We design and build decks, porches, screened porches, sunrooms, gazebos, pergolas, arbors, privacy fences, privacy screens, docks, pool & spa decks, walkways, ramps and other outdoor structures.
Our work is customized to your exact needs, so your design options are virtually endless. If all that design freedom overwhelms you, you can choose from our Lifestyle Classic deck designs that can be easily modified to fit your space.
No, all of our work is custom designed, so we don’t sell our plans.
We build with all types of wood and are experienced with treated wood, cedar, redwood, tropical hardwoods, and low-maintenance composites and synthetics. You have a full range of material to choose from.
Yes. We supply you with a detailed contract to protect you from any misunderstandings.
We offer two separate warranties to assure your satisfaction.
We are typically busiest during the spring into early summer (March – July), and again in September. We build year ‘round.
Hopefully, we do. You can click on the Locations page to search by zip code.
Definitely. A representative will come to your home for a free design consultation. During the consultation, we’ll discuss your needs, personal preferences and budget. After that complementary meeting, you can decide for yourself whether you want to proceed to the next step.
Since our projects are custom designed and built, square footage pricing is meaningless. There are so many variables that affect the final price (height off the ground, site conditions, material choices, local code requirements, complexity of design, etc.) that a simple square footage price would be misleading. However, if we have an office in your area, they will be happy to provide you with a free design consultation and an exact price.
Yes, our dealers carry at least one million dollars of general liability insurance, and their carpentry crews are covered by worker’s compensation insurance.
Where a building permit is required by local code, Archadeck will secure that permit for you. You need this permit for three very important reasons:
The time frame varies depending on the season and the workload of the local office. Please contact your local office for more information.
It depends on the size and complexity of your project, the weather, and the workload of your local office. Normally, projects can be turned around faster in the fall and winter (as opposed to the spring, which is our busiest season). Your local office should be able to give you an approximate start and finish date, subject to weather conditions and materials availability.
As of January 1, 2004, wood treated with CCA (chromated copper arsenate), has been phased out for consumer use. ACQ (alkaline copper quat) and CA (copper azole) are the new formulations used for treating wood against termite damage and rot. The EPA has approved all treatment methods for safe usage in residential applications. In addition, wood alternatives and composite decking materials have become consumer favorites. Other popular pressure-treated wood alternatives include cedar and tropical hardwoods.
Screening materials are typically fiberglass or aluminum, in either silver or charcoal colors. We offer classic hand-stretched, screen panel inserts with aluminum or cedar frames, or a vinyl trim system (know as Screen Tight). There are other options for screening, including a UV option, heavy-duty pet screen, or very fine weave “no-see-um” screening to keep out the tiniest of bugs.