we build breathtaking decks for your family and friends to enjoy
These multi-tiered designs are the perfect fit for Hill Country homes.
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Whether traditional or super-chic, a deck can make or break your outdoor space. When designing your deck, we take into consideration how you’ll be using it. If for you the deck will serve mainly as a place to rest and relax, it can be freestanding—almost anywhere on your property.
We incorporate trees into designs
The original and still most common decking choice, wood is natural, strong, easy to install and feels good under bare feet. Wood “decking” can be used in a number of ways, such as part of garden landscaping, to extend living areas of houses and as an alternative to stone based features such as patios.
Pressure treated wood is a must
We use pressure treated wood because it lasts about 15 years, it is the least expensive and most common type of decking. Most pressure-treated wood is made from Southern yellow pine, which can be quick to splinter if not maintained.
Railing is a must for these decks
If you like cooking outdoors, you’ll want it attached to your house near the kitchen. If you love outdoor entertaining, we’ll build it just off your family room. A deck can serve as a bridge from the house to the pool or as an extension of the existing pool surround.
Built in benches are a must have
And, don’t overlook shade considerations. If your site lacks trees, you may want to add a shade covering, or consider trellising or pergola-like beams to provide a built-in solution. Remember that a deck is part of both the house and the landscape, so make it meet your requirements in terms of function and aesthetics.
We show you how to maintain your deck
All wooden decks should be cleaned annually to prevent them from rotting, splintering, and warping. Even though all wood naturally weathers to a gray color, it should be cleaned and re-stained every two to three years to keep it looking its best.