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Composite deck flooring and railings have been around for several years now, but the price was too prohibitive for most people to invest in. While today the price is still double that of their wooden counterparts, composite has carved out a niche amongst homeowners who don’t want to have to perform yearly maintenance on their decks, and plan to keep their homes for several years to come.

PROS

  • If properly installed, should last a lifetime
  • More colors & grains available than wood
  • Doesn’t splinter like wood, safer for kids
  • More cost effective than wood, over several years
  • Easier to clean than wood
  • Holds up very well against the sun

CONS

  • A little over double the cost of wood
  • If not properly installed it will not last
  • Usually tricky to replace an individual piece if damaged

Why We’re The Best Choice

We do things that others leave out. Although we’re not the cheapest company in town, we’re well-known to be a good value because we tend to build everything on overkill standards because we like what we do, and because we care about what we put our name on. Only good companies stand the test of time, and we plan to be in the Kalamazoo area for a very long time.

  • Frame sealing (pictured left) – This prevents the frame from absorbing water, allowing it to last much longer.
  • Concrete footers – Depending on the soil of where you live, we will pour a concrete foundation so your deck never sinks.
  • Extra hardware – We use steel hangers and plates to keep joints together, providing you with a safer place for your family.
  • Non-stop progress – From start to finish, we’ll be there every day, not leaving you to work on another project.
  • Friendly crew – You’ll be greeted every day with a smile and upbeat attitude, and we love dogs too!

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Composite Decks

Frequently Asked Questions

Generally speaking, it is a better idea to use wood flooring and railings in areas of your yard that do not receive more than a few hours of direct sunlight a day. It is a little known fact that wood stands up better against water than it does to the sun. Not only can the sun cause the wood to split causing nasty splinters, but it also causes dry rot, which is just as fast as rot caused by water.
That depends on how intricate you want your deck to be, but in most cases we are finished in 2-3 weeks.
Yes we can, and this is a popular choice because railings are the most expensive and time consuming part of a deck to stain. If only the floor needs staining, it’s a quick and simple job that can be done in one weekend you have free. This choice is the best balance for most homeowners.