Deck Consultation


Material

PRESSURE TREATED WOOD

Inexpensive fir infused with an anti-decay and insecticide agent, pressure treated decking is a low cost favorite.

  • COST: The cheapest option
  • LOOKS: Not a stunner but can be stained
  • MAINTENANCE: Treat with water repellent every couple of years
  • LONGEVITY: 15 years

CEDAR

This perennial favorite is inexpensive, easy to work with, and good looking

  • COST: Middle range cost
  • LOOKS: An interesting, consistent grain
  • MAINTENANCE: Expect annual refinishing
  • LONGEVITY: 20 years

COMPOSITE

Made of wood fiber combined with recycled polyethylene, composite decking is a handsome, low-maintenance material.

  • COST: The highest cost
  • LOOKS: Crisp appearance with many colour-through tint option
  • MAINTENANCE: The minimal wood content fosters some mold, though washing with keep will keep it at bay
  • LONGEVITY: 20 years

Railing

WOOD RAILINGS

Wood is traditional material for railings because it is affordable and easy to install. However, a wood railing requires tedious maintenance and tends to obstruct a backyard view.

STEEL BALUSTERS

Steel screw-on balusters can be combined with a simple wood railing. they install quickly and are less prone to obstruct the view than wood.

STAINLESS – STEEL CABLE

stainless-steel cable is the least obtrusive material and adds a clean, contemporary look to a deck

COMPOSITE

composite railings require little maintenance and come in a wide variety of colours and profiles.

ALUMINUM

Powder-coated aluminum railing is nearly maintenance-free, installs quickly, and barely impedes your view.

GLASS

for an unimpeded view of the greater world, a clear glass panel can’t be beat. The combination of the frame are wood and aluminum.


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