Custom Decks

We have been building quality custom decks for 14 years

Adding a new custom deck to your home is a big decision because when it’s built by us, it will last a very long time.  Your deck is a place where you grill, relax and gather with friends and family.  Because of this, you want your deck to be the perfect place for your enjoyment.  We custom design each deck side by side with our clients, making sure it is exactly what they want. We take pride and care in each and every deck we build making sure we get the job done right.

There are several different types of decking material available and it’s important to consider each one: 

Composite Decks

When choosing the material for your new deck, composite decking is an incredibly durable option. Composite decking materials are made of a combination of wood fibers and plastic. It prevents cracking, splitting and warping. A composite deck is low maintenance and lasts a very long time. Best of all, it comes in many different colors that give the look of real wood.

Traditional Wood Decks

Traditional wood decks carry a beauty that only natural wood can produce. Traditional Redwood or Cedar decks are a more cost effective option, but require the most maintenance. Wood decks can have a very long life expectancy but it is important to understand the types of maintenance it involves to keep it looking it’s best.  We will thoroughly cover the types and frequency of maintenance to help you keep your deck looking amazing year after year.

Exotic Hardwood Decks

Exotic Hardwood deck material is elegant in appearance, long lasting and incredibly strong. When we say strong, we mean up to 15 times harder than traditional wood. In addition to its incredible strength, exotic hardwood has a unique look all its own.  Your deck will look incredible for years to come! 

There are plenty of options to choose from, give us a call and we can discuss what material makes sense for your custom deck. 

 

Pricing Example

Get a free estimate from us! This deck is 24 feet wide by 12 feet out with a 2 foot by 10 foot pop out towards the center of the deck. It has 2 sets of stairs and is approximately 4 feet off of the ground. The deck has the corners cut off of the ends and is capped off with Procell Composite Decking. The handrail is a painted wood 4 x 4 & 2 x 4 with ¾” powder coated steel balusters, and a composite top cap. Low voltage accent lighting accompanies each post around the inside of the deck 12” off of the deck surface. The building permit was included, as always and the total price of the project was approximately $15,000.

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