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Pressure Treated Decks by Archadeck, St. Louis, St. Charles Mo

Pressure Treated Deck with Vinyl Pergola by Archadeck, St. Louis

In today’s market, there are limitless possibilities for custom deck designs and decking materials.

Outdoor living spaces, such as decks, can be designed and built using wood, composite, vinyl, capstock … and any combination thereof.

But here, let’s focus on the benefits of using pressure treated wood for decks, screened porches, and other outdoor spaces.

In short, pressure treated wood is not the only option for a deck or screened porch; however, it can make an excellent option. Read the rest of this entry »

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Besides a gazebo, pavilion or pergola, another fabulous way to add shade for your home, backyard, patio or deck is with a porch addition by Archadeck.  And as June heats up here in St. Louis, a custom designed and built porch — front porch, back porch, open porch or screened porch — can be a beautiful home addition and comfortable outdoor retreat.

View our slideshow below to see plenty of deck and porch combinations as a way to add shade… Read the rest of this entry »

TimberTech Vinyl Decks by Archadeck, St. Louis, Wildwood

TimberTech Vinyl Deck and Rails by Archadeck in St. Louis, Wildwood area

Archadeck®, founded in 1980, is consistently recognized as the industry’s largest and most trusted builder of outdoor living spaces with award winning designs and expert craftsmanship.

Because of our outstanding reputation, Archadeck is listed in Country Living’s ‘Finds and Favorites’ .

The listing includes a link to download the on-line, Archadeck Outdoor Living 2012 Design Guide.

In addition, you’ll see Archadeck in the April 2012 issues of both Traditional Home and Country Living magazines.

Locally, Archadeck of West County and St. Charles County custom designs and build decks, porches, pergolas, gazebos, patio enclosures, screened rooms, under deck rooms, pool and spa decking, deck lighting, under deck ceilings … and much more. Read the rest of this entry »

Under Deck Screened Rooms by Archadeck, St. Louis

Under Deck Screened Rooms by Archadeck, St. Louis

According to a recent survey by the American Society of Landscape Architects, ninety-four percent of survey respondents indicated a desire for living spaces outside the house to relax, gather, and dine.

And the most popular outdoor living features desired are the most basic features:  a place to sit and enjoy the outdoors, entertain, and eat meals… day or evening with lighting, ample seating, and in comfort.

2012 outdoor living trends include:

Deck:  free-standing or platform deck, elevated or raised deck, multilevel or two story deck

Pergola:  shade pergola including a pergola for a patio, deck, pool or spa

Porch:  front and back porch, screened or open porch

Outdoor Room and Screened Enclosure:  under deck room, patio enclosure, screened enclosure

Gazebo:  open or screened gazebo, gazebo paired with a deck or a free standing gazebo Read the rest of this entry »

Welcome Home.  Stay Awhile.  A porch by Archadeck is stylish hospitality at its finest.

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  • Visit our local website and let Archadeck of West County and St. Charles County custom design a porch for your home.
  • Or call us, 636-227-0800 to schedule a free, onsite estimate.
  • As a leading designer and builder for outdoor living spaces, Archadeck specializes in decks, porches, screened porches, pergolas, gazebos (and more) in St. Louis, St. Louis County, West County, St. Charles, St. Charles County and parts of Illinois too.
  • If you live outside of the Greater St. Louis area, visit archadeck.com and enter your zip code to find other locations, nationwide.
Front Porches, St. Louis, St. Charles Mo, Archadeck

Front Porch in St. Louis with Vinyl Rail and Columns by Archadeck

Nothing can improve the curbside appeal of a home more than a charming front porch.

A beautiful front porch addition creates an inviting, shaded entry and a casual seating area for ‘kicking back’.

More importantly, it offers a big ‘Welcome Home’ statement to homeowners and visitors alike.

But the two most important take-aways for any custom front porch design include:

First, the size of a front porch should be proportional to the size of the house.

Second, the porch’s architectural style, including columns and decorative rail, should mimic and complement the home’s overall design.

Related Reading:

A Beautiful Front Porch Says “Welcome” with Plenty of Style

St. Louis Porch Builders:  Porches are making a comeback

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