Douglas, Carroll, Paulding, Cobb, Fulton

atlanta's fastest growing deck company

Pressure-treated decks a cut above the rest.

Building the most durable, long-lasting, and most comfortable wooden decks around isn’t difficult; we simply put your needs first and include the things that give you the most value!

atlanta's fastest growing deck company

Pressure-treated decks a cut above the rest.

Building the finest wooden decks around isn’t hard; we simply put your needs first and give you the things with the most value!

Pressure treated decks are a great choice for those who want a larger space for less. While there are drawbacks in the long-term (maintenance, longevity, warping/splintering), this staple material allows homeowners to maximize surface space while minimizing up-front costs.

Pressure treated decks are a great choice for those who want a larger space for less. While there are drawbacks in the long-term (maintenance, longevity, warping/splintering), this staple material allows homeowners to maximize surface space while minimizing up-front costs.

Our (not so) Standard features...

waterproofed framing

New joists start rotting from the first rain, as water soaks in the top and begins damaging the frame.

Using special tape, we waterproof the tops of every single framing element, eliminating the danger presented by water.  

Other companies may offer this as an upgrade, or maybe not at all. We include it standard in every wood-frame build, because we know how important it is to protect our safety and the money we spend. 

DEKPRO™ balusters

Aluminum balusters elevate the aesthetics of a wooden deck, adding a chic and modern design element and adding contrast. We include them as a standard to every deck, instead of those plain old wooden ones.

The issue? Standard aluminum balusters are installed into the wood by gluing them into holes in the wood. As the wood settles and warps, those end connections become loose. 

This causes rattling and even dislodgment. DEKPRO™ is different!

DEKPRO™ baluster system uses a ribbed plastic fitting that hides in the wood and fastens to the baluster on either end. That fitting moves with the wood as it settles, keeping the baluster vertical and tight forever. 

No rattling. No dislodgment. No repairs needed. Just a safe, secure handrail system that you can rely on. 

splinter-Resist™ process

Milled lumber, regardless of quality, all come with the same issue: sharp edges and a tendency to splinter. 

While it may take more time, we’re sure to both sand and take those sharp factory edges off of every post and handrail. 

This ensures that the boards don’t splinter as they settle, and that you can comfortably lean up on a handrail or post without getting poked or cut. 

Picture-frame Design

In a traditional deck design, the boards butt up against one another in random intervals all over the deck. It sort of resembles an interior wood floor pattern. This is bad for a few reasons, but we have the solution. 

When boards randomly butt up against one another, they share a connection to the joint underneath. Not only does this look dated, it creates a structural weakness that will lead to curling at the ends of the boards (good luck to your toes!).

We use a picture-frame design, which means we build the frame in a very specific and precise way which allows us to use equal length boards, the ends of which sit on an entire joist instead of half-of a joist. 

Not only does this look cleaner, more minimal, more organized, more intentional, more design-focussed and more up to date. to also eliminates boards curling at the end. You’ll not need to worry about warping ever being a reason for repair down the road, and it’ll always be safe to go barefoot on your deck. 

 

 

Our (Not So) Standard features...

waterproofed framing

New joists start rotting from the first rain, as water soaks in the top and begins damaging the frame.

Using special tape, we waterproof the tops of every single framing element, eliminating the danger presented by water.  

Other companies may offer this as an upgrade, or maybe not at all. We include it standard in every wood-frame build, because we know how important it is to protect our safety and the money we spend. 

splinter-Resist™ process

Milled lumber, regardless of quality, all come with the same issue: sharp edges and a tendency to splinter. 

While it may take more time, we’re sure to both sand and take those sharp factory edges off of every post and handrail. 

This ensures that the boards don’t splinter as they settle, and that you can comfortably lean up on a handrail or post without getting poked or cut. 

DEKPRO™ balusters

Aluminum balusters elevate the aesthetics of a wooden deck, adding a chic and modern design element and adding contrast. We include them as a standard to every deck, instead of those plain old wooden ones.

The issue? Standard aluminum balusters are installed into the wood by gluing them into holes in the wood. As the wood settles and warps, those end connections become loose. 

This causes rattling and even dislodgment. DEKPRO™ is different!

DEKPRO™ baluster system uses a ribbed plastic fitting that hides in the wood and fastens to the baluster on either end. That fitting moves with the wood as it settles, keeping the baluster vertical and tight forever. 

No rattling. No dislodgment. No repairs needed. Just a safe, secure handrail system that you can rely on. 

Picture-frame Design

In a traditional deck design, the boards butt up against one another in random intervals all over the deck. It sort of resembles an interior wood floor pattern. This is bad for a few reasons, but we have the solution. 

When boards randomly butt up against one another, they share a connection to the joint underneath. Not only does this look dated, it creates a structural weakness that will lead to curling at the ends of the boards (good luck to your toes!).

We use a picture-frame design, which means we build the frame in a very specific and precise way which allows us to use equal length boards, the ends of which sit on an entire joist instead of half-of a joist. 

Not only does this look cleaner, more minimal, more organized, more intentional, more design-focussed and more up to date. to also eliminates boards curling at the end. You’ll not need to worry about warping ever being a reason for repair down the road, and it’ll always be safe to go barefoot on your deck. 

 

 

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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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