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Deck

In futures and options, an informal term for open orders. Brokers have a deck they attempt to fill at the desired prices. A deck is the equivalent of a book on the equity market.
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Decking can become weathered and grey with age, so use new Cuprinol Decking Restorer - a transparent, fast acting gel that transforms weather-beaten decking back to its original glory.
Ronseal and Richard Burbidge are members of the Timber Decking Association.
Recognized as the highest-rated decking product by a leading consumer reporting firm, the LockDry waterproof decking system is ideal for creating outdoor living spaces under upper decks.
Despite significant competition from alternative decking materials, wood will remain the dominant material used to produce and repair decks in the US, accounting for 81 percent of total decking demand in 2009.
Changing the direction of decking on the uppermost level makes deck look wider when viewed from house
The Pacific Northwest's leading supplier of decking materials has teamed up with Azek Deck, the top manufacturer of stain-resistant PVC decking, to meet the region's growing demand for low-maintenance outdoor living spaces.
Composite lumber decking demand will be boosted by rising use of capstockcoated decking, which looks like natural wood and provides enhanced protection against mold growth and premature degradation.
Because these outdoor decking materials can be shipped to all 50 states, UglyDeck.
There are 27 companies making wood-filled decking," Grohman says, "and 13 started the same year we did.
As wood decks age, they begin to rot, crack, and splinter - eventually causing a home's overall value to depreciate," said Adam Zambanini, senior product manager of decking for Trex, the largest manufacturer of composite decking, railing and fencing.