, lightweight, easily machined with tools, and relatively inexpensive. Treated wood is resistant to bacteria, and insects don’t like it at all. When untreated wood is in contact with the ground or moisture for any period of time, bacteria, fungi and insects attack the wood, producing rot. Untreated wood like pine will only last a year or two if touching moist ground. For wood decking, treated lumber is the way to go.
Pressure Treatment was invented in the 1930’s and test pieces from then still show no signs of rot, insects or fungi problems. Safe to say, treated lumber will last a lifetime.
There’s nothing quite like the smell of cedar. With unrivaled beauty, and a natural resistance to insects and the elements, cedar offers a look and feel that cannot be matched. Smooth texture and soft grain make cedar easy to cut and install, and doesn’t retain moisture like other woods. If you’re looking for a traditional wood deck, cedar offers top of the line beauty, longevity, and durability, at a reasonable price.