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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!
16 Feb

Capped vs Uncapped Deck Boards

With so many maintenance-free deck boards on the market today, what is the difference between capped vs uncapped composite decking?
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12 Feb

Why are Exotic Hardwoods Widely Used for Exterior Applications?

In a lot of people’s eyes, exotic hardwoods are the perfect building material because of their extremely dense core which not only makes them strong but also mold resistant, impervious to insects and the reason that they are classified as a class A fire rated material. 
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05 Feb

Why Build a Deck Out of Pressure Treated Wood?

Pressure treated decking is often the choice of many deck builders and/or home owners as it is more cost effective than cedar or composite decking and lasts a long time with minimal maintenance.  
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01 Feb

The Cost Savings of Polyurethane Faux Stone

With several different brands of polyurethane faux stone on the market today, it is important to know where the cost savings come in if you are looking to use polyurethane faux stone on your next project.  
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29 Jan

Why do Prices On Maintenance-Free Decking Vary So Much?

I want a maintenance-free deck, but what do I need to know to help me choose the right type of deck board? 
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