Custom Decks

Get the Custom Deck of Your Dreams

If you have your sights set on enjoying the great outdoors this season, nothing is better than a well-designed deck. Not only can you create a welcoming transition between indoor and outdoor living, a professionally constructed deck can add value to your home.

Our expert construction professionals can help bring the deck of your dreams to life. Or, if you aren’t sure where to start, we can help you design the perfect custom deck for your home. Plus, we build to the highest standards, going to code and beyond, so you can be confident in the construction and durability of your deck.

Does Your Deck Need a Facelift?
Not ready for a full new build? We can give your current deck a facelift, such as re-flooring the existing structure, adding a new railing and decorative lattice or safety repairs, expanding its footprint, or even adding a covering. 

Should You Build a Wood Deck or Composite Deck?
When building a new deck, one of the biggest decisions you’ll need to make is which material to use. Wood and composite both come with pros and cons, so you’ll need to decide which factors matter most to you. Here are three factors to consider when making your decision:


For outstanding durability and long-life, composite boards come out on top. Composite boards are dense and water-resistant, so they never warp, crack, or split. That means your deck will stay in great shape for years to come.


Personal preferences vary but many swear by the natural beauty of real wood over the “too perfect” and fake look of composite materials. Additionally, composite materials are often only available in a few colors, while wood can easily be stained.


While pressure-treated lumber is by far the cheapest option, natural wood requires ongoing upkeep to maintain its beauty and strength. Composite decking is expensive to purchase but, with little to no maintenance costs, it’s more of a one-time investment.

the bottom line

Ultimately, it’s a matter of personal choice, budget, and how much effort you’ll want to spend on maintaining your deck. If you’re working with a tighter budget and don’t mind investing sweat equity, natural wood is the right choice for you. If you want more peace of mind and don’t want to bother with maintenance, go with composite decking.

Make It Your Own


  • Lighting
  • Railing/gates
  • Skirting (under-deck closeout) 
  • Privacy walls
  • Landscape felt & gravel
  • Under-deck dry space/waterproofing 
  • Playground add-ons (swings, slides, etc.)
  • Under-deck storage


  • Aluminum
  • Composite
  • Wood
  • Cable Rail
  • Drink Rail
  • Solid Rail


    • Electrical
    • Solar
    • Riser lights
    • Accent lights
    • Post cap lights
    • Deck/floor-integrated

      Let’s Get Started

      There is no better time to begin the transformation of your outdoor living space. Schedule your free quote NOW!