Definition of decking
: deck; also : material for a deck
Recent Examples of decking from the Web
LP Building Products, CertainTeed, Azek, Dupont and Hallmark contributed materials for the siding, roofing, decking and sub-flooring.
Outdoors, concrete decking surrounds the swimming pool and a spa with a waterfall feature.
In neighborhoods affected by the defoliation plague, the crunch of caterpillars eating leaves, the click of caterpillar poop falling on wooden decking and the nonstop fluttering-down of ragged leaf bits have become the sights and the sounds of June.
There is room for football pickup games, dozens of friends/family members on the decking and dock (that even has a separate fishing pier) and just plain hammock time in the trees.
However, thanks to an explosion of composite lumber, plastic decking and hardwood imports, there's now a dizzying array of decking available.
O'Neill's died of natural causes Friday at his Santa Cruz, California home, his family said in a statement, with the ocean lapping at the decking of his waterfront home.
Upstairs contains the remaining bedrooms, a large landing with an abundance of space, a separate game room, as well as a large bonus room over the breezeway that has concrete on pan decking and commercial trusses and has a private entry.
The decking of the small second-floor balcony on the building's rear was replaced.
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Definition of decking for English Language Learners
: material that is used to build a deck (sense 3)
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