Douglas, Carroll, Paulding, Cobb, Fulton

atlanta's fastest growing deck company

Savvy homeowners choose PVC

With a 50 YEAR WARRANTY & Cool-Touch™ technology, PVC gives homeowners the absolute best value. Eliminate problems caused by weather and insects, and make every dollar stretch as far as possible!

atlanta's fastest growing deck company

Savvy homeowners choose PVC

With a 50 YEAR WARRANTY & Cool-Touch™ technology, PVC gives homeowners the absolute best value. Eliminate problems caused by weather and insects, and make every dollar stretch as far as possible!

PVC decks outlast wood many times over, carry amazing manufacturer warranties, are impervious to weather and insects, don't splinter or warp, stay ~30 degrees cooler than composite in direct sunlight, require very little maintenance, and look like a million bucks! For the homeowner who values quality, and wants the best looking product for the longest, PVC is the only option.

PVC decks outlast wood many times over, carry amazing manufacturer warranties, are impervious to weather and insects, don't splinter or warp, stay ~30 degrees cooler than composite in direct sunlight, require very little maintenance, and look like a million bucks! For the homeowner who values quality, and wants the best looking product for the longest, PVC is the only option.

Why we use TimberTech™ PVC

Why PVC decks are so special...

Impervious to moisture & insects + low maintenance

Because PVC is made from recycled material and contains no organic matter, it wont absorb water and it wont get eaten by carpenter bees and termites. 

Aside from that, it’s hyper-durable, harder than wood, and requires almost no maintenance outside of a light pressure wash every now and again. 

While many homeowners opt to have their PVC deck built onto a waterproofed wooden frame (saves cost), we recommend upgrading the frame to composite or steel for a truly worry-free deck that will outlive you!

unbeatable manufacturers warranties

Little says more about a product than its warranty, and TimberTech™ stands by their product more than anyone else. With their 50 year “Fade and Stain” and limited lifetime warranties, these products are promised to last the long haul.

Instead of harping on the benefits of these warranties and what you’ll get when you use us as your TimberTech™ installer, why don’t you read it for yourself by clicking the button below!

Superior to Composite in Every way

Composite boards have long been the go-to wood alternative for decks. While composite is a fantastic product, PVC is the next, better evolution in wood alternative decking. Why?

Our favorite reason is because it stays cooler than composite in direct sunlight. While composite can feel like new asphalt on bare feet in mid July, PVC stays about 30 degrees cooler. Which means more comfort on bare feet, and also far less radiant heat making you sweat while you’re on it. 

But there are plenty of other reasons we use PVC instead of composite including:

Elegance that Surpasses its cost

It’s one thing to take a rough material like wood, and cut, sand and stain it to look nice. There’s nothing wrong with that and we do it all the time. 

But there’s something special about building with a material that already looks better than pressure treated stained or painted wood could ever look. 

Compare a nice pressure treated project with a similar PVC project side by side, and there’s no competition. The PVC deck looks and feels so much more luxurious, finished, intentional, and organic to the home. 

And with the accompanying handrail systems (vinyl + aluminum), or upgraded steel or glass options, your neighbors go from “nice deck” to “oK mR mOnEy bAgS…” real quick!

Why PVC decks are so special...

Impervious to moisture & insects + low maintenance

Because PVC is made from recycled material and contains no organic matter, it wont absorb water and it wont get eaten by carpenter bees and termites. 

Aside from that, it’s hyper-durable, harder than wood, and requires almost no maintenance outside of a light pressure wash every now and again. 

While many homeowners opt to have their PVC deck built onto a waterproofed wooden frame (saves cost), we recommend upgrading the frame to composite or steel for a truly worry-free deck that will outlive you!

unbeatable manufacturers warranties

Little says more about a product than its warranty, and TimberTech™ stands by their product more than anyone else. With their 50 year “Fade and Stain” and limited lifetime warranties, these products are promised to last the long haul.

Instead of harping on the benefits of these warranties and what you’ll get when you use us as your TimberTech™ installer, why don’t you read it for yourself by clicking the button below!

Superior to Composite in Every way

Composite boards have long been the go-to wood alternative for decks. While composite is a fantastic product, PVC is the next, better evolution in wood alternative decking. Why?

Our favorite reason is because it stays cooler than composite in direct sunlight. While composite can feel like new asphalt on bare feet in mid July, PVC stays about 30 degrees cooler. Which means more comfort on bare feet, and also far less radiant heat making you sweat while you’re on it. 

But there are plenty of other reasons we use PVC instead of composite including:

Elegance that Surpasses its cost

It’s one thing to take a rough material like wood, and cut, sand and stain it to look nice. There’s nothing wrong with that and we do it all the time. 

But there’s something special about building with a material that already looks better than pressure treated stained or painted wood could ever look. 

Compare a nice pressure treated project with a similar PVC project side by side, and there’s no competition. The PVC deck looks and feels so much more luxurious, finished, intentional, and organic to the home. 

And with the accompanying handrail systems (vinyl + aluminum), or upgraded steel or glass options, your neighbors go from “nice deck” to “oK mR mOnEy bAgS…” real quick!

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Most Frequently Asked Questions

Our prices are generally measured by the price per square foot per material type, and include simultaneous costs for labor and expertise.

Lots of companies can build a decent deck. We differentiate ourselves with our commitment to perfect customer experience and service, a higher attention to detail and use case, and an elevated built process that includes features, values and benefits to our customers that our competition doesn’t.  

On our initial phone call, we’ll give you everything you need to know to make an informed decision, including initial pricing, materials and build options, customization options, payment and financing options, and next steps. 

Should you like what we present, we’ll schedule an in-home visit with our brand rep, who will get granular with your project in terms of the specifics and details. 

After that, we’ll present a quote, sign a contract, process payment, obtain permits, order materials, break ground, and work daily to get the project done as soon as possible. 

Only as it pertains to the exterior project…like turning a window into a door, or running electrical to the fuse box. 

We do have contacts that remodel interiors, and we’re always happy to refer business to them if needed. 

Easily the best value from a materials standpoint is going to be TimberTech or Fortress PVC deck boards, along with Owens-Corning composite framing or Fortress steel framing.

While these products do cost a bit more up front, they last much longer than wood, stay nicer with far less maintenance, and are impervious to weather and insects. 

If you want to make your dollars stretch, using these wood-alternative products will ensure you’re getting the most out of your budget.

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