Beautiful Ibiza villa employs invisible terrace decking system by Exterpark using Kebony wood
A recent study by environmental consulting firm Bergfald & Co. demonstrated that Kebony has a substantially lower carbon footprint than its tropical hardwood equivalents.
Settled along the shore of a city rich in retail, dining and tourist attractions, the addition of the Port of Rochester Marina secures the city as a top Great Lakes destination. The new marina offers patrons traditional boating amenities, including pump-out services, a public boat launch and a small ship store, as well as modern amenities like Wi-Fi, electricity and clean drinking water. In addition to connecting to the lake and river, the marina also connects with the Charlotte Pier and the…
“The Port of Rochester Marina is not only a center for seasonal activities like boating but also a source of economic growth for the city,” said Andy Hehl, Manager at Kebony US. “We’re thrilled that Kebony can contribute to the longevity and success of this project as the principle building material for the marina and that Kebony will remain part of the Rochester boating community for years to come.”
“The marina is set on one of the most beautiful lake locations in the state of New York, so we wanted a decking material that could deliver comparable beauty and also stand up to the unpredictable weather,” said Greg Weykamp at Edgewater Resources. “Kebony’s stability and resistance to rotting make it easy to trust in the wet environment, and its aesthetics are unmatched.