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Everything Exterior is your supplier of polyurethane stone, real stone, and stone veneer. We also specialize in siding, decking, deck railings, deck lighting, interior feature walls, laminate flooring, and vinyl flooring. Unlike the big box stores, our staff are well educated in the products we sell and the installation process. Our stores are designed with you in mind. At Everything Exterior we know you want more than just product application knowledge. You want ideas! With our in-house design ideas we can help you make the right decisions the first time. Feel free to come down to take a look at the extensive lines of products we carry. Most products displayed in our showroom are stocked in Edmonton. Come visit us to experience the difference!
09 Dec

5 Top Things You Should Consider Before You Do Decking

Decking is the act of building a surface that is capable of holding weight, more or less like a floor. It is usually built outdoors and connected to a building. A deck gives a home a completely new look and feel, and more families are opting to build decks for varied reasons. Mostly, it all boils down to personal choices.

The most valuable asset you have is your home, and building a deck adds a big value to the worth of your house. Most house buyers look out for a house with a deck because they are assured of extra space which they can utilize in different ways. There are various factors that you need to consider before you build a deck.

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07 Dec

6 Interesting Type Of Decks That You Can Get

A deck is an amazing addition to any home. It provides an ideal spot to relax, read, or even host a dinner party. The deck automatically adds value to the house in the event you want to sell. There are different types of decks for various purposes so depending on your specific requirements, you can choose the most appropriate deck to build. Here's a look at six interesting decks that you can consider:

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24 Oct

Composite Decking vs. PVC Decking

From the last several years, both PVC decking and composite decking have gained immense popularity in the market for decking. These are considered as the prime alternative to the wood decking. They have eliminated the concept of staining; painting and cumbersome cleaning that were once considered as integral part for decks. Contrary to the wood decking, there is no need to worry about splintering and rotting. Both the PVS decking and composite decking can save your time and money in terms of maintenance, you would still need to choose one from the two. Read below to find how these two materials differ and how should you make a selection.
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28 Sep

Why Do More People Prefer Composite Decking Today?

Composite decking has gained immense popularity in the recent past. Ask a home owner the reason of preferring it over wood and he would have numerous reasons for it. The most common reason you hear would be that they are fed up of maintaining the wood deck. There was a time when people were skeptical about the performance of composite decking and had reservations about its appearance. But this is not the case anymore.

Today, composite decking in Edmonton is preferred because it captures all the beauty and warmth of natural wood. From grain patterns, to colors and textures, the composite decking has all what you can wish for. And above all, they are durable and easy to maintain. Following are some other reasons why people prefer this option today:

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11 Feb

Aluminum Sidings Vs. Steel Sidings

Metal siding in Edmonton is far from being the commonest kind of opted for material. Cement and vinyl sidings continue to vie for the top position. However, metal sidings are fast catching up, and in a few years, they might be the most popular products for residential construction. In this case, aluminum and steel are the two most opted for metal sidings.

Each of these siding materials comes in a wide array of finishes with varying degrees of durability. Steel sidings are slightly more expensive than aluminum sidings. However, both metals cost far less than proprietary composite board sidings. Aluminum sidings are easier to set up as they lighter and cut easier compared to steel sidings. Unfortunately, aluminum siding are more susceptible to damage during construction and when being shipped.
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