Lead Time:  Archatrak Porcelain Pavers Vs. The Competitors

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James Moylan

Thursday, January 02, 2020

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When it comes to home construction projects, many homeowners simply accept that long material lead times are part of the process, and this is understandably frustrating. When you’re ready and excited to jump into your home improvement project, the last thing you want is to wait around for parts to get shipped to your contractor. This is why the minimal lead time on Archatrak porcelain pavers and other materials makes such a big difference to their customer base.

2020 Outdoor Living Trends in Washington DC

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James Moylan

Wednesday, January 01, 2020

High-end outdoor living areas in Washington, DC, are becoming increasingly desirable and elaborate. With so many options and innovations in this field, a number of trends have emerged for 2020. The following are some of the most popular of those trends.

What Sets the Archatrak Porcelain Paver Pedestal System Apart ?

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James Moylan

Friday, December 27, 2019

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With the increasing desire to utilize every square foot of a home, it’s little surprise the popularity of rooftop decks is on the rise. If you’re looking into converting your roof into usable exterior living space, you’re bound to come across a number of companies providing the materials to accomplish this job.

The Archatrak Porcelain Paver Brand And Its Evolution

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James Moylan

Thursday, December 19, 2019

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If you’ve looked into the advantages and benefits of porcelain pavers, it’s a good bet you’ve come across the name “Archatrak.” As one of the leaders in the industry, this brand comes across the radars of many homeowner and those in the commercial sector looking to install porcelain in their outdoor environments (rooftop decks, patios, terraces, courtyards, plazas, and more). Archatrak, however, has gone through several iterations, and with that in mind, here’s a quick overview of the brand’s evolution.

Decking Comparison: Trex Deck Boards Vs. Wood

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James Moylan

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Decking Material: How Does Trex Stand Up Against Wood?

If you’re looking into various decking material options, it’s a good bet you already have wood on your radar. But what about composite materials, such as Trex? Between wood and Trex, which option is the right fit for your outdoor living space? The answer obviously depends on each individual customer’s needs and preferences, and with that in mind, take the following four factors into consideration before making your final choice.

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