Decking projects come in all shapes and sizes, each one tailored to suit the individual client’s needs. A basic deck can be enhanced just by altering the layout of the boards, then with the use of handrails, different levels and the addition of garden structures, the deck can become an area for relaxation and entertaining.
Once an enquiry is made then a site visit will be arranged. At this point the customer’s requirements will be discussed, any queries will be answered and also an extensive portfolio of previous work will be made available. Then when all the measurements and information regarding the intended project have been made, and any questions have been answered, a quote will be generated. The quote given is the final price to be paid, the only time this will change is if the customer makes additions to the work or materials involved.
We have over 20 years experience in the construction of decking projects, and as previously stated each one is tailored to suit the individual. We like to work closely with all our customers as our number one priority is for the project is completed to their satisfaction.
All our materials are sourced locally, using products that are of a high standard. A good working relationship with our suppliers ensures a first class service which helps all parties involved. All work is carried out to the highest standards with the minimum disruption to the property, and those living there.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Will The Deck Last?
All timber components are pressure treated which manufactures insist is a 15 year anti-rot treatment. However during the construction of your project we also try to ensure that no timber is in contact with the ground. We also recommend the occasional application of a suitable treatment to further extend the life of your deck.
Decking Attracts Vermin
No, Vermin are attracted by food so if it is obtainable then they will be attracted, but this applies to most animals whether domestic or wild. Deny a food source then vermin will go elsewhere. Once again washing the deck down will help in this.
I’ve Heard Decking Can Be Slippy
Yes, but given the right conditions then so can most surfaces. Where possible the deck boards are laid to provide the maximum amount of grip. Also the use of a pressure washer 2 to 3 times a year will prevent a build up of dirt and moss, which both provide a slippery surface.
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