Speonk Lumber

Creating the perfect deck comes with many choices, from design, to building materials, to stain colors and even lighting. Speonk Lumber offers the largest selection of deck and rail options around, guaranteed to help you build a dream deck to enjoy for years to come.

Alaskan Yellow Cedar Decking

Alaskan Yellow Cedar is ideal for decking, boatbuilding, siding, flooring and many other applications. The heartwood is a light yellow, which tends to darken with age upon exposure to light, and the grain is usually straight with a uniform medium to fine texture. It's easy to work with both hand and machine tools, and it holds paint well. It's also good for staining, gluing and finishing.


Atlantic White Cedar

Atlantic White Cedar is excellent for poles, cabin logs, railroad crossties, lumber, posts and decorative fencing. The heartwood is light brown and the sapwood is nearly white. The wood is lightweight, shock-resistant and shrinks very little in drying. It’s easy to work with, holds paint well and is decay resistant.

Blue Star

Blue Star

Blue Star has pioneered the development of beautiful, versatile, sustainable, imported hardwoods for the U.S. decking and exterior construction industry since 1985. They remain the only fully integrated manufacturing and supply source for these products, which include decking, ceiling, flooring and siding.

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Culpeper decking

Culpeper Wood Preservers

Culpeper provides a wide array of pressure treated wood products for decks, fences, landscaping and general construction. Its products deliver improved weathering performance and material stabilization, while giving the beauty of natural wood. Culpeper treated wood is the natural choice for docks and other applications that come into contact with salt water.

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Haida Forest Products has been producing the highest quality Western red cedar products for over six decades. Their more than 100 patterns and products range from straight edge and wavy edge bevel sidings, T&G panelings, clear S4S and S1S2E boards to outdoor wood appearance grade posts, poles and timbers.

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Ipe Decking


Premium Ipé wood decking is the toughest, longest-lasting decking material available. Its natural oils and dense, tight grain repel rot, moisture, mold, decay and insect infestation while providing an extremely durable surface that resists scratches, slivers and slips. A beautiful rich brown with red and amber hues, Ipé is available in regular boards, tongue-and-groove and pre-grooved board profiles.

Iron Woods Ipe Decking

Iron Woods

Iron Woods® is the original, leading brand of naturally durable wood products. Favored by design professionals and consumers alike, the Iron Woods brand has become synonymous with commitment to superior quality and environmental accountability. Their products’ strength, hardness and durability have been proven again and again in demanding commercial applications like the famous Atlantic City and Coney Island boardwalks and in backyards across America.

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Pressure Treated

Pressure treated wood contains chemical preservatives to prevent rot and insect infestation for outdoor applications such as decks. It has a long and useful lifespan of up to 40 years and is much less expensive than alternatives. The treatment process involves placing a load of lumber in a cylindrical container and then forcing waterborne chemicals into the wood under pressure.


Pressure Treated by Wolmanized

Treated with a copper-based preservative and an efficacious fungicide, pressure-treated Wolmanized wood is ideal for applications including decks, retaining walls, fences, picnic tables, planter boxes, walkways, sill plate and structural members. With products suitable for both above ground and in ground contact uses, it comes with a limited warranty for most residential applications.

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Red Balau Mahogany

Red Balau Mahogany is a popular type of decking wood used by most architects, builders and homeowners. It's a water-resistant, durable, sturdy wood and four times harder than the common redwood. It is resistant to decay, molds and insect attacks and extreme weather conditions, making it ideal for the construction of boat docks, bridges and ramps.


Designer Deck Mahogany Decking by Russin is unsurpassed in natural beauty. Mahogany is naturally decay-, termite-, and rot resistant; its very tight grain makes it strong and durable. Designer Deck is available unfinished or pre-stained with Olympic Maximum Semi-Transparent Stain, which also protects against water, mildew and U.V. ray damage. Kiln-dried Western Red Cedar from Russin is another popular choice for decking.

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Thermory Decking


Thermo-treated wood removes moisture, bacteria and acids, resulting in a durable, stable, beautiful and environmentally friendly product. Thermory terrace boards are available in thermo-treated ash, thermo-treated spruce and thermo-treated pine in several dimensions and profiles.

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Cedar Decking

Western Red Cedar

Real cedar offers dimensional stability and natural preservatives that resist mold and decay. Known for its beautiful color range and its wonderful aroma, cedar complements any architectural style. At home in all climates, cedar’s durability and superior acoustical properties make it an ideal wood for decks and other outdoor applications.

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