About the service
Looking to build a new deck or upgrade your existing one? Look no further! Our team of experienced professionals is here to help.
With years of experience in the construction industry, we have the skills and expertise to build a high-quality, safe, and durable deck frame that will last for years to come. Whether you have a specific design in mind or need help with the planning process, we can help bring your vision to life.
In addition to our top-notch craftsmanship, we offer flexible scheduling and prompt, reliable service to make the process as convenient as possible for you. Plus, our competitive pricing and free consultations ensure that you get the best value for your investment.
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Wood Vs. Steel
Wood and steel are both commonly used materials for deck frames. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, and the best choice for a particular project will depend on a variety of factors, including cost, strength, durability, and appearance.
Wooden deck frames are typically made from pressure-treated lumber, which is wood that has been treated with chemicals to resist rot and insect damage. Pressure-treated lumber is generally less expensive than steel and is easy to work with, making it a popular choice for DIY projects. However, it is not as strong as steel and may not be suitable for large or high decks, or for decks in areas prone to heavy loads or severe weather conditions. Wood also requires regular maintenance, such as staining or painting, to protect it from the elements and extend its lifespan.
Steel deck frames, on the other hand, are extremely strong and durable. They are resistant to rot, insect damage, and other forms of decay, and they require very little maintenance. Steel frames are also lightweight and easy to install, and they can span longer distances without the need for intermediate supports, making them well-suited for large decks. However, steel frames are generally more expensive than wood and may require specialized tools and techniques for installation. They are also prone to rust if not properly protected, which can impact their appearance and structural integrity over time.
Ultimately, the choice between a wood and steel deck frame will depend on your budget, the size and location of the deck, and your personal preferences and priorities. It may be helpful to consult with a professional deck builder or engineer to determine the best option for your specific project.
Deck Frame Build – What’s Included
We specialize in the construction of high-quality wooden decks, and our team of experienced craftsmen will work with you to design and build a deck that meets your needs and complements your home.
Our deck framing service includes:
- Site preparation: We'll handle all aspects of site preparation, including obtaining necessary building permits, excavating and grading the site, and installing the deck's foundation (which may be concrete footings or posts set in the ground).
- Deck framing: Using only the highest quality materials, we'll carefully frame your deck with joists and beams to ensure a strong and stable structure.
- Customization: We offer a range of options for customizing your deck, including the addition of railings, stairs, and other features as requested.
- Quality assurance: We take pride in our work and strive to deliver the best results possible. Our team will carefully check every aspect of the deck to ensure it meets our high standards of quality.
Contact us today to learn more about how our deck framing service can help you create the outdoor space of your dreams.
Deck Drainage System
Deck drainage services involve installing systems to protect decks from water damage, including channels, gutters, under-deck roof systems, and more.
Steel deck framing is a service that involves the construction of a deck using a frame made of steel beams and joists.