New Deck or Redeck -- That is the Question
Is your deck showing signs of age or wear and tear?
If so, redecking may be the answer to refresh your outdoor space and take it from dull to dazzling. Instead of tearing out your old deck and starting from scratch, redecking can modify your existing structure and save you time and money in the process.
The first step in determining if your aging deck is a good candidate for redecking is to have it evaluated by a reputable Macon or Warner Robins deck builder or contractor such as Archadeck of Central Georgia. If the substructure (the base that the deck is built on) is in good shape, you may be able to save hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars by redecking. The key elements we look at during this evaluation are the quality of the original substructure and how it has weathered or degraded over time. We also determine if any applicable building codes have changed since the deck was originally installed. If we do perform a redeck, we will make sure to comply with these codes as well.
After our inspection, we will have a detailed discussion with you about what you want out of your new deck. If you are hoping to replace pressure-treated pine planks with quality, low-maintenance composite decking products like Fiberon or TimberTech, there are specific joist spacing requirements that must be met. Composites offer tremendous value in terms of longevity and ease of maintenance.
If you are ready to breathe new life into your tired backyard deck and add years of outdoor living enjoyment, contact Archadeck of Central Georgia. You can reach us by phone at (478) 241-8406 or via email at email@example.com.