Decks

One of the most popular trends in home development today is outdoor living. Decks are practical, useful and stylish. First of all, a deck is the perfect way to add functional space where you can spend time with your family and friends.

Decks give a completely new perspective to outdoor comfort. You can use the deck as a place for an outdoor grill or dinner table, or to plant herb or container gardens, to add natural beauty to your outdoors.

Last, but not the least – a deck enhances the value of your home. You will get back all the money you spent building a deck when you sell your home, and the additional outdoor area will help sell it faster.

We offer you three main options for the deck (maybe you want to visit stairs and railings page too):

Pipe
Pressure treated wood is the most common option to deck building.

Cedar
A more expensive type of wood will last you longer and looks more stylish.

Composite
While this option costs more than wood, composite materials offer the promise of greater durability and less maintenance.

Explore different deck styles clicking on the image below:

Deck styles

Pipe

Pressure Treated Wood (Pipe)
Two Level Pressure Treated Wood (Pipe) Deck
Pressure Treated Wood (Pipe)
Pressure Treated Wood (Pipe) with Stairs and Wood Railings
Pressure Treated Wood (Pipe) with Stairs and Wood Railings (Pervious Deck)
Pressure Treated Wood (Pipe) with Stairs and Wood & Metal Railings
Pressure Treated Wood (Pipe) with Stairs and Wood & Metal Railings
Porch Renovation (Pipe) with Wood Railings
Pressure Treated Wood (Pipe) Deck and Fence
Pressure Treated Wood (Pipe) Deck and Fence

Cedar

Cedar Deck with Fence
Diagonal Cedar Deck
Diagonal Cedar Deck
Deck Renovation (from Pipe to Cedar)
Deck Renovation (Cedar)
Deck Renovation (Cedar)
Porch Renovation (Cedar) with Wood & Metal Railings
Porch Renovation (Cedar) with Wood & Metal Railings
Deck Renovation (Cedar)
Deck Renovation (Cedar)

Composite

Composite Deck with Metal Railings
Porch Renovation (Concrete to Composite with Metal Railings)
Porch Renovation (Wood to Composite with Metal Railings)
Composite Deck with Wood & Metal Railings
Composite Deck

Deck styles

Any deck style can be done with or without edging: the choice is up to you. The only limitation is that diagonal styles require full diagonal edging. For your convenience, the edging here is indicated by a slightly darker color, although it is made of the same material (or different color for composite decks).

Deck edging options

We offer you to explore the following deck coverage styles – choose one to your liking or come up with your own. Horizontal is the most affordable option, but if you are looking for the more elegant solution, take a look at premium diagonal styles.

Horizontal style without edging
Horizontal overlapping style with diagonal edging
Horizontal + middle board style with diagonal edging
Diagonal style with full diagonal edging
Double diagonal style with full diagonal edging

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