Compare the costs for composite, cedar, redwood, exotic hardwoods and pressure treated materials. Enter the desired width and depth for your deck below and check out the costs of materials for a variety of our designs.
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Decking options have grown exponentially over the past several years, with five basic types, each with their own aesthetics, maintenance and price range, now available. Most PT decking is milled from southern yellow pine, and then chemically treated to resist rot, fungus and wood-boring bugs. The two most common
Stand at your back door or look out your back window. What's stopping you from going outdoors and enjoying the fresh air? Adding decking is one of the most cost-effective ways to expand your outdoor lifestyle and add value to your home. But how much is it going to cost you? This article will give you a
If you've ever wanted to grab yourself a slice of the ever-popular indoor outdoor living craze, then you might've considered decking as a way to create more usable space in your garden. Done right, decking can become a fantastic feature, providing a place to enjoy good weather, host barbeques and
A 10'X12' deck 8' above the ground, with synthetic floor and railings, could cost as much as $70-$75 per square foot with the steps included. As you make your decision, this may seem like a lot, but compare that to the cost of years of maintenance for a pressure treated wood deck. For a full description of the difference in
Natural wood is a go-to choice for deck construction because of its inherent beauty. While some species are less expensive than composites, they require more maintenance, weatherproofing and staining to keep their appearance. The most common woods used for decking are: Redwood