Atlanta Deck Construction
Quality Craftsmen is recognized as a Marietta favorite when it comes to constructing new decks or repairing existing structures. We not only exceed code standards, we will never compromise safety for budget, or structural integrity for design. We build and repair decks to suit our clients’ needs and recommend a variety of materials to suit every budget and style.
Trex Composite Decking
The exclusive Trex composite formula brings together the best qualities of wood and plastic to create a superior alternative to wood. Plastic shields the wood from moisture and insect damage, preventing rotting and splintering. Wood protects the plastic from UV damage while providing a natural, attractive look and feel.
The result is decking, railing and fencing products that require only periodic cleaning to stay beautiful for years to come no need for sanding, staining or painting, ever.
Outperforms, out-resists, outlasts...basically Out-decks all others!
Trex Decking is engineered with a low-sheen, high-traffic technology that makes it last decades longer than anything else out there. Trex offers a large assortment of colors with our coordinating railing selections to create your own unique decks cape.
Fade, Stain, Scratch & Mold Resistant
All exterior building materials require cleaning. We recommend a basic cleaning with a composite deck cleaner or combination of soap, hot water and a soft bristle brush. Ideal times to clean are just after installation and then on a semi-annual basis.
In addition to Trex composite decking, we design and build pressure treated, composite, and yellow wood decks. As a Trex certified installers, we also build decks with steel construction.
Wood – must be sealed bi-annually. Stain is recommended for added protection.
Redwood – popular, rot-resistant and expensive; color may not suit every home.
Cedar – rot-resistant and durable; about 20% less expensive than redwood, depending on availability.
Cypress – rot-resistant; popular in the southeast. Not as strong as cedar or redwood or pressure treated lumber.
Pressure treated – strongest, most readily available, and most affordable deck material.
Synthetic – low maintenance; molded in various colors and can be painted. Does not resist bending as well as solid wood.
Wood polymer – 50/50 ratio of waste wood and recycled plastic; can be stained or painted and looks and feels like wood but does not require maintenance. Like synthetic decking, wood polymers do not resist bending as well as solid wood.
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