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Observation Deck at the South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center

Students from The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture volunteered to design and build an observation deck and walkway at the South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center. Eastside stepped up to donate lumber. Click here to read a great article here in the Corpus Christi Caller and see more photos.    

Eastside Lumber & Decking Pledges to Austin Gives for Community Service

Eastside Lumber & Decking announces its pledge to community service by joining Austin Gives™.  Austin Gives tracks and recognizes business philanthropy in metropolitan Austin. Eastside Lumber & Decking is a locally owned, full service lumber yard in Austin offering expert advice, “hotshot” deliveries, high quality wood selection, and competitive pricing. Though only a 3 year […]

Eastside Lumber & Decking Sponsors Art Installation by Ink Tank Labs

“Armageddon Outta Here” : Ink Tank Labs created an End of the World/Winter Solstice/Galactic Convergence Party and Food Drive December 21st, 2012, 7pm Project Space, 613 Allen, Austin, Texas 78702 Invitation from the artists: On December 21st, 2012, Co-Lab will be fortified and buttressed, made a haven and a refuge; a new Arc. We will […]

Redmon Construction Builds Home for LIVESTRONG Cancer Survivor in East Austin

Customer and Eastside friend Donald Redmon of Redmon Construction just completed a house built in East Austin. Eastside Lumber & Decking was the source of the lumber for this shelter for a cancer survivor and his family. The LIVESTRONG Foundation through its Survivor Support Initiative built a house to help a neighbor and family.  Read […]

Habitat for Humanity Builds with Eastside Lumber

A materials sponsor of Austin Habitat for Humanity, Eastside Lumber & Decking provides framing materials by the truckload at cost for all Austin home builds, delivering directly to the construction hub where the volunteers assemble walls.  Habitat for Humanity of Austin builds about 24 affordable houses per year. Why Habitat? Owning a home is not […]

Redwood Decking

California Redwood is one of the best softwood options for a beautiful, natural wood deck. This American grown, sustainably harvested wood offers a reasonably priced decking lumber that is renowned for its resistance to rot and decay. A properly built and maintained redwood deck can be expected to last 15 to 20 years. Redwood grades […]

NARI Austin Community Service

Randy Meek, owner of Eastside Lumber & Decking, serves on the National Association of the Remodeling Industry Austin (NARI) Board of Directors and Chairs the Community Service Committee. NARI volunteers and Eastside employees and customers raised the walls for a house in the Sendero Hills Neighborhood for Austin Habitat for Humanity in 2012. Because of […]

Composite Decking

Eastside Lumber & Decking offers a variety of composite decking options. Composite decking is an attractive, very low maintenance alternative to natural wood decking. In general it is made of a combination of wood fiber and polyethylene, thus the name composite decking. The wood fiber content is there for stability, ensuring that the boards do […]

Jamaica 2012 at Santa Julia Catholic Church

  Helping neighbors was the motivation for donating building materials to the Santa Julia Catholic Church for their Jamaica 2012 fundraiser to rebuild and refurbish their community hall. Originally built in 1957, the church needed repairs to serve its members and its mission. The parishioners are longtime residents of East Austin and reached out to […]

Casis Outdoor Classroom Created by Community

Burton Baldridge of Baldridge Architects headed a project at Casis Elementary to design and build an open-air classroom with seating for forty students, storage for tools and classroom supplies, and rainwater collection. Eastside Lumber & Decking signed on as one of the first sponsors of the project and provided all the lumber. The project was […]

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