Windsor Deck Builders & Contractors
Our Decks are built to meet or exceed the Ontario building Code. You can pick from the various styles of materials such as Pressure Treated, Composite, and PVC decking such as TimberTech and Azek. You also have the option of picking a style of baluster such as Wood, Aluminum Balusters or Composite Railings. We’ve recently installed more Timber Tech linear feet of decking than any other contractor in Canada.
Pressure Treated Wood Decks
While pressure treated wood will help prevent damage due to termites, rot and decay, it does have its drawbacks. Pressure treated lumber is treated with a water based chemical that leaves the wood with a very high moisture content. Some cracks, warps, splits and twists will occur in the drying process; however, these imperfections will not be structural and purely aesthetic. It’s important to maintain a good coat of stain/sealer once the deck is installed, otherwise the lifespan of the deck can be impacted.
Deck Material Comparison Chart:
Sienna Pressure Treated
Capped Composite (Composite core)
PVC (no wood pulp)
Pressure treated wood is madefrom Southern Yellow Pine treated with MicronizedCopper Azole to resemble Cedar and to prevent fungal decay and termite attack.
Cedar is a well known soft wood that emits a great smell, has an unparalleled natural look, and is fairly easy to work with. Cedar requires as much maintenance as pressure treated.
Recycled wood pulp and sawdust mixed composite with a proprietary thick PVC cap to protect the composite core from weather elements
With no organic matter, full PVC boardsoffer the elimination of the cheaper composite core and eliminates the risk of the exposure of organic materials
Let us work with your vision, needs, and budget to design the perfect outdoor living space for you and your family. After meeting on site (or via email) and take measurements, we can provide a design that maximizes spans and minimizes material waste to to best value