Composite Deck Building
Composite wood is manufactured, or man-made wood. Made from recycled materials, there are more advantages than simply being an eco-conscious wood alternative. In fact, there are many advantage to choosing composite wood over natural wood. Here are a few of those advantages:
- — Increased durability
- — Low maintenance
- — A wide variety of stylish options
- — Increased value in the long-run
When you consider the advantages of owning a composite deck, it’s no wonder why composite wood decks are rapidly growing in popularity! The challenge people who want a composite deck face is finding a company with the expertise to offer this deck building service. We use brands such as Trex, TimberTech, Fiberon, Weatherbest, Evergrain, Latitude, Procell and many more. DeckMaster has been in business since 1999, and our trained and certified team of deck builders have the ability to tackle all types of projects. When it comes time for you to start on your composite deck, choose DeckMaster!
Wood Deck Building
Advantages of a real wood deck include appearance and value. Although it requires more routine maintenance, many people prefer the look of a wood deck over composite. From start to finish, design to construction, DeckMaster™ has all of the tools, resources, and experience to build you the wood deck you’ve been dreaming of. Our name says it all – we have mastered deck building in the Gaithersburg area. We build custom decks so you get exactly what you’re looking for, and we offer the following wood options:
- — Pressure treated wood
- — Mahogany
- — IPE
- — Cedar
- — Redwood
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Safety can also be maximized on tiled stairs by incorporating profiles to reduce slipping hazards and increase visibility. Profiles can help achieve a slip-resistant wear surface on the stair’s surface, or can cover the top of the stair riser to make each step stand out. Profiles can also simply be incorporated into tiled stairs for a decorative touch.