Home Construction Materials in St. Louis
If you’re getting ready to start an outdoor construction project in the St. Louis area, we’ve got the building materials you need.
Whether you’re a general contractor completing a home improvement construction project for a client, or a homeowner completing a DIY project, our supplies will make a positive impact on the outcome.
Supplying Contractors and DIYers
We provide general contractors and do-it-yourselfers across the greater St. Louis area with top-notch construction supplies. No matter the outdoor project you’re developing, we’ve got the materials for you, whether it’s:
- And much more!
But more than just construction materials, you need an efficient solution that’s going to give you the most bang for your buck. Our experts have installed all these types of projects in the greater St. Louis area for over 25 years, giving us the acumen necessary to provide the best guidance in the marketplace.
Types Of Construction Supplies
Like any major home project, outdoor construction materials vary in looks, durability, and cost. Here is some need to know information about the types of materials we supply and how they can apply to you.
Composite materials are prevalent these days because they are durable, versatile, and low-maintenance.
These boards and frames, consisting of a combination of recycled plastic and wood fibers, mimic the look and feel of real wood boards. These properties allow them to provide a similar aesthetic as real wood without the structural drawbacks.
Composites are a great fit for almost any outdoor project. They can provide an excellent touch to a gazebo, set a perimeter as fencing boards, or be used to complete a decking system. It all comes down to user preference.
PVC boards – often referred to as plastic or synthetic materials – are another common outdoor selection that St. Louis homeowners make.
This material is lightweight and has the same density as white pine, a softwood. These plastic properties give your deck or fence a cool, modern look with some reasonable durability to boot. PVC doesn’t rot and you’ll never need to apply any finish to it, so the upkeep is pretty straightforward.
These also come in a variety of styles and colors, allowing you to mix and match until you’re 100% happy with the look.
While composite materials offer a look-a-like alternative for wood materials, it still isn’t the real thing.
Although real wood requires lots of maintenance, wooden materials are still accessible because they provide the most natural look and feel you’ll find.
Wooden boards are great fits for decks, gazebos, fences, and pretty much any other type of outdoor construction project.
Aluminum materials provide a particular style to any home improvement venture.
These metal materials are by far the most durable type on the market. In most scenarios, they’ll outlast wood and composite boards by decades. They’re also low-maintenance, requiring almost no upkeep over time.
The utility that aluminum provides is very well suited for railing systems. We supply contractors with the most cost-effective and sturdy aluminum railing materials to fit any home project. They work great as fences or deck railings.
Other Construction Supplies
In addition to board materials, we also supply all the tools that bring these projects together. Whatever you can think of that you’ll need for a new deck, fence, or gazebo; we’ve got the materials to make it happen, such as fasteners.
Visit Our Showroom In Kirkwood
We have the broadest selection of materials in the region.
For the complete ordering experience, we highly recommend you swing by our Kirkwood showroom. Located just off of Big Bend and I-44, our showroom displays all of the supplies we offer so you can get a hands-on understanding of our materials.
Also, our crew will help ensure you have everything you need to make the project go smoothly.