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Adding a deck to your home is one of the best home improvement projects you can do — increase your property value and enjoy every minute of it! Having functional and attractive outdoor space to cook, dine, relax and entertain is one of life’s pleasures. If you want to add a deck, repair or replace an existing deck, we can help.

While you might be tempted to grab a buddy and tackle a deck project yourself, do you really want to spend the next several weekends trying to sort out what type of material to use, what type of deck to install, finding out you don’t have the right tools and possibly injuring yourself in the process? Let us save you the hassle and the time and get the results you really want!

We can help you choose the materials and style best-suited for your home and needs.

Common Decking Materials:

Pressure-treated lumber: One of the most cost effective options, this is wood that is treated to resist rot. It is susceptible to splitting, cracking and warping and requires diligent maintenance.

Cedar: Naturally resistant to warping and pests, cedar is a beautiful option if you like the look of wood and want something a little more durable. Cedar also needs to be maintained and costs more than pressure-treated wood.

Tropical Woods: Ipe (“ee-pay)” is a gorgeous South American hardwood naturally resistant to rot and very durable if sealed every year. It is one of the most expensive options.

Vinyl (PVC): No time to deal with sanding, staining and sealing your wood deck regularly? Polyvinyl chloride decking requires no maintenance and you can choose from tans, browns, white and gray colors. It is a relatively affordable option compared to other decking materials.

Composite: Versatile and low-maintenance, composite is made of wood fibers and recycled polyethylene. You can choose from a wide range of colors and textures that closely resemble wood.

Common Deck Styles

Attached Deck: One of the most common, this is a deck that is attached to usually the back of a home and is slightly elevated.

Wraparound Deck: This elevated deck attaches to more than one exterior wall and can usually be reached from more than one room. They offer versatility since you can choose shade or sun depending on the time of day.

Detached or “Island” Deck: No good space next to your home for a deck but have a great spot in your yard? We can build a detached deck anywhere in your yard, even if the area is bumpy or rocky.

Multi-Level Deck: This is a good option for yards with slopes or rocky landscaping since the deck levels can be built to fit the terrain.

Side-Yard Decks: Side yards are often overlooked and under-used. We can transform your side yard into functional outdoor living space, such as a private place to relax off of a bedroom or an intimate outdoor dining space off of a kitchen.

Hot Tub or Swimming Deck: You can’t really enjoy your hot tub or pool if it’s hard to reach or lacks a place to lounge!

Garage or Rooftop Deck: Rooftop decks are a great solution if you live in an urban area and don’t have yard space for a deck. We can turn unused space into outdoor living space with a rooftop deck over a flat portion of your home or garage roof.

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Contact us so you can start enjoying more time relaxing outdoors without leaving your yard!