Building 9 in Massillon has name brand composite decking for your summer deck projects in Canton and North Canton at the best prices in Stark County! Some of your favorite composite decking brands are selling for as little as $1.69 per linear foot! If your spring or summer plans include deck-building, make Stark County’s Building 9 your first stop!
You don’t have to be a contractor to shop Building 9’s incredible selection of composite decking at outstanding prices, though local contractors from throughout Stark County are welcome. Building 9 is also open to everyone: do-it-yourself homeowners, small businesses, churches, real estate investors, and more.
Why choose composite decking? If you have lived or worked in the Canton and North Canton area for at least a year, you know that the weather in this area is anything but predictable. Long summer droughts can be quickly followed by torrential rains and flooding. Winters can bring heaps of snow and ice that keep the plows running day and night, or they may be historically mild like the one that just passed.
The good news for those who are looking into building or rebuilding a deck is that composite decking holds up significantly better to Stark County’s fickle weather conditions than traditional deck boards. They resist rotting and warping, and you never have to worry about repainting them.
At Building 9 in Massillon, you can choose from colors ranging from deep reds and browns, such as Merlot and Mahogany from the Siesta Collection by CorrectDeckCX, or paler tones from other famous name brands that look naturally weather-worn, like Winchester Grey.
Composite decking is not completely impervious to weathering. Canton and North Canton’s often unforgiving summer sun and spring and autumn rains will weather your new deck, causing some color to fade from its original tone. This will happen after approximately twelve to sixteen weeks of exposure to the elements. Nevertheless, this is far better than watching the hours that you have spent painting your deck go to waste as it cracks and peels, and knowing that you will be reinvesting that time again and again.
Composite decking from Building 9 will also help to make your new Canton deck “green.” No; it will not grow moss or mold. It will, however, be more environmentally friendly than most traditional decking materials. Composite decking by CorrectDeckCX contains no toxic chemicals or preservatives, and is made from recycled materials.
When shopping at Building 9 for composite decking, you will find more than just deck boards. You can also find multiple sizes of railing kits and post sleeves, as well as post caps and deck skirts. Everything you need to add the perfect deck to your North Canton home is available at close-out prices at Building 9.
132 Walnut Road SW
Massillon, Ohio 44646