Building a deck for your home in Largo is like adding a new room to your home. It is an exciting adventure but there are limitless possibilities that can seem overwhelming at times. We work with our clients to choose the best decking materials and types of decks for your home.
Wood Decks – The standard American classic, a natural wood deck is the most popular choice for homeowners. It is typically less expensive to go with natural wood up front, unless you use a rare type of wood that costs more per square foot. The tradeoff for the lower cost to build a wood deck, however, is the cost of maintaining it. Wood is susceptible to rotting and warping with age, and needs to be resealed annually to keep it in like-new condition.
Composite Decks – Manmade materials such as Azek, Timber Tech, fiberglass, or Trex decks come in a variety of finishes that can match the look of any type of wood. Artificial deck materials are more costly initially than wood, but don’t require ongoing maintenance like wood does. As installation is complete, what you see is what it will look like for the life of the deck. It should be washed regulary, but you’ll never have to reseal or refinish it.
So which one is right for you? It depends on several factors, such as whether the deck will be in a sunny or shaded area, and how much traffic and use it will have. Give us a call or fill out the quote form at the top of the page to have one of our professional deck contractors help you decide which type is best for your home.
Custom Deck Designs
Curved Deck – With composite materials like Trex becoming more popular, custom deck designs have more possibilities than ever before. The malleability of fiberglass deck material allows them to be heated and conformed to a unique curve shape, making a curved deck a possibility.
Looking for a beautiful addition to your yard that isn’t connected to your home? Gazebos are perfect for adding a peaceful sanctuary to your outdoor living space. They are covered with a roof but are open on all sides so that you can take in 360 degree views
Pool Deck – No backyard paradise is complete without a beautiful cement pool deck. In addition to elegance, adding an exposed aggregate or stamped concrete pool deck pool or pavers also provides non-slip traction for an added level of safety. Our Largo decks look amazing and will last a lifetime.
Multi–level Deck – When working with a narrow area or a sloping lot, dividing the patio into a multi-level structure can make a small space feel open and inviting. Popular options include building outdoor kitchens to the upper level, extra seating areas in a private lounge area, or even a fire pit.
How much is a new deck going to cost?
That depends on the size, material, and a host of other factors. One thing you can know for sure is that when you call us for a quote, you won’t be pressured, there won’t be any strings attached, and absolutely no surprise price raises half way into the project.
We’re not the bargain store of deck contractors, and we don’t pretend to be. When it comes to your home, we believe that you don’t expect anything less than the absolute highest quality – and that’s what you’ll get with us.