While composite decks are more expensive to build than those made of natural timber, the finished product is cheaper to maintain and resists rotting, mold, mildew, and wood destroying insects such as termites for a longer period than natural wood decks.
Once you have decided on the location and size of your dream deck, it is time to consider the bones of the design. All things considered, the framing material is going to determine the life of the deck.
Once you’ve settled on the size and location of your deck, the real fun begins as you get to choose the unique extras that will make your design special.
There’s nothing like having an outside area where you can relax alone or have fun entertaining guests, which is why adding a deck is one of the smartest and most attractive home improvements one can make.
If you’re ready to build an all-season deck that suits your needs year-round, we are ready to design one that suits your unique wishes. As with any home improvement project, it’s important to consider a variety of deck plans.
Have a small deck (or small area to build one)? Don't fear - there are things you can do to make it look bigger. Invigorate your outdoor living space and exercise your creative talents with these tips.
Every homeowner wishes they could bypass the red tape that accompanies most property alterations, but the law is the law. It’s always best to do things by the book rather than rectify the issue later.
If you’re like many people, once you’ve decided to build a deck you might think bigger is better. However, that’s usually not the case. Rather than thinking in terms of size, it’s better to think in terms of “best fit” for your home/needs.
When you hire an insured deck contractor, you're making the smart choice of working with an professional. Contractors with protections in-place are safeguarding you, themselves, and their employees.