The Traditional Decking Option
Wood decking is, by far, the most popular type of decking material used today. With its wide variety of styles, ease of installation, and cheaper cost, it has been the industry leader forever.
We build wood decks out of various materials but only use Grade 1 lumber. The lumber you purchase from a local store is Grade 2 or 3. The materials we use include pressure-treated wood, IPE decking, and Tigerwood decking.
All of our wood decks are built to what we call, "Code Plus." Basically, we go above and beyond the standard code recommendations to ensure that your wood deck not only looks as good as you imagined but that it stands the test of time.
Advantages of Wood Decking
There are many advantages of installing a wood deck on your home. Modern advancements in wood treatments (pressure-treated), ensure your deck will last a long time. We also back our decks with a two-year warranty.
For many, wood decking has a superior aesthetic and feel—nothing comes close to the natural grain look wood offers. Wood decks are easily customizable with a limitless variety of styles, stains, and sealants available on the market.
Cost Of Wood Decking
Wood decking is cheaper than its composite decking counterpart up front, but can cost more in the long run due to maintenance costs. Things like resealing, staining, cracks, rot, and splinters can all factor in to future expenses required to maintain your wood deck. Costs also vary based on what type of wood materials you decide to use.
We've had the privilege of building some incredible decks over the years.
Snow Shoe Deck
Johnson Boat House
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