Re-Deck

We often get calls from clients who like the layout and size of their existing wood deck but hate the look of it in its current state. These decks tend to require a little more maintenance than just another coat of stain. The grain is often lifting, decking is cupping, spindles twist and warp, stairs have settled, and there are usually some loose boards that need to be fastened again–if this is the case with your current deck, you might want to consider a re-deck.

What is Redecking?

Redecking is an efficient way to restore a deck enjoying the benefits of a new deck without the full cost of a complete teardown and rebuild. Re-decking can involve removing your existing railings, decking, and stairs but keeping the structure. New decking, fascia, railings, and stairs are installed and you end up with a brand-new deck that is supported by your original frame.

Basic Requirements for Redecking:

Not every deck is a good candidate for re-decking. In some cases, the pros and cons may weigh in favor of a new custom deck. Here are a few basic requirements that will help determine if re-decking is an option for you.

  1. The structure and frame of your existing deck is in good condition
  2. We need to reasonably assume that the deck structure still has years of service life left
  3. You like the size, layout, and current location of your existing deck
  4. The deck has been flashed properly and is not causing any moisture issues to the building envelope

 

Benefits

By ordering the installation service from us, we can be sure of the quality of materials and installation. We always strive to make our service better and better, so we pay close attention to details in our work.

What is the experience of your employees?

Our most senior employee has 25 years of experience in construction. All employees undergo annual professional development and we can confirm this with the necessary certificates.

Can you help with the construction documents?

Our jobs include a set of Construction Drawings that we use to pull permits and to refer to the job site.

What tools do you use in construction?

Some common tools we use; Circular Saw, Hand Saw, Miter Saw, Tape Measure, Power Drills,  Nail Guns, Hammers, etc…

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Above all, Excel Custom Decks values the relationships we build with our customers. We customize our approach to create the ideal deck you envision. With quality craftsmanship and attention to detail, we create a deck that’s within your budget and meets your schedule.

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12000 W 6 Mile Rd, Franksville WI, 53126

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