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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.

Deck Safety Checklist by Archadeck

Deck Safety Checklist by Archadeck

(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!

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Quality Custom Decks by Archadeck Are Built To Last

St. Louis homeowners will spend thousands of dollars every year investing in home improvement projects for the interior and exterior of their house.

And folks should certainly expect great service and a quality, long-lasting product for their hard-earned money.

But eventually, things in and around the house need repair or replacement.  It’s just a fact-of-life that nothing lasts forever.

But some home items require replacement sooner rather than later, particularly appliances such as a washer, dryer, refrigerator or dishwasher.

Since Archadeck is in the deck-building business, we’re often asked… ‘Exactly how long should I expect my deck to last?” Read the rest of this entry »

The economy has left many homeowners delaying the inspection and repair of decks and other outdoor structures such as porches, gazebos and pergolas.  Take advantage of Archadeck’s new “Be Safer” campaign, offering tips for homeowners to ensure deck safety.

According to a press release by Archadeck, “As homeowners review their budgets for this year, many are considering where to spend money to maintain and update their homes.”  The local deck and outdoor living experts at Archadeck, serving St. Louis and St. Charles, are reminding homeowners to check their decks for safety concerns to prevent accidents. To ensure safety, particularly for decks that are older than 10 years, here are seven deck safety guidelines: Read the rest of this entry »


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