We strive to create the custom deck that fits your unique needs. Our experience and excellent service will combine to give you an understanding of what’s possible for your new deck project. With all the choices we offer, together we can design the deck you’ve always wanted.
Trex Progold Composite Decks Installer
Wood decks of all types, including pressure-treated wood, cedar, and redwood, require extensive upkeep. Composite decking is designed with the beauty of wood decking but without maintenance. Our composite deck installers are TrexPro® Gold certified. Our builders receive advanced training to join this select group of professionals with extensive Trex experience giving you peace of mind that your deck is built without fault the first time.
We choose the best composite decking materials by Trex. Based on quality and value, TREX is the world’s #1 composite decking brand. They are an industry leader that uses 95% recycled materials and offers a 25-year warranty on their products. In addition, TREX was cited as the “Greenest Decking” brand in Green Builder Media’s 2017 Reader’s Choice Awards for the seventh straight year.
Natural wood decks have a wonderful appeal for your porch and decking needs. Cox offers a superior product for the price. Pressure treated pine protects against fungal decay, rot and termite attack. With many options in grade and treatment—it offers a lighter, more natural appearance. Budget friendly, they offer a limited lifetime warranty on their pressure treated pine materials.
Kiln dried wood is another option offered by Cox. With the appearance of composite, it is rigorously inspected to be free of knots for a smoother look and feel. Because kiln-drying removes excess moisture, you can stain it immediately.
Extending the Outdoor Living Spaces in Charlotte with Custom Covered Decks.
In addition to increasing your home’s value, a covered deck extends your living space. A covered deck is also more functional, as you can use that increased living space almost all year round. Outdoor furniture, rugs, grills, and you are protected from the sun and the rain. Your family and guests can stay shaded and dry, enjoying the outdoors and fresh air even on those rainy days. Our professionals can design and build the covered deck of your dreams, or a beautiful cover for an existing deck.
Choose from high-quality, long lasting composite decking from companies like Trex, or treated natural wood from Cox. With a wide variety of grades and treatments, their pressure-treated pine products have a look that is light and natural, and come with a limited lifetime warranty. Their kiln dried wood is free of knots, giving it a smooth look and feel, and can immediately be stained because the kiln drying removes excess moisture. Whatever your choice, the quality and value of Cox products will give you a beautiful covered deck for many years to come.
Composite Decking vs Wood Decking
Composite decking combines the beauty of wood decking with low maintenance upkeep. If you love the natural look of wood but hate all the painting, staining, and sealing, composite decking is the choice for you.
- Extremely Durable: no warps or cracks, no water damage, & splinter-free
- Insect and Rot resistant
- Low Maintenance: no sanding, painting, or staining necessary
- Long-Term Value: low maintenance & 50+ year lifespan
- Extended Warranty: 25-year warranty
Wood remains the most used decking material, adds a classic touch to your home, and is budget-friendly. The choices are unlimited when it comes to design and staining/coloring options. Wood decking comes in a broad offering of grades, sizes, and treatments.
- Most affordable decking material
- A large variety of wood panels
- Makes a beautiful, aesthetically pleasing deck
- Easily customizable with different colored paints and stains
- 10-30 Year lifespan
The Choice is Yours
The argument of wood or composite deck all comes down to preference in the end. If you want the rich, natural look of real wood and the time and money for maintenance don’t bother you; natural wood decking is for you. If you want to invest in a more expensive decking option that’s low maintenance and can last nearly twice as long as a natural deck, then Trex composite decking is the way to go.