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  • History of Composite/PVC decking Decks have become a very popular way of adding living space on your home over the years.  Most of us grew up with the traditional wood deck that we cleaned every 2-3 years and immediately sealed.  30 years ago the options for decking were slim, which made it an easy decision.  Mature trees are more dense ...
  • When should I stain/seal my new deck or fence? There is a common misconception when it comes to sealing or staining your deck or fence. Pressure treated lumber is treated in such a way that will prevent major damage due to weather and insects for a short amount of time. You can stain your lumber as soon as it can properly absorb the product. ...
  • Fence building Process The building process for a fence usually starts with us arranging to have the ground marked and flagged for any important lines (such as gas, hydro, bell etc). Once the area is confirmed clear of any lines and we are sure of the property line (site plan provided by home owner), we send the plans ...
  • Deck building process The building process for a deck usually starts with us arranging to have the ground marked and flagged for any important lines (such as gas, hydro, bell etc). Once the area is confirmed clear of any lines, we send the plans in for approval by the municipality if a permit is needed. We then contract ...
  • Composite Decking VS Wood First of all- let me start off by highlighting that I enjoy the look of smooth composite decking as much as the next person. I get excited about innovations in the decking industry and products that take the work out of maintaining a nice deck. Although- if it sounds too good to be ...

 

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Decks and Fences by Ryan

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