Kickstart your deck project with our trained deck experts. Our decking experts are here to help you design your clients’ one-of-a-kind deck. Not only do we offer maintenance-free, weather-resistant and highly customizable composite decking, we also source premium wood products such as Ipe (pronounced “ee-pay”) and Tigerwood. For a complete outdoor-living oasis visit our showroom to experience railings, lighting options and outdoor kitchen systems.
Composite decking looks like wood but is wrapped with plastic polymers for longer-lasting, low-maintenance decking, backed with a manufacturer warranty against fading. Boards in narrow, standard and wide widths allow for contemporary, intricate designs or trendy new looks. Meanwhile, they’re slip resistant and look great with concealed fastening options.
Deck Rails & Lighting
Add the finishing touches to any deck with stylish, low-maintenance composite or aluminum railing and lighting systems for safety and beauty.
Tour Our Showroom
We’ve built the largest window and door showroom in North Alabama just so you can see, touch and experience the unmistakable quality, craftsmanship and enduring beauty of the very best we have to offer.
Wilson Lumber has the ideal product mix and depth of inventory for busy builders and the vendor relationships to find your special order needs.
Our jobsite presence can’t be beat. Our team is on your jobsite regularly, monitoring the progress and looking out for you.
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Wilson Lumber has been recognized as a top lumberyard by two highly respected publications in the building materials industry.
When we sat down as a team to make plans for this year we asked ourselves: What do our customers tell us they need help with the most? The answer we hear most often is you need to build faster. You need to shorten the number of days it takes to build a home.
Installation Made Easy
Build faster with less stress. Let our experienced, certified installers do the heavy lifting (and the cutting and nailing too.)