Calabasas, California: Consumer demands for powerful decking material have finally been met by CA Timber Inc. with the launch of their new website, LarchDeck.com. This subsidiary of CA Timber Inc. specializes in Siberian larch wood products that have been crafted into decking material, which are suitable for consumers to build their own decks with.
Siberian larch is not a new material of the construction world. It has been used for thousands of years and can be seen in the ancient architecture of Russia and Northern Asia. Since larch trees primarily grow in this area of the world, western society has not had many chances to integrate this wood into their own architecture. CA Timber Inc. has a mission to bring this foreign durable wood to the Americas, so both professional and novice contractors can benefit from it.
“The most beneficial characteristic of Siberian larch is its natural durability, which results from its extremely high resin content,” said John Bechtel, who is a professional contractor that uses larch in his decking projects. “Siberian larch is a very strong and wearing wood. When tested, it has proved to be up to 50% harder than common pine.”
Consumers are now feeling more confident about building decks for their homes without having to worry about a major storm coming along and destroying them because of flimsy wooden material. “Larch is more stable than pine. It can handle getting wet and looks 1000 times better than pine,” Bechtel noted.
CA Timber Inc. is one of the first American companies to successfully import larch wood from Asian and European suppliers in order to offer them to consumers here in America. Despite the heavy weight of the wood, the company will ship the larch wood to people within all 50 states. The company has made it very easy for anyone in America to learn more about their larch wood. They are offering free samples of larch decking material and brochures that explain more about where the material comes from. All contractors should make it their business to check them out at LarchDeck.com