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Yes. Yes. Yes you can! And oftentimes you should!
As the demand for outdoor living spaces increases, so do the options for design and decor. And it’s easier-than-ever for homeowners to switch-things-up when it comes to customized deck design and building materials.
For example, a natural wood or a low maintenance deck is often combined with wooden, vinyl, glass or metal rails… or a combination thereof!
Maybe you prefer to subtly match product and color, or instead, you could choose a look with a very stark color contrast.
With the right guidance and planning, your outdoor space will perfectly suit your individual style and the character of your home — inside and out!
But the proof-is-in-the-project… so take a look at finished designs by Archadeck. Then ask yourself, “Which ones do I really like?” And, simple as that, you have a starting point!
The options are endless…
Apparently, this has become THE blog-post month for free and easy-to-use resources from Archadeck!
From an essential deck safety checklist and video, free downloads of Archadeck’s Design Guide and ‘Loving Outdoor Living’ magazine as well as links to our updated photo galleries of real-life projects, Archadeck brings genuinely helpful ideas and advice to you.
In keeping with the theme, below is a handy and user-friendly infographic on the topic of ‘How To Select The Right Contractor.”
Review it right now or pin it for later, whichever you prefer!
But if you have questions, please give us a call, anytime. In St. Louis, Missouri call Archadeck of West County at 636-227-0800. Elsewhere just call, toll free, 888-687-3325.
Do you live in the St. Louis, Missouri area and are you thinking about adding or replacing a deck?
If so, head on over to our updated website deck gallery to see hundreds of trending, real-life projects by Archadeck of West County for St. Louis homeowners.
When it comes to decking products, you’ll see plenty of choices whether you prefer wood or composite materials. You’ll see large and small designs, high-elevation decks and low-to-the-ground structures, decks with a single tier or those with multiple levels, as well as traditional and contemporary styles and everything in-between too.
And while you’re there, be sure to download Archadeck’s free (and oh-so-handy!) online design guide.
But if you’re done looking at pictures and are ready to talk with a local* contractor, just give us a call 636-227-0800. We offer a free design consultation and professional drawings so you can see, first-hand, what your project will look like.
“Archadeck, Better Building by Design”
*Outside of the St. Louis area, visit archadeck.com or call 888-687-3325.
Deck safety is important!
A carefree evening with friends and family can be ruined in a moment by a deck failure and sudden injury. So learn how to inspect your deck with a video and seven-point check-list to ensure your outdoor space is fit for entertaining this holiday weekend.
(Click the photo above to watch a video and read the BE SAFER, seven-point deck safety checklist.)
And go here for Archadeck’s Deck Safety Tip Sheet too!
Happy 4th of July from Archadeck!
Ready to add a deck to your home and backyard? Want to go beyond a basic ‘builder-grade’ deck without excessive costs and complicated construction? You can you know!
Jazzing-up an otherwise run-of-the-mill deck design is on the wish-list of most every homeowner.
Customization can be accomplished with simple solutions such as lights, levels and landscaping as well as privacy and protection.
Whether you want to use your deck for peace-and-quiet-time or you’re ready to get-the-party-started, by incorporating one or more of these details, your project will be well-equipped. Read the rest of this entry »
Thinking about a new deck or replacing your old one? Wondering how to find the color scheme that’s right for you? Well then, this article may help.
It’s no secret, color can make-or-break the look of your home, inside and out. Get the colors right and you’re on the path to a dynamite design.
But first, make sure the deck’s color-concept fits YOU — your preference, your style AND your existing house!