Deck out your backyard with a new look!

Imagine stepping out onto your exciting new deck – the perfect venue for entertaining all summer long. We'll help you plan it out, and cost it out, from start to finish. Bring us your ideas, and we'll help you build on them. 
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Find the perfect material for
building your deck

Pressure Treated

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Pressure treated lumber has been used for years in the construction of decks. This lumber has been specially treated to withstand the elements better than non-treated wood. The treatment requires the wood to be immersed in a liquid preservative. Then, the wood is put into a pressure chamber that pushes the preservative into the core of the wood.

Pressure treated wood is definitely the most popular choice of decking. This is probably because it is the most affordable option. When you are going to be working on a big building project, this can be a significant source of savings. Because of its strength, this type of wood is also very durable. You are not going to have to replace this type of wood very often. It should be able to last for many years without any issues. But if there is damage, pressure treated wood can be easily and inexpensively repaired.

Another advantage that you will get from using pressure treated wood is that insects are not going to be attracted to it. It is actually toxic if an insect tries to bite into it or spends too much time on it. Due to this, insects are not going to want to be on the wood very much and will generally stay away from your house.

Composite

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In the world of decking, composite is a newer material. It is made from a combination of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and hardwood or softwood fibers. The benefits of composite are numerous. This material can last a lifetime, but it usually has a 20 year warranty. As you can imagine, it is very durable and low maintenance. This material does not rot, splinter, crack, or warp. It does not fade or wear as quickly as other wood types. Best of all, no staining or painting is required. For those with busy lifestyles, the low maintenance of composite offers terrific value.

Aesthetically pleasing, composite is an eye-catcher. Some admirers even say it is glossier and brighter than any paint or stain. Producers stay on top of the latest trends in colours, and some even give the product a wood grain look for extra appeal. Since composite is produced in mass quantities in a factory, it offers uniformity in its colour, weight, and size. Composite will continue looking great for years to come.

 

 

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