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The cutting edge of the industry dogged attention to detail, and pre-planning every step of the way before boots hit the ground, keeps us head and shoulders above our competition.


Your tastes, your home, your vision. We listen to you and never force products or ideas on you. We see each home & customer as unique and special.


We work with the top manufacturers and best products in the business with enough variety to target your budget and needs while never compromising on quality.

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A beautiful home shouldn’t mean a lifetime of toil. With our banking connections, we’ll help you set up a payment plan that’s flexible and hassle-free. There’s no need for a home loan to get the perfect look for your home. Talk to us and we’ll be happy to walk you through all the payment plans available. Contact us today and let’s get started on creating your dream home.


  • Treated Pine
    Pine that has been treated is structurally superior and resistant to decay and termites. Pressure treatment allows protective ingredients to penetrate deeply into the heart of the wood. Treated pine is a popular material because it is the least expensive while maintaining a decent appearance.
  • Cedar
    Cedarwood is a good choice for the construction of outdoor decks and stairs. Cedar naturally resists decay, is light in weight, easy to work with, and fits the majority of architectural styles. Cedar holds up well in constant exposure to the sun, though if not stained every 2-3 years, it will begin to gray. However, it is less prone to cracking and splintering like treated pine decks.
  • Composite
    Made by combining cedarwood fiber and recycled material, composite decks are appreciated for their appearance and low maintenance. Composite material is more resistant to moisture and less prone to bending and warping. A composite deck is very durable, is as easy to install and looks very similar to regular wood, but requires minimal maintenance. Composite is becoming a popular material choice because of its low maintenance requirements; however, it is more expensive than other materials.
  • Vinyl
    Originally designed for marine docks, vinyl decks are another popular option for residential decking because of their durability, appearance, and low maintenance. Vinyl provides a wide variety of colors and is easily kept looking new for many years.

When thinking about adding a deck to your home, you should consider these factors:

  • The look you want
  • Your budget
  • The best material for your climate
  • Your usage/durability expectations

After considering these factors, call us and we will  =work with you to determine the best material for your deck.

This is usually determined by space available and personal preference but, in general, decks should be approximately the same size or slightly larger than interior rooms with the same function. A deck intended for dining should be around the size of a dining room. A deck intended for an outdoor gathering should be living room size. Keep in mind that most outdoor furniture is slightly larger than indoor furniture. Include additional space for circulation and traffic flow. Talk to us, we’ll help you create the perfect deck for your home and your needs.

Yes, grilling is one of the most common issues that cause staining on any decking or patio surface. Grease is a very hard stain to get rid of and in most cases will permanently stain any decking surface if not addressed immediately. The use of a grilling mat is recommended and can be obtained from any hardware store or purchased online. If in the event you do drop that freshly cooked cheeseburger on your deck, make sure the grease spot is cleaned up immediately; usually any household degreaser can be used. 

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