Archadeck of Austin

Re-decking or adding a new deck to your HOA or commercial pool in Austin?

It’s cold outside. But, it is the best time to start thinking about getting your HOA or commercial pool up to snuff or upgraded for this summer season. These amenities bring people in, foster community and are often good revenue generators.

Pool decks have changed a lot. With the advent of the use of composite materials, decks can last 30 years or more. That’s a smart investment.

Austin TimberTech dealer - Archadeck of Austin

Austin TimberTech dealer - Archadeck of Austin

If you have an existing deck, it might be possible to re-deck or re-plank the deck depending on the integrity and state of the decking structure and foundation. Depending on how it was built and how long ago, our consultants will give you an honest and substantiated assessment of utilizing and maintaining the substructure for the intended future of the structure.

Newer decking materials such as TimberTech and Trex will now last an average of 30 years and don’t require nearly the maintenance and upkeep of traditional wood boards.

We’re really excited to be building a new deck for Steiner Ranch in Austin. We’ve built many projects in homes throughout the Steiner Ranch community so we’re thrilled to be selected for this commercial project to build their new pool deck to be ready in time for Spring.

If you’re considering building or updating your commercial deck or building a new deck, pergola or other outdoor structure for your home, give us a ring. Our consultation is always free. (512) 259 – 8282.

Regards,

Jimmy Odom, owner

Archadeck of Austin.

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  1. Pingback: This community pool in Steiner Ranch in Austin, TX gets a new pool deck worth bragging about « Austin Decks, Pergolas, Covered Patios, Porches, more

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