When building a deck, selecting the type of material is often the first step. However, with an abundance of options, this can be an overwhelming process. At Parr Lumber, we believe it is crucial for our customers to understand their various options. With years of industry and product knowledge, Parr Deck Experts can help any customer discover the decking that fits their lifestyle. In this post we are spotlighting dasso.XTR bamboo decking.
Support our Veterans with a fun night on the town at Combat Boots and Country Roots Thursday August 11th. Parr Lumber is a supporting sponsor of a fundraising concert with headliner Shooter Jennings and Waymore’s Outlaws.
Have you browsed our website lately? Our ‘For Homeowners’ page provides a variety of resources to help with your home improvement projects. From DIY articles and videos to requesting a quick quote, we are here to assist.
Are you looking for a project this Memorial Day Weekend? We suggest building your very own planter box. The best part about this project is it is completely customizable to fit your needs. Big or small, tall or short, modern or traditional, the design possibilities are endless.
Plan your deck project with our Deck Experts!
Here are three reasons why you should attend the 2016 Parr Lumber Deck, Fence and Outdoor Living Expo.
Karen Eckerson, a broker and realtor with Windermere Real Estate, selected Parr Lumber as her primary building materials supplier for her new house/office/rental apartment. As a local business owner, Karen appreciated that Parr is a Northwest family owned company that has been in business for over eighty years.
Guest post by Michael Ivanov
Fill your heart, not just your belly this Thanksgiving.
It took me from July to November, a day before Thanksgiving, 4 months, to express my gratitude.
According to the National Cancer Institute, formaldehyde is a colorless, flammable, strong-smelling chemical that is used in building materials and to produce many household products. Formaldehyde also occurs naturally in the environment. It is produced in small amounts by most living organisms as part of normal metabolic processes.1
Today we take a deeper look into the benefits of insulation. Check out our latest infographics below.
Check out these deck winterizing tips from Parr Lumber decking experts.