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Deck Building and Installation Care

Trust Deck Building Pros to Create Your Dream Outdoor Retreat .

Decks offer a perfect spot to unwind, host gatherings, or simply enjoy the beauty of your surroundings.

While you can install a deck yourself, it requires the proper planning, tools, and experience. Hiring a professional deck builder ensures you get the job done quickly and safely.

From treated lumber to engineered wood, they offer a variety of deck styles and options to bring your vision to life.

How Much Does Deck Installation Cost?

On average, homeowners can expect to invest $9,500 for a deck installation. However, deck replacement costs vary widely. Most deck replacement costs range between $1,600 and $24,000. Common cost factors include deck size, materials used, and additional features or accessories.
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Choosing the right materials

Common Deck Materials .

  • Selecting the right deck material is a crucial decision in the deck installation process.
  • Each material offers unique advantages, so it’s essential to choose one that suits your home’s aesthetic and needs. Additionally, you should evaluate the cost of materials.
  • Prices continue to change, so we recommend talking with a knowledgeable deck installer before making any decisions.

Pressure-Treated Decking

This is a popular decking material due to its durability and affordable price which ranges between $15 to $25 per square foot. It is chemically treated to resist rot, decay, and insects, making it a long-lasting option for deck construction.

Composite Decking

Made with recycled materials, composite decking is a sustainable, low-maintenance alternative to wood. Costing $4 to $12 per square foot, this option mimics the look of real wood and is resistant to fading, staining, and mold.

Ipe Wood

Also known as Brazilian walnut, Ipe wood is renowned for its exceptional hardness and natural beauty that can withstand heavy foot traffic and the elements. You should assess costs since this wood requires more labor and averages $5 to $20 per square foot.


Tigerwood is another exotic hardwood known for its eye-catching striped grain patterns and rich reddish-brown color. This option is also more difficult to install, so you should budget labor costs and the $7 to $15 per square foot price tag.


Mahogany decking offers a timeless and classic appearance. Many love this low-maintenance choice that costs $8 to $11 per square foot on average.


Redwood is prized for its insect resistance and natural beauty that boasts a warm, reddish hue. You can expect this wood to cost $5 to $35 per square foot.


Bamboo decking is strong, resistant to mold and rot, and only costs $3 to $10 per square foot. However, bamboo decking is not ideal for northern climates and requires yearly resealing.


This type of decking naturally resists bugs, moisture, and UV rays, but requires regular maintenance and is damaged easily. It costs $4 to $9 per square foot on average.

Aluminum or Metal

If you want a lightweight, sleek, long-lasting, waterproof, and low-maintenance deck, choose aluminum or metal deck material. Costing $15 to $20 per linear foot, this option can even double as a roof for your outdoor living space if it’s on your second story.

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