Increase the value of your home with a Kebony deck
A beautiful outdoor space is one of the most important assets for every home. A great deck can increase the value of your home far more than the initial investment cost.
There are many decking materials that look good in the store, however once you get them home and installed, issues resulting from twisting, splinters and sap can often occur. Or perhaps you find it simply doesn’t look as good as you’d hoped. All of these issues can be costly to repair and additionally to maintain, adding greatly to the overall cost of your deck.
So how do you avoid potential issues? By investing in a deck of the best quality!
- A quality deck is maintenance-free and built to last a lifetime.
- A quality deck looks good and feels nice to walk on barefoot.
- A quality deck increases the value of your home – both short and long term.
Kebony wood gives you a quality deck! Just install your Kebony deck and enjoy your outdoor living space. No more costly and time-consuming maintenance. Kebony is made to last a lifetime.
Kebony’s quality shows especially in the toughest weather conditions. Many people comment «the worse the weather, the better choice Kebony proves to be». It performs in extreme wind, rain and snow; the perfect decking solution for the harshest of coastal and mountain areas. The technology behind Kebony is an environmentally friendly patented process developed in Norway. No toxins or harmful preservatives are used.
Kebony wood is available in two looks: “Kebony Clear” is smooth and knot-free, comparable to the classic appearance of tropical hardwood. “Kebony Character” has natural knots and a rich texture, giving the wood a lot of character – just the way Scandinavians love it.
Both Kebony Clear and Kebony Character have a brown color that develops a natural silver-gray patina when exposed to sun and rain over time. A natural and exclusive look with lasting durability.
A Kebony quality deck looks good and is maintenance-free – made to last a lifetime! Already installed in more than 2,500 homes around the globe