Let Us Help You Build a Better Deck

When planning a deck, you should have in mind functionality. Deck should be easily accessed, it should accommodate your grill, table, and room for family and guest to move around. Consider material which will easily stand up to the weather without requiring constant maintenance.
Deck should be build according to local codes and designed right so it can hold various items you intend to put on it, it should be structurally sound and family and guest's safety should be the main concern.

I know that you take pride in your home, and that is why quality and craftsmanship is our main concern, so you can enjoy the beautiful deck for years to come.

Call us today for consultation so we can help you with design and build you a beautiful deck.
To build a better deck, you have a few choices and materials to choose from. Please select decking material bellow , to learn more about the product and its specifications.

1) Western Red Cedar
Western Red Cedar is reddish brown and ages to silvery gray. The soft wood splinters easily, but holds up well in rain, sun, heat, and cold. To add beauty and durability to your cedar deck, use a penetrating stain.

2) Redwood
Like cedar, redwood is a soft lumber that ages to a pleasing gray. Prolonged moisture will cause the wood to blacken. A redwood deck will resist rot, but will look more attractive if you use a sealer.

3) Ipé
Known by the brand names Pau Lope® and Iron Woods®, Ipé is an almost magical South American hardwood. The USDA Forest Service Products Laboratory gives Ipé top marks for bug- and rot-resistance, and the wood is so hard, it's nearly as difficult to burn as concrete. The use of rain forest woods is controversial, however. If you choose Ipé for your deck, make sure that it has been harvested responsibly.

4) ACQ Lumber                                                  
ACQ is a copper based preservative system that is the most cost-effective alternative to CCA. ACQ has been researched and tested since the late 1980's. It was introduced commercially in 1992. ACQ provides dependable performance and is building code compliant (NER 628). It treats a wider range softwood lumber species, and is quality assured by a third party (TPI or SPIB). Like CCA, it is treated against decay and insect damage. When purchased, freshly treated ACQ is the familiar green color like CCA. It will weather to a tan/brown color in months and eventually weather to gray over time. It can be stained or sealed.

5) Trex, Timber-Tech, Fiberon, Azek
These decking and railing products are made from a unique combination of reclaimed wood and plastics, giving you the best qualities of both materials. The plastic shields the wood from moisture and insect damage, so there's no rotting or splintering. The wood protects the plastic from UV damage and gives your deck a solid, natural feel. It looks great year after year.

We are certified installers for the following manufacturers of decking material. Select manufacturer to learn more about their decking product.