Decks

Do you have a slab of broken concrete as your back deck? Perhaps your deck was built in the 1970's and is ready for a redesign?

One of the blessings of living in Kansas is the four seasons we enjoy: with a beautiful spring, pleasant summer evenings, gorgeous falls, and all the while it isn't uncommon to have a winter day with temperatures in the 50's. What better way to enjoy the weather than a deck?

Get together with your neighbors, invite your family over, have a cookout with friends, or just unwind with your family and share after a long day.

Do you spend all day indoors at work? Another fifteen to thirty minutes in the car? All evening (and night) inside your house? Enjoy the fresh air and spend some time outdoors on a deck. Fire up the grill and enjoy a meal together as a family.

When it comes to deck construction, we've found that only the best supplies are worth using. We would never think of using untreated lumber. Treated lumber, often rough or smooth cedar, seems to be the most popular, with composite decking materials coming in at a close second. Some decks use a combination of treated lumber and composite materials. We always use screws(not nails) due to the durability and strength. After the treated lumber has cured (about three months) we can stop by and apply a long-lasting coat of sealant. Sealing decks is similar to house painting: we don't use spray machines but have found the tried and true method of brushes and rollers to provide longer-lasting results.

Whether your deck is built at ground level or is a two-story project, give us a call. From simple to ornate, we've handled a number of local deck projects.

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