DECKING OUT A CONDO IN THE CITY BY THE BAY
It isn’t every day that Steven and Brucie Schneider, of San Rafael, California-based construction company Schneider Construction, are asked to build a deck on TOP of a building. Fortunately, when that does happen, which seems to be a new trend in the San Francisco area and beyond, they are more than up to the task.
MAKING CUSTOMERS HAPPY
Many product decisions are grounded in manufacturing rationale – like which production line to use or the best way to package a product. But, when it comes to product development, it’s important to take the time to listen, really listen, to customers to find out which products they want or what needs they may have. Being able to develop products that solve contractor challenges, improve customers’ homes, and make any outdoor space the envy of the neighborhood is the fuel that drives the AZEK and TimberTech engine. The new Impression Rail in Bronze is just such a product.
ILLUMINATE YOUR DECK AND PATIO
Lighting determines ambiance. It’s the finishing touch that brings a patio together once the materials, railings, fasteners and furniture are in place. It’s also an art of subtle touches, which is why it tends to get overlooked.
THE HIGHLY ENGINEERED AZEK DECKING ADVANTAGE
There’s a reason so many homeowners are choosing materials other than wood to build their deck. PVC capped polymer is more durable, easier to maintain, and offers longer lasting aesthetics than wood. In addition to being easier to work with, engineered decking is also a better investment than traditional materials, requiring less upkeep and fewer repairs over time—and initial price points to fit a variety of budgets.
VINTAGE COLLECTION® RECEIVES CLASS “A” FLAME SPREAD INDEX RATING
Since the beginning of time, mankind has been captivated by fire; with its power and reckless disregard for humanity often leaving destruction in its wake. Therefore, it is not surprising that as building science evolved, building material manufacturers have searched for ways to combat Mother Nature. At the top of the list are products that can stand up to fire and the damage it can cause to our homes.