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  • Cedar
  • Pressure-treated
  • Composite
  • Vinyl
  • Wood
  • Aluminum
  • Glass
  • Arbors
  • Pergolas
  • Cabanas

Planning a deck:
The key element in building a deck is the plan. It needs to be properly sized and designed for existing codes and lumber tolerance. All Hands on Deck will help you plan and design a deck that suits your needs and budget.

Things to consider when planning a deck:

  • what furniture do you plan to put on your deck?
  • where do your stairs go?
  • where will your BBQ go?
  • do you want dry-storage beneath?
  • do you want it covered?
  • what decking material do you want to use?
  • do you need to create privacy?
Frequently asked Questions:

Q: Do you offer free estimates, and what all is involved?
A: Yes we do. We will come to your home, look at the project area, and help you design a deck to fit your needs and your budget, all based on your own ideas and our input. Most of the time we can design, draw up and price the project in one visit.

Q: What kind of projects do you undertake?
A: Our mainstay is building custom designed wood and vinyl decks. Remodeling and expanding existing decks has become very popular in recent years. We'll also build all the wood structures that accompany a deck such as: Arbors, Pergolas, Privacy walls, Fences and Gates.

Q: What materials do you work with?
A: For ground contact we use poured or precast concrete. The wood deck frames are built with pressure treated lumber. The wood frame can then be covered with either pressure treated, cedar, or composite materials which will make up flooring, railings, and perimeter skirting.

Vinyl deck frames are made of spruce and 5/8 T&G plywood and covered with high quality roof grade vinyl, which is applied by a certified installer who provides a waterproof guarantee. The railings can be constructed of wood, aluminum, glass or combination of these materials to suit your particular need. Wood railings are constructed on site and the aluminum railings are constructed off site in a factory setting, powder coated and once complete, expertly installed.

Q: How does the entire process go?
A: After deciding on a design with a working drawing and a price, we will determine a starting date and a target completion date. A 50% payment is due upon the delivery of materials to your home. The balance is due upon completion and 100% satisfaction.

Q: Does a wood deck require maintenance, and if so, how much?
A: If you build a pressure treated or cedar deck, you should care for it by applying a good wood sealer with a U.V. inhibitor. We do not recommend painting as that requires even more maintenance and tends to peel and chip away. Sealing should be done every 2 or 3 years and may, over time also require cleaning before the reseal including possibly power washing. Composite wood decks need yearly cleaning to keep them looking best, using a garden hose and a good quality deck cleaner sprayed on with a garden sprayer, and rinsed with the hose. Stains and spills should be cleaned up immediately.

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