Decks & Porches
Nothing is more peaceful in New England than relaxing outside on nice days in March through October. We stand prepared to design and build your deck with materials that either you select or we will guide you on what is best to achieve your project goals. We specialize in decks, fences, trellises to outdoor kitchens. Regardless of your outdoor needs, we have your covered.
We can help you with the following services:
- New Deck
- New Porch
- Deck Renovation or Extension
- Porch Renovation or Extension
- Stair Repair
- New Railing
- Railing Repair
- Outdoor Fire Area
- Outdoor Kitchen
- Deck Lighting
- Painting & Staining
What Deck Materials are Right for You?
Wood Material Options:Wood is the most traditional building material for decks, with pressure-treated Pine being the most popular. A large majority of consumers select pressure-treated wood for its affordability and longevity. For those that seek a natural look, cedar is the best choice due to its natural absorption of water and fact that it doesn’t split or twist.
Why to Choose Wood: Wood can be constructed in a variety of styles and can also be stained or painted in any color that you choose. The initial cost of a wood deck is less expensive than a vinyl or composite deck . If a wooden deck is constructed properly and maintained regularly, it will be durable and last for decades. If the wood you select is sustainably harvested, it is also renewable unlike vinyl and composite decks.
For those that are seeking a low-maintenance option, vinyl decks are a great option. Vinyl decking products are available through many manufacturers as well as forms, including cellular products and hollow extrusions and cellular products. Cellular products allow manufacturers to create products that have a wood-like appearance for those seeking a natural look. Hollow extrusions are typically used for railings, however can be found on decks as well.
What is composite decking: Composite decking are referred to as, engineered wood products and come in a wide variety of options. For example, composite decking can be solid boards, hollow, capped and co-extruded with or without a layer of PVC. It is common to find composite decking with components that are ready for assembly, however you can also purchase it and build with it, much like you would with wood. Most importantly, they are all made with recycled plastics, fibers and binding agents.
Why to Choose Composite: Composite decking is created with an appearance of real wood, comes pre-finished and therefore does not require any painting or staining. Composite decks are easy to clean and are environmentally friendly. The fact that they are made from recycled materials is a major attraction to many consumers.
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