A timber deck expands the useable space of your home significantly and allows you to enjoy the outdoors without having to get down in the grass and dirt. As an extension of your home, an oasis out in the yard or a way to finish off a swimming pool, a deck provides a neat, level surface where you can sit and relax or entertain. Let the professionals at All Services Property Maintenance guide you through the deck repair and restoration process and be confident of a job well done at a great price.Building a deck may seem like a relatively easy job but there are many local construction codes to consider and a professional is the best way to handle it. There are obvious safety concerns involved when installing any type of structure on your property so a dependable licensed contractor with experience and the right tools and equipment can finish the job safely and in a reasonable amount of time.
Each deck is uniqueFor every home, a deck repair project involves a different set of conditions. Your choice of materials is just one option that needs to be considered. To ensure sturdiness, the ground needs to be evaluated and the proper footings installed. Running electrical lines or plumbing adds another set of challenges that require experience and know-how. Handicap accessibility or other safety features beyond what is required by building codes create still more requirements that must be handled properly. Given all these considerations, leaving the details to a professional is a wise decision that will save you time and probably money in the long run. This is especially true when you call All Services Property Maintenance. As a full service contractor and a licensed home inspector, we know all the rules and regulations and have plenty of experience to build your deck right.
There is more to deck repair than you thinkNot only is each home unique, the personality of the home owner and the intended uses for the deck are also quite diverse. Depending on your needs, interests and the amount of space you have available, there are many different ideas to consider.
- Natural wood, composite or synthetic construction materials
- Steps and other access considerations
- Railings – traditional, glass, vinyl, cables and more
- Overhead construction – pergola – for shade, lighting, fans, hanging plants
- Unique shapes or varied levels