TRANSFORMING WOOD TO STONE DECKS ACROSS AMERICA
Each year, as winter and its unrelenting cold drag on, we find ourselves dreaming of spring’s first break and it’s lead into summer. The thoughts of balmy weather, longer days, and cookouts with friends on the patio that last long into the night all keep us going through each snowfall.
While you’re trapped inside these next few months, get a head start on everyone’s favorite seasons! Start planning your new outdoor living space now, and you’re sure to be the first barbeque on the social calendar come spring!
While you’re dreaming up your addition, think beyond the wooden decks attached to your neighbors’ homes. If you’ve been searching for something new, custom and affordable in outdoor flooring, then you need Silca System!
Silca System gives you the ability to build a deck like never before – an elevated stone deck that can withstand the elements, entertain a crowd and even hold a working fireplace. The system lives under the materials of an elevated deck, holding the weight of the stone, brick, or other non-wood substance you choose.
Silca System makes so many outdoor flooring projects possible that contractors who specialize in it fill their appointments fast! Now is the time to plan and reach out – think spring with Silca System and build the deck of your dreams this year!Locate a Dealer near you or call 330-821-1585 for more information. Silca System 14600 Commerce St. Alliance, OH 44601 email@example.com
Take Your Elevated Deck to New Heights with Stone FlooringImagine going from sun bleach or discolored wood to a gorgeous elevated deck with high-end travertine, slate or stone flooring. It’s easier than you think to create a deck with a unique look that is timeless and maintenance free. While home decks, including elevated decks are typically made of wood, there are many new alternatives on the market. Many feel composite decking, for example, is the answer to the warping, fading, and other problems associated with wood deck surfaces. This can help you avoid or at delay these problems, but you’re still left with a basic plank-like deck surface that has the appearance of wood. Stone, however, can take your elevated deck to new heights, literally and figuratively. For stone decks, your options are endless. The variety of pavers, brick and stone such as slate, travertine and marble, is astounding. Even if every house on your block built an elevated deck with stone, chances are that no two decks would look alike. Would you rather have a traditional wood deck or a high-end deck that doesn’t depreciate over time? It’s like having a masterpiece in your own backyard – one worthy of a design magazine.
What’s needed for an elevated deck with stone flooring?
- A wooden or metal foundation or structure
- A strong sub flooring, like Silca System® Silca Grates™
- Geo-textile blanket or landscape fabric (if you use sand between paver joints)
- Stone pavers of travertine, slate, brick, marble, etc.