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Wood Decks2021-02-23T16:50:40-06:00

Brown or green treated decks

If you are looking for a deck with great durability, rot resistance and the BEST PRICE POINT, you should consider a brown treated decking. In Canada, treated decking is sourced from Number-2 (grade 2) spruce lumber that is pressure treated with a weather-resistant treatment for a longer lasting, weather resistant decking surface. Blue Chip Decks sources only the highest quality Bare Foot Decking for our treated decks. Bare Foot Decking has a smoother finish, a clearer more wood-like appearance, and does not have “The painted look” found in most other treated lumbers.

BLUE CHIP TECH TIP: Treated decking usually arrives with high water content. If you are planning on staining your treated Blue Chip Deck, allow it to season for about a year to allow the lumber to dry.

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  • Treated wood pergola with treated privacy screen
  • Brown treated deck with wrapping stairs and deck lights
  • Brown treated wood deck with deck lights

CEDAR DECKS

Cedar is the ideal natural decking material that comes at a MODERATE PRICE POINT. Cedar is naturally resistant to moisture, rot and looks fantastic stained or unstained. In Canada, cedar decking is generally sourced from Number-2 (grade 2) WESTERN RED CEDAR. Cedar decking is kiln-dried and milled smooth before it leaves the lumber mill. This means a cedar deck tends not to splinter, twist or warp after installation. Instead, you’ll have a smooth, durable, flat-lying deck surface with the warm texture of real wood.

Blue Chip Tech Tip: When performing fine finishing work on an outdoor project such as decorative pergolas or privacy screen. We suggest you use kiln-dried cedar to prevent warping and twisting of the fine material.

Click the link below for information on How to Stain Your Blue Chip Deck.

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  • Curved cedar pergola with laser cut metal panel palm leaf
  • Cedar privacy screen horizontal

Blue Chip Tech Tip: When performing fine finishing work on an outdoor project such as decorative pergolas or privacy screen. We suggest you use kiln-dried cedar to prevent warping and twisting of the fine material.

Click the link below for information on How to Stain Your Blue Chip Deck.

https://www.bluechipdecks.com/deckedu/#staining

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