Decking & Railing
Whether your deck is constructed from naturally resistant hardwoods like cedar, pressure-treated pine, wood composite decking or PVC decking, the quality of your materials will determine the durability of your construction. Professional builders and homeowners trust Fisher Lumber to start their deck construction off right – with the best decking materials available in Maryland.
Composite and Wood Alternative Decking Products
Trex Engineered and Composite Decking
If you want the industry leader in composite deck material, Fisher Lumber stocks a complete selection of Trex decking materials. Trex decking boards are renowned for their durability and selection. The deep “wood” grain and variety of color options make Trex a popular option for designing a beautiful wood-alternative deck.
AZEK PVC Decking
AZEK PVC decking is available in colors ranging from Mahogany to Cypress, and features a realistic wood appearance. AZEK decking is impervious to moisture and insets and resistant to mold, mildew, staining, splitting and scratching. Available in grooved profile for hidden fastening in lengths of 12’ 16’ and 20’.
TimberTech Composite Decking and Railings
TimberTech offers low-maintenance composite decking and railing systems in various finishes and profiles, depending on the needs of your decking project.
Natural Wood Decking Products
Madison Treated Wood
For those who understand that low-quality lumber costs you more over time, we offer Madison treated wood. Sourced from top-quality mills and protected from the elements to ensure bright consistent color, Madison treated wood is the best pressure-treated lumber available.
ACQ Treated Wood
ACQ treated lumber, or Alkaline Copper Quaternary, is a newer alternative to the arsenic-based chromated copper arsenate (CCA) wood preservative method. ACQ has become widely used as a greener, more sustainable wood preservative option.
Western Red Cedar
If your project demands the natural beauty of real cedar, Fisher Lumber has stock and selection to meet your needs. The warm tones of real cedar combine with its natural resistance to rot and decay to form an ideal natural wood for decking purposes.
The open-celled structure of redwood lumber makes it among the best woods for absorbing and retaining finishes and stains. Redwood is naturally rot and insect resistant.
Ipe is renowned as the toughest and longest lasting wood decking available. Sourced from countries in Central and South America, ipe wood decking has dense, tight grain and a rich brown with red hue.
Yellow Pine and Tendura Tongue and Groove Porch Flooring
Ideal for porch flooring with minimal spacing and hardware. Use decorative molding to hide any spaces on the end caps.
Available in kits that contain everything you need to create a safe, code compliant section of rail. Colors include white, earth and sand.
For low-maintenance, moisture-proof applications, PVC handrail is an affordable and durable choice.
ACQ Treated Handrail
When the look of real wood can’t be substituted, ACQ treated handrail is the standard.