Serving Up Style CCB Continued Education Credits courses | Parr Lumber

Serving up free CCB credits and admission to the Portland Fall Home and Garden Show

Do you want to attend the Portland Fall Home and Garden Show for free and earn up to seven elective CCB credits? We’re working in conjunction with the HBA and HBA Pro to offer seven elective CCB Continued Education Credit courses during Serving Up Style at the Fall Home and Garden Show. The classes are designed to assist industry professionals in fulfilling their eight hours of annual elective CCB requirements. Here’s the catch: you must be pre-registered by Friday in order to receive CCB credit and complimentary admission to the Home and Garden Show at the Portland Expo Center. Note: there is a fee for Expo Center parking.

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2013 Street of Dreams | Stonehenge in West Linn, Oregon

Win tickets to see the 2013 Street of Dreams

Have you been to the 2013 Street of Dreams yet? Awesome, right? This year’s event features nine gorgeous homes. The prices of the home range from $1.7 million to $2.3 million. Seven of the nine homes were sold before the show even opened. You better hurry if you’re thinking about buying one of the two remaining homes. And if you are interested in going to the Street of Dreams, just leave a comment below to enter to win tickets for you and a friend to see the show. The deadline to enter is Thursday, August 15th. The winners will be randomly selected.

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Parr Lumber's mobile site

We’ve gone mobile

We rolled out a mobile version of our website several months ago. Even though we submitted a sitemap for the mobile version of our site, Google still has not indexed it yet. So if you want to get to our mobile site, go to this web address: m.parr.com (continue reading for more info about the new site).

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Grace Vycor Plus Deck Protector

3 Easy Ways to Extend the Life of Your Deck

If you’re building a deck in the near future, you’ll want to hear today’s tips. On average, decks typically last 15 to 25 years because the wood eventually rots. In some cases, it’s the decking boards that rot first. In other situations, it’s the treated framing that is damaged by the elements. Today’s tips deal with extending the life of the treated lumber underneath your deck. Read on to find out how you can prolong the life of your deck.

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