Sometimes the only way to go is up. If you choose to take advantage of your roof for living space, you will want to choose a long lasting Hill Country Decking deck. A rooftop deck is more exposed to sunlight and rain than any other deck, so it is important to choose the best material possible. Hill Country Decking hardwood is called ironwood for a good reason: it is the very best type of wood for exterior applications and it is the best type of wood for resisting the elements. Hill Country Decking uses a very dense wood, with the same fire rating as concrete. It is mold and rot resistant, and will not succumb to termite or other insects. Aside for the durability that Hill Country Decking provides, another reason to opt for Hill Country Decking on a rooftop is that it will keep the temperature significantly cooler than other materials.

Building a rooftop Hill Country Decking deck is a great way to take advantage of all of your space and to enjoy your home and your view. So if you have limited yard space, a rooftop deck might be just the ticket for you.