Residential

Decks

Looking to boost the value of your Clarksville property? Consider installing a custom deck from Clarksville Deck Builders! Our expertly crafted decks are made to last and will enhance the visual appeal of your home. Contact us today to get started on your dream deck!

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Expand your outdoor living area with a custom deck from Clarksville Deck Builders! We specialize in designing and building decks that are both functional and beautiful.

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Deck Materials for Residential Homes

When choosing a deck material, there are a few factors to consider, including durability, maintenance, and cost.

Pressure-treated lumber is a popular and cost-effective decking material that is treated to resist rot, decay, and insects. It is easy to work with and can be painted or stained to match your home’s exterior. However, it may warp or crack over time and needs regular maintenance.

 

Pressure Treated Wood deck on a lake

Composite decking is made from a blend of wood fiber and recycled plastic, making it eco-friendly. It requires less upkeep, has excellent durability, and is resistant to rot and insects. It comes in various colors and textures. However, it tends to be pricier than wood and may not have the same natural look and feel.

Composite Deck on the Front of the House

PVC decking is a lightweight and durable synthetic decking material that is resistant to rot and insects. It offers easy maintenance and comes in different colors and textures. However, it is generally more expensive than other options and may not look as natural.

PVC Decking on the backyard deck

The best material for your deck will depend on your individual needs and preferences. If you are looking for a durable material that is low-maintenance, pressure-treated lumber is a good option. If you are looking for a more eco-friendly option, composite decking is a good option. And if you are looking for a material that is both durable and attractive, PVC decking is a good option.

How Much Does a Residential Deck Cost?

The cost of a residential deck depends on a number of factors, including the size of the deck, the materials used, the design complexity, and desired features.

  • Size: The larger the deck, the more it will cost to build.
  • Materials: Different materials have different costs. Pressure-treated lumber is the most affordable option, while composite and PVC decking are more expensive.
  • Design complexity: A more complex design will cost more to build than a simple design.
  • Desired features: Additional features, such as stairs, railings, and built-in seating, will increase the cost of the deck.

At Clarksville Deck Builders, we offer affordable and customizable deck-building services that fit your budget.

We provide free consultations and quotes to give you a clear understanding of the project’s expenses. Our team will collaborate with you to design and construct a deck that meets your needs and fits your financial constraints.

For a more accurate cost estimate, contact us to schedule a consultation. We’ll discuss your project and provide a comprehensive estimate based on your specific requirements.

Here are some of the materials we use for residential decks, along with their pros and cons:

  • Pressure-treated lumber: This affordable and common decking material is treated to resist rot, decay, and insects. It’s easy to work with and can be painted or stained to match your home’s exterior. However, it may warp or crack over time and requires regular maintenance.
  • Composite decking: This eco-friendly option is made from a blend of wood fiber and recycled plastic. It offers low maintenance, durability, and resistance to rot and insects. It comes in various colors and textures. However, it’s often more expensive and may lack the natural look and feel of wood.
  • PVC decking: This lightweight and durable synthetic material is resistant to rot and insects. It requires minimal maintenance and comes in various colors and textures. However, it’s usually pricier than other options and may have a less natural appearance.

We can help you choose the best material for your residential deck based on your budget, style preferences, and maintenance needs. Feel free to contact us for more information and guidance.

 

Here are some of the materials we use for residential decks, along with their pros and cons:

  • Pressure-treated lumber: This affordable and common decking material is treated to resist rot, decay, and insects. It’s easy to work with and can be painted or stained to match your home’s exterior. However, it may warp or crack over time and requires regular maintenance.
  • Composite decking: This eco-friendly option is made from a blend of wood fiber and recycled plastic. It offers low maintenance, durability, and resistance to rot and insects. It comes in various colors and textures. However, it’s often more expensive and may lack the natural look and feel of wood.
  • PVC decking: This lightweight and durable synthetic material is resistant to rot and insects. It requires minimal maintenance and comes in various colors and textures. However, it’s usually pricier than other options and may have a less natural appearance.

We can help you choose the best material for your residential deck based on your budget, style preferences, and maintenance needs. Feel free to contact us for more information and guidance.

 

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