Decks that stand out.
Tip #1: Form follows function.
Whether you like to start each morning sipping coffee on the deck, or the deck is used to host large groups, it all depends on you. Zoning in on your specific uses for the deck will help you and the designer create the perfect outdoor space.
Design Ideas & Decking Materials
Pressure Treated Lumber:
Before the words “composite” and “deck” were ever strung together, everyone was using some form of wood to construct decks. Wood is easy to work with, strong, durable and long-lasting if proper care is taken. It’s still a very good option if you don’t mind spending some time each year maintaining your deck.
Pressure treated lumber is also very easy to work with. You want a planter box in the shape of your favorite Spongebob character? No problem. In all seriousness – we can explore tons of options. Built-in bench storage with cooler for beverages? You got it.
And as far as affordability… Wood decks are the most affordable solution. As long as they’re taken care of, pressure treated decks are a tremendous bang-for-your-buck investment in your outdoor lifestyle.
The most durable, longest-lasting material you can use to build your new deck. Beautiful AND practical, composite deck boards are the ultimate material for outdoor living spaces. A diverse palate of premium composite products have been hand selected by our design and installation team for aesthetic elegance and design flexibility.
The materials we’ve selected are installed like hardwood floors. We use hidden fasteners to give your deck a professional edge and to save you from having to hammer nails back in! We’ve all been there.
Your new deck will come with peace of mind included.
Just relax and wait for the compliments to roll in.