Indian Trail’s Choice in Deck & Porch Builders
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Bringing Award Winning Service to Indian Trail, NC
We take pride in providing high-quality craftsmanship for your Porch and Decking needs. Great service, beautiful design and excellent products make our company stand out among the rest. We want to bring your vision to life and will work with you to make that happen. Keeping your budget in mind, we use industry leading materials like Solutions Railing, Trex and Screeneze to build you the deck or porch that you are envisioning. If you are looking for quality, experience and excellent customer service in Indian Trail, contact us today. We would be happy to provide a free estimate and get started building your dreams.
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Indian Trail, North Carolina Deck Builders
Building a beautiful outdoor living space will add value to your home. We want to show you what’s possible at Charlotte Decks & Porches. We look to the finest products, backed by warranty and the test of time, to complete your project. Many of these products are produced under environmentally friendly manufacturing processes. Keeping our community and our environment beautiful are services that this company fully supports.
Our choices in wood and composite decks allow you to get more out of your outdoor space. Expand the possibilities for time with family and friends with a beautiful deck. Screened-in porches can also offer comfort and style for all seasons. Using products like Solutions Railing, Eze-Breeze and Velux, we will craft a porch that can keep bugs away and protect you from the summer heat. Seasons can change quickly in Indian Trail, don’t let that stop you from enjoying the outdoors. Reach out to Charlotte Decks & Porches to get started.
One of the Top Family-friendly Towns in Charlotte, North Carolina
Indian Trail is located in Union County, North Carolina and was founded on the 12th of March, 1861. The town is well-known for the traders that used to travel along the “Indian Trail,” running from Petersburg, Virginia to the Waxhaw Indians, for gold mining. At first a quiet farming community, the area started to expand once German, and Scottish-Irish settlers moved here. Thus, the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad, a Class I railroad company was built in 1874, between Charlotte, North Carolina and Monroe, North Carolina. The railroad, now non-functioning, had a substantial financial impact on the area.
In the 21st century, the town has seen tremendous growth. Its population has grown from just 1942 people in 1990 to an astounding 3351.820 residents in only two decades. There are now 11.121 households and 9060 families that live here, with a density of 1545.4 people per square mile.
The city was listed as one of the top family-friendly towns in the country by Family Circle magazine and it is also a significant source of entertainment in the Charlotte metropolitan area, holding one of the biggest annual parades on every Fourth of July.