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Designers and builders of elegant outdoor PT treeated Ipe and composite decks, a Connecticut CT deck building contractor
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    Deck Specialists Inc ipe deck builder Custom Ipe,PT     Composite Local Deck Builders
 Locally Owned & Operated in     Hartford County Connecticut CT
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      Deck Specialists Inc
      PO Box 2001
      Manchester CT 06045

    Manchester
860-646-0032
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860-651-4283
   
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Ipe Decking Ocean City CTIPE the "IRONWOOD" Ipe pronounced (ee-pay) also called Pau Lope, is an ironwood. So named because of it'sipe decking banner incredible hardness or density. This species comes from central and South America. Many times harder than oak or Teak and extremely resistant to rot, decay and insects and even fire, no other material will outlast Ipe. Ipe is so dense it sinks in water,dark olive brown in color with an oily appearance and no knots even with no sealer  this wood will remain smooth and splinter free!! Ipe provides less tooth for mildew growth then other materials and is stain resistant. We have heard it called that special wood, or super wood, or even just dense wood. Ipe, the exotic ironwood is by far the toughest outdoor material available. Ipe decking is used in many cool outdoor projects (see ocean beach boardwalk left) where durability is the key and research was done to determine what materials would last best (visit our blog on Ipe decking sitings). Check out some of our exciting Ipe decks pictured below.
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"For the ultimate outdoor deck material Ipe can not be matched!"
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Ipe's incredibly tight grain makes it impervious to water. Boards have been in place for 26 years with no signs of decay. Actual fire rating similar to steel. read our ipe report

 
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Ever wish you could have a Teak deck? Now you can have an even better, tougher deck with Ipe the ironwood, actually twice as dense and durable as Teak and equally as beautiful!

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   Ipe is considered the ultimate outdoor wood and the best material for a deck.  

We have been working with Ipe decking for many years and developed proven methods and techniques for working with the incredibly durable wood. Ipe is very difficult to cut, route and fasten because of its incredible hardness.  This makes Ipe decking the most labor intensive material. Each board must first be end sealed after each cut. Each screw hole must be counter drilled and pilot drilled before each screw is applied. Even  the shear weight of the material comes into factor. So incredibly dense and durable Ipe just does not absorb water to cause splits and cracks, it is naturally rot and insect resistant, actually has a fire rating similar to steel, and yet is beautiful and elegant, Ipe decks are a sight to behold for years to come. ipe is harvested conservatively as overseen by the forest stewardship council.

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note: white railings are solid vinyl lumber  goes without saying, but all our decks are framed with PT #1 treated lumber 
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    E-mail us at Decks@cox.net   or  phone 860-646-0032  800-231-DECK 
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DECK SPECIALISTS INC your local custom Ipe, composite and treated deck builder in Connecticut CT 
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