TIVADOK Dock Boards are created specifically for waterside projects
Probably the most challenging part of owning a home by the water is creating a dock that lasts. Just ask Danielle, whose family owns a cottage on Georgian Bay and who we met at our Burlington, Ontario location just a few months ago.
“I wouldn’t be exaggerating if I said that we have replaced, fixed or altered our dock every year since it was put in place almost 17 years ago,” says Danielle. “Whether it’s due to water levels or rot, it seems as if our dock is always in a state of repair. It’s not cheap either and takes time …
TIVACOAT adds strength and resilience to your substructure
When you have made the decision to invest in a Cellular PVC deck, it was likely because of its durable and low maintenance profile. Wouldn’t you think it is equally important to pay attention to the foundation upon which you are placing your investment? With today’s advancements in decking, there is no reason that every part of your deck shouldn’t be as strong and long-lasting as possible.
At the end of the day, if your substructure is weak, the entire deck is compromised.
“While there is always the option to use steel, people are primarily using wood to build their support structures,” …
“If you build it, they will come.”
We understand that many of our clients live in areas of Canada and the United States where patio-season is short-lived, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t make the most of the days, weeks and months that you have outside. A good quality deck can even extend the duration of your time spent outdoors, making it a true year-round destination, regardless of where you live.
Making the most of your deck and backyard area starts with loving the space that you have; and when your backyard is more of a headache than a getaway, that can be difficult. When you are spending more time …
Cellular PVC is the newest decking material on the block
You’ve planned, you’ve designed and you’ve dreamed. Now that it’s time to execute on your outdoor living space, it’s time to research and choose the materials that match your vision. With a few widely-used options to choose from, you will have to weigh the pros and cons of each to make the decision that fits your aesthetics, lifestyle and budget.
Let’s take a look at the decking materials available to even the most discerning homeowner today:
The choice of deck-builders for decades because of its ease of use and attractive initial price tag. The reputation as a highly-toxic …
TIVADEK as seen on Tiny House Nation
They used Elmwood deck board from our Architectural Series for a modern and stylish look on the deck and as a decorative element on the exterior wall. See for yourself!