Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! After completion of the project we provide a 5 year labor warranty. We also register selected products with manufacturers to make sure your project materials are covered as well.

Yes, in most cases we ask to cover the cost of materials, we will either request the deposit for that amount, or offer you to purchase materials directly. Every proposal will provide details on required deposits and payment schedules.

Yes, you must get a permit to build a deck in WA. It must be filled with the Department of Buildings (DOB) and if your building is a Landmark Status you will also need to file with the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC). But don’t worry we will walk you through all the steps of this process and work with a licensed architect to start your project.

Yes! Manny homeowners are not aware that winter in manny cases is a better time to start your project. Some of the advantages are:

• Discounted cost on labor

• Discounted cost on supplies

• Winter helps pressure-treated lumber to stabilize

• Have your deck ready for the summer

Yes! We provide multiple options for terms of payment.

– We offer full project financing with:

• APR* as low as 6.16%

• Amounts from $1,000 – $100,000

• Terms from 24-84 months

– We also offer clients to provide their own materials, which could be financed directly from the manufacturer.

Typically with in 24 – 48 hours of the initial walk through at the site.

Does Adding a Deck Increase
Your Home Value?
Certainly! A well-made deck issomething that can add a real wow factor when it comes to the sale of your property. When considering an extension of your outdoor living space, you can expect an investment return of 78% to 95%.

Why Decks Pay Off
There are several major reasons that people find decks appealing. First of all, they give the homeowner another point of egress from the home to the yard, which tends to add value. A deck also increases a home’s usable space – but costs only about half of what it would to build a new room in the house. Beyond that, decks are popular gathering places. They give guests more open space to gather, rather than forcing them to hover in the kitchen or living room, and families can get a lot of use out of their deck when the weather is nice.

There may also be a certain amount of “keeping up with the Joneses” when it comes to adding a deck. Wood or low-maintenance material decks are popular and fairly common in many homes, so if everyone else in the neighborhood has a deck but you don’t, you may be hurting your resale value slightly. You may also detract from your home’s value if you have an older deck that is no longer safe or just looks weathered, so if you have an old deck on your property, it’s a good idea to refurbish it before you sell your home.

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