What We Do -
There are a lot of options when it comes to building a deck on your home. Our team utilizes years of building and material experience to help guide you through the process and arrive at a deck that will exceed your expectations but not your budget! We have options for every homeowner and are always respectful to your budget.
If simple and functional is the goal...we do that!
If you want elegant and stylish....we do that!
Our team puts you in the driver seat when it comes to options and design. We also use only the highest quality materials at ADDCO. No matter what decking material you choose, we source the materials from reputable, local, companies who specialize in these industry specific products.
Offering standard Treated Wood, Cedar and Composite decks, we have something to cover everyone. We utilize decking materials from manufacturers like Azek, Trex, Timbertech, Evergrain, Fiberon, Deckorator and Zuri .....Just to name a few. Our composite decks are top of the line when it comes to construction.
Permits: If a company shy's away from pulling a permit or even talking about it...I would be concerned. Our company will handle the entire process for you. Our team can handle acquiring a building permit for any project we undertake, even if engineering is required. Feel free to speak with your design consultant about the process and ask any question you may have.
Deck Design + Deck Building
Space and time are always in high demand. Addco, LLC respects the value of both and is dedicated to designs that deliver more of each.
Our design phase includes:
Concept/Idea generation and schematic options.
Construction drawings, documents, and technical specs
Budgets, Bidding, and analysis
Construction administration through completion.
We do the details and we do them well. We are known for building beautiful spaces and our Quality. Our expertise in the permitted process will ensure your project to run smoothly.
Choosing Addco, llc guarantees special attention every step of the way:
Framing, utilities, and mechanical
Walkways, solid surfaces, fixtures
What We Use-
If you’re planning a new deck or upgrading an old one, the decking material is the most important decision you’ll make. Not too long ago, treated wood and cedar were just about the only options. Synthetics, such as composite and PVC decking, or Aluminum offer ease of maintenance and longevity that put the traditional favorites in the shade.
These new contenders are pricier initially, but don’t have the annual maintenance costs of softwood decks. In some cases, the overall cost (initial costs plus annual maintenance) of a wood deck can exceed those of a composite or PVC deck after only a few years. We will be more than happy to discuss what type of Deck Material works best for you.
Choose one of the material types below to learn more-
Made of fir permeated with anti-rot and insecticide agents, pressure-treated decking is a low-cost favorite. The anti-rot treatment once included arsenic, but since 2004 relies on less poisonous agents, such as copper, which poses a health hazard only if burned. The basic tan or brown color of pressure-treated decking can be enhanced with stain. Pressure-treated lumber can last for decades, but requires refinishing with a clear sealer or stain every other year.
The natural beauty of real wood is unmatched. In addition, this perennial decking favorite is inexpensive and easy to work with—a good choice for the do-it-yourselfer. Buy the darker-colored heartwood—anything else is sapwood and can rot within a few years. Look for “heartwood common,” which has more heartwood than the cheaper “construction common.” Expect annual refinishing and a life of 15 to 20 years.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) decking is the new kid on the block and rapidly gaining favor as a material that is as close to maintenance-free as decking will ever be. PVC has no wood content. Premium varieties have a cellular core wrapped with an exterior layer of solid PVC and come with a 25-year warranty. Color options include white, gray, browns, and tans.
Made of wood fiber combined with recycled polyethylene, composite decking is a good-looking, low-maintenance material. Composites come in a broad range of colors and textures that closely approximate real wood. It also offers design versatility: Pros have apparatus for heating planks so they can be bent to make eye-catching in-laid designs.
Premium varieties come with a 25-year warranty. Although maintenance is low, the wood content can host mold if not cleaned with a deck wash every three to four years.
Aluminum decking comes coated with polyurea to eliminate the “ping” sound of metal, aid traction, and keep the material cool.