Here's a wide variety of new Decking & Patio products from Railing Dynamic, FenceScape and more.
By Nick Bajzek, Products Editor
Fri, 2008-02-29 18:00
If you're doing work on an elevated deck, consider installing this new drain system from McFarland Cascade. The DrySnap system is made of vinyl ceiling panels that collect and direct runoff way from the space below decks. The joist brackets attach to the bottom of the joist, eliminating inherent problems with inconsistent joist spacing.
An expansion to Railing Dynamic's product line is the Titan Pro Rail system. The Pro Rail is a vinyl-clad aluminum rail consisting of boxed 6- or 8-foot railing sections and a choice of boxed structural posts with brackets pre-attached to accommodate a variety of applications.
Homeowners want consistency and clean lines on their fences. FenceScape's new rail brackets bring just that; they are powder coated and color matched to the company's Mountain Cedar product line. The composite materials used are culled from reclaimed wood fibers and pure plastic resins made in a realistic, weather-resistant wood pattern.
The latest in cPVC from Fiber Composites falls under its fiberon line. Called Sanctuary, the deck boards look real and have some of the natural variations found in wood. Made with a cPVC core with no fiber fillers, the boards' surface comprises a durable layer of acrylonitrile styrene acrylate, a material used to protect automobile bumpers and outside mirrors.