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Deck TO/GO, deck tile supplier for the terrace of a luxury apartment by Jefferson Stonebriar in Texas.
Last summer Deck TO/GO had the pleasure of providing the deck tiles for the terrace of a luxury apartment of the Jefferson Stonebriar, a residence made by JPI, a privately held real estate company in Frisco, Texas. The 4" x 4" deck tiles were made out of Amargo and Cumaru wood. These wooden tiles use a system of adjustable pedestal supports and connectors. You can also use Aluminium cassette Deck with Red cedar to create the same effect. More pictures of this wonderful project! Project link : http://jpi.com/communities/jefferson-stonebriar/
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Here is an example of a finished project using the 2'X2' Cumaru Deck Tiles from the PRESTIGE SERIES. See how nicely the wood fits in with the brick of the house as well the trees and landscape. With the PRESTIGE SERIES, you will have a very durable product (up to 50 years), but the installation will be quick and easy. Don't hesitate any longer, order your tiles now and get them shipped directly to your door.
With May around the corner, it's time to start thinking about Spring. Finally! When we think about Spring, we think about the sun, the temperature warming up (maybe someday soon? hopefully? ), and the time spent outside, sometimes having a drink on a terrace! If you want to build a good looking terrace, think Deck TO/GO! Whether you need a temporary or permanent installation, we have the solution for you! You can have the products delivered right to your door, and start assembling your project NOW! No matter how big or small your project is Deck TO/GO has a solution! Check out...