You’ve heard the saying that one-size-fits-all, that’s not the case when it comes to choosing the right material for your new deck.
There are many options with new materials and colors being introduced by vendors such as TimberTech, Trex, AZEK, Fiberon and others. This opens up opportunities for creating the deck structure that you will fall in love with each and every time you step onto it. We start by finding out about you. How do you see yourself using your new deck? Will it turn into the “place to be” for the neighborhood? Or, will it become your quiet oasis away from it all? Next, tell us your must-haves and nice-to-haves. Did you see a deck on TV, online, in magazines, or on a street that inspired you? What did you like or dislike about it?
Now here’s the hard part, tell us the budget We want to build the best deck that meets your needs and is within budget. With your intended use, design inspiration, and budget, we select the best decking material for your home and area, – the right material for the right job.
Decks made of Cellular PVCs do not get as hot when exposed to full sun and resist mildew. If you’re not sure what this looks like, think of vendors such as TimberTech AZEK™, and Fiberon. They have a range of styles and colors to choose from and are low maintenance.
For an extremely durable deck with a natural decorative appearance, tropical hardwood such as Ipe, maybe the one for you. Looking for untreated wood, perhaps Cedar and Redwood match your design.
Whichever material you choose, we will work with you to ensure it fits your needs, inspired design, and budget. There’s more information on decking materials and examples of each material to inspire you.
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