One of the most popular options for customers with an aging deck, or a deck that is unusable due to too much direct heat, unsafe splintering deck boards, or just unsafe due to rotten handrails, is to resurface the existing frame of their deck. This enables the homeowner to have a deck that both looks and feels brand new, without the cost of removing and replacing a frame that can be reused. Old frames can be leveled, straightened, strengthened to accept a screen porch or roof, or simply reused without modification. No more splinters, no more eyesores on your beautiful home, and no more safety hazards from failing stairs and handrails. Below is an explanation of the resurfacing process.
We meet at your home to discuss material options, assess your existing deck frame to determine if it is safe to be reused, and make suggestions if it is not. At this point we discuss any other ideas you might have, including adding a roof or screened porch, moving or adding a staircase, or extending your existing deck. Step 2: After the proposal has been accepted, we schedule the job, order materials, and procure any necessary building permits.
After the proposal has been accepted, we schedule the job, order materials, and procure any necessary building permits.
Our crew removes your existing decking and handrails without damaging the frame, and does a final assessment of the now exposed frame. Any modifications to the frame are done now to ensure the frame will support the future design.