Author: Michael Regan

Building Deck Accessories

Top Deck Accessories You Need for Your Outdoor Space

Have you chosen to work with deck building contractors to install a new outdoor space? If so, you have plenty to think about—but that doesn’t mean you aren’t already dreaming about how you’re going to decorate your new deck or patio once construction is finished. After putting in the time and effort to build a deck, it only makes sense that you would want to choose some outstanding deck accessories so you will be able to enjoy your new deck as much as possible, no matter the weather or the season. With that in mind, these are some of the top deck accessories to consider so you can make the most of your new deck or patio once your deck building contractors get things wrapped up. 

Deck and Patio Umbrellas

There are plenty of reasons to consider an umbrella when choosing deck accessories for your new outdoor space. First and foremost, it can cool things down, giving you and your guests a nice, shady spot to escape from the sun. However, as you shop for umbrellas, it can also be a good idea to scout out waterproof options. This will allow you to continue enjoying your deck even in less-than-perfect weather conditions. When working with a waterproof deck company, you can also be assured that your new deck can withstand rain as well as snow, frost, and other similar conditions. All of this combined gives you more options for enjoying your deck, no matter what mother nature throws at you. 

Potted Plants and Trees

Among the many deck accessories that can add incredible natural beauty to this kind of space are potted plants and trees. Just as there are hundreds, if not thousands of plants and trees to choose from, there are numerous ways to use them to decorate your deck. Smaller plants can be used along railings, while larger potted trees can create a natural screen for a deck. Do remember that potted plants and trees will need watering regularly, in addition to other types of care. This is why it’s essential to have a deck built by a waterproof deck company so it can stand up to plenty of spills or bits of dirt coming loose, among other issues, can be so convenient.

Area Rugs and Tiles

Area rugs are more than just attractive. They also provide a more homey feel, making your deck feel more like another room of the house than just an outdoor space. It is now possible to find area rugs made to be used outdoors. These options are weather-resistant and even more durable, so they can hold up to being left out in the rain, frost, or other inclement conditions without problems such as developing mold or mildew over time. 

Meanwhile, composite tiles can be just as useful and as durable as rugs. The only difference is that they require a little bit of installation, though this is a simple process as the tiles are made up of interlocking pieces that simply fit into place over the top of your deck. These tiles are made up of various types of waterproof materials, and in addition to providing you a comfortable, non-slip surface to walk on, will also provide extra protection for your deck’s surface.

Built-In Grills and Barbeques for Decks

Is there anybody who doesn’t love spending time outside while cooking their favorite foods? There is nothing better than time at the grill for most people, and one of the best accessories for any deck is a grill. There are many different options available for those interested in having a grill on their deck. These include small fire pits, which can be used for cooking as well as for sitting around a small fire and relaxing. You can also find standard-sized portable grills, which can be a good choice for the average deck. However, for many, the best choice is a built-in grill. Those interested in having a grill built into their deck can speak with their deck building contractors about the possibility of having a grill worked into the design of their deck or patio.

Deck Lighting

All too often, people forget that they will be using their deck in the evening and at night as well as during the day. This can lead to a bit of a rush to find quick deck lighting options when someone is preparing for their first party on a new deck. It is far better to consider the type of deck lighting you would like in advance while thinking about all of the deck accessories you would like. There are many different choices available when it comes to deck lighting. While traditional lighting is still available, many more people are now choosing low energy LED lighting and even solar lighting, which is energy-efficient and affordable. Your deck building contractors can often help you find the lighting option most suitable for your deck’s design.

Hopefully, some of these deck accessories have given you a little bit of inspiration, whether you are currently in the process of working with deck building contractors to build a new deck or you’re just thinking about it. There are plenty of great deck accessories available to help you truly make your deck or patio your own, allowing it to feel like an extension of your home where you and your loved ones can feel comfortable rather than just another outdoor space. 

There are many different things that you can do to make your deck stand out from the rest, no matter what you have in mind. This ranges from adding deck accessories to complete renovations of the deck you currently have in your outdoor space. If you would like a little more inspiration, contact our team at Regan Total Construction today to speak with our experienced team of deck building contractors about the vision you have for your deck. 

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Common Deck Issues That Are Now Building Code Requirements

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Building a safe and secure deck

There’s no better way to kick back and relax than on a deck. Unfortunately, too many decks aren’t built the way they need to be and can become damaged or even pose a safety hazard to homeowners due to construction issues. All too often, deck designs are hastily drawn up on napkins or notebook paper. One of the main problems with that is these designs don’t take into account the many building code requirements necessary for constructing a safe and secure deck. If you’re looking to build a safe deck and up to code, here are some tips to consider straight from some of the top deck and porch builders.

Joist Size and Joist Spacing Issues

If you’ve attempted to build a deck yourself, or are working with amateur deck contractors rather than experienced deck and porch builders, one of the main problems you may experience is with your decking joists. Joists are the structural features that make up a deck’s frame. The minimum size joist necessary for a deck will depend on the number of footings as well as the number of beams being installed.

When working on your own, it can be a good idea to look at the materials readily available to you in pressure-treated lumber lengths so you can avoid making special orders, and use this to come up with a decking design. However, the best deck company for the job can craft joists for your deck that meets any special requirements needed, no matter the size of joists required for the deck design, ensuring it is up to code regardless of the situation.

In addition to the size of the joists, the spacing between the joists is also an important consideration, and one that should not be taken lightly. Generally, the spacing between joists will vary depending on a range of factors including the materials used and the size of the joists, making it important to know precisely what you are working with.

Issues With Deck Footing

Having a solid foundation for your deck is critical, and it’s your deck’s footings that provide this foundation and support. A deck’s footings determine the way loads are transferred to different sections of the deck, which is what makes them such a critical component of your deck’s design, and why you should rely on professional deck contractors with the knowledge and experience to build them up to code.

There are various types of deck footings, each offering different advantages. Additionally, building codes in your area may necessitate using different types of footings. Some types of deck footings include poured concrete footings which are strong, stable, and more permanent than other options; buried post footings, which are still stable but are lower in cost than poured concrete; and precast cement, which is easy to install but more expensive.

Your deck and porch builders can work with you to find an option that will offer you a safe and secure deck while also being cost-effective and meeting any other requirements you may have, such as ensuring your deck can hold a large amount of weight.

Deck Railing and Handrails

When building your deck, your deck contractors will begin by making sure that it has a solid foundation and framework. However, there are still further considerations to be made to guarantee that it is safe and code-compliant. Among the many things to seek out when looking for the best deck company is one that will be certain to build a structurally sound railing system for your deck.

All too often, deck railing systems are added on at the last minute in the deck building process, or even overlooked entirely as an unnecessary expenditure. However, deck railings are incredibly important for safety. They can prevent dangerous falls for everyone from children to the elderly. Railing systems are especially important for those who will be installing decks in areas where there is any potential for icy weather conditions, although even simple rainfall can lead a deck’s surface to become more slippery than usual.

In addition to railing systems for the perimeter of the deck, it is also important to think about the handrails that will be needed to go along the deck’s stairs. Stairs are a common source of slips and falls on decks and to be code compliant it is necessary to have a proper handrail system in place to prevent any possible injuries that could occur.

Other Things to Consider

While these are some of the most common things you must consider when building your deck, there are other less common and less well-known deck issues that you may be less aware of. This is where having the help of experienced deck contractors to build your deck can be extremely useful. One of the things that you may encounter when building a deck is the need for solid and level base support beneath stairs. Some options include concrete pads or even properly installed patios. Stair stringers must also have a connection bracket where they can be connected to the deck.

Other things that your deck and porch builders can help you with include design details that can boost the longevity of your new deck. For example, installing flashing tape to the top of your framing, such as the beams, joists, and stair support stringers can extend your deck’s lifespan. This is not expensive nor is it time-consuming to do, and can make a big difference. You may also consider checking out requirements from the manufacturer regarding the installation of their products and suggestions for fasteners and other hardware, which can also preserve longevity.

Are you ready to begin building a deck? If you are, or if you would like to learn more about how you can build a deck that is up to code, you can contact the team at Regan Total Construction. Our qualified deck specialists are ready to answer any questions you may have about this process.

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5 Helpful Tips for Deck Building Around Your Pool

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Building A Safe Pool Deck

While your main focus is typically on the pool itself, it pays to spend some time thinking about your pool decking. Aesthetically, your pool decking will determine how well your pool blends into the natural landscape. Choosing the right decking can make a big difference in its appearance. However, there’s another even more important reason to pay attention to the decking around your pool and to invest in quality pool deck construction if you haven’t already.

Pool decking can vastly increase the safety of your pool, offering a secure walking area to keep swimmers safe if the right materials are used in its construction. All that being said, here are some things you should be considering if you’re currently in the process of pool deck remodeling or construction and you want to be sure you get the most out of your pool decking.

Choose Moisture-Resistant Materials

Pool decking is unlike most surfaces just because of the way it is used. Its location around the swimming pool means it spends a lot of time exposed to water, which means water-resistance should always be a factor when choosing a material. The last thing you want is to choose a cheaper material and have your pool decking to begin to show signs of damage because of exposure to water from your pool or to incur extra costs because of the need to frequently reapply a sealant to keep it in good condition. Some of the best possible materials for pool deck construction or remodeling can include poured concrete, concrete pavers, brick, stone tile, and even natural or composite wood so long as it is of good quality.

Keep Swimmers’ Safety in Mind

Of course, moisture, along with barefooted swimmers, leads to a higher chance of slips and falls. This means it should be a priority for you to find a high-quality material for your pool decking that can provide a good amount of traction, reducing the potential for injury. For example, stone provides natural friction and is a good solution to help ensure individuals walking barefoot around your pool have less of a chance to slip and fall even if your pool decking is exposed to a great amount of water.

There are various types of surface coatings available as well. They may contain epoxy or combinations of polymer resins, sand, and cement, all of which help ensure your pool decking has a non-slip surface and is able to resist water as well as the various pool chemicals your pool decking is going to come into contact with over time.

Take the Heat Off Deck

Another important thing to remember is that pool decking can – and will – retain heat. While it won’t always be dangerous to you and your guests, it can certainly be uncomfortable, especially under the blazing summer sun. This is another thing that makes choosing the right material for your pool decking a critical task. Additionally, remember that if your current pool decking is like walking on hot coals in the summer heat, it may be possible to complete a pool deck remodeling project to make it a lot more comfortable to walk on or lie out on with just a little bit of work.

For example, if you already have concrete pool decking, stone tile can be placed on top. Choose unglazed stone tile for safety, and opt for lighter shades that won’t attract the heat. Wood feels great underfoot, but you’ll have to be careful if you opt for wood and choose a quality material such as cedar, redwood, or teak as these woods are capable of repelling water damage as well as possible damage from insects, meaning they will require less upkeep in the long run.

Remember the Surrounding Landscape

One of the most important things pool decking does is it helps connect your pool to the area around it. During the pool deck construction process, one of the things you’ll want to keep in mind is how you can use your new pool decking to make your new pool a part of the landscape. For example, stone tile is a great way of incorporating a pool into an area, as it provides a more natural look, especially with natural-looking stones such as travertine, limestone, and sandstone. Meanwhile, those with classic homes will often find that brick is a great option, having a more traditional aesthetic.

Don’t Forget the Foundation

With all of the above being stated, one of the most important things to remember is that no pool deck construction project can ever start without taking a good look at the foundation. Even in the case of many pool deck remodeling projects, it can be a good idea to take a look at the foundation to ensure it is in the best possible condition before moving forward, ensuring it is capable of standing up to plenty of future use without cracking, shifting or breaking down. Various types of pool decking all require different types of foundation but in all cases, it is vitally important that this foundation is sound and stable.

Additionally, when preparing a foundation it’s important to check for factors such as whether a channel will be needed for drainage, as may be the case if the pool area is located on a slope. This will help ensure that the pool does not flood in the event of a storm. In some cases, pool decking might need a slope for water to drain away, such as when building with concrete, tile, brick, or pavers.

Pool deck construction can be challenging, but once you get out in the summer sun and hit the water with friends and family, the challenge is well worth it! Of course, you don’t have to go about building your pool decking all by yourself.

The team at Regan Total Construction is here to help you design and build your pool decking, ensuring you have beautiful pool decking that will last for many years to come. If you would like to learn more about how our team can help you with your pool decking construction or remodeling project, contact us today!

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10 Ways to Make Your Deck Unique

Ten ways to make your deck unigue. Picture of a Deck

10 Ways to Make Your Deck Stand Out from the Rest

You may not be looking for some crazy, out-of-this-world design for your deck, but that doesn’t mean you want it to look like every other deck on the block. After all, your deck is a part of your home, and just as you wouldn’t want your home to be a carbon copy of your neighbor’s abode, you don’t want your deck to be just like what you see every time you drive up and down the street. Fortunately, there are some things you can do when working with a custom deck builder to give it a unique touch that makes it stand out from the rest. From basic design details to more elaborate features, here are some of the things you can do to help make your deck stand out.

1. Go for the Upgrade On Your Deck Railing

Perhaps one of the most notable features of any deck is its railing. A sturdy railing is a must for any deck, and one of the easiest ways to give your deck a unique touch is by going for an upgrade with your deck’s railing. Rather than opting for simple wood railing, working with your custom deck builder to choose a stylish metal option can make your deck truly unique compared to all the other decks on your block.

2. Use an Alternative Decking Board Pattern

Something as simple as the way a deck’s boards are laid out can make a big difference. For example, your deck contractor can easily lay your decking out diagonally rather than in the traditional horizontal or vertical style. It’s a simple change that does not typically cost much more and can have more of an impact on your deck’s appearance than you may realize. Other options are available as well, such as patchwork patterns with boards in alternating horizontally and vertically placed sections.

3. Don’t Be Afraid to Light Things Up!

Lighting is always a great addition to your deck, especially when you choose low-voltage, energy-efficient lighting. When your deck specialist installs lighting into and around your deck, you gain the ability to use your deck not only during the day but into the evening and even at night. Whether you want to use your deck for parties or simply kick back and relax when it’s dark outside, quality lighting can make your deck stand out.

4. Benches – a Great Bonus!

When working with your deck contractor to design your new deck, one of the things you might not immediately think about is adding in seating. However, benches can be a great touch that automatically gives you an additional seating area. Not only are built-in benches convenient, but they look great and are easy to keep up.

5. Heat Things Up… Add a Firepit

Is there anyone who doesn’t love to kick back and relax around a fire? During the design process, your deck contractor can add in a fire pit. This will not only make your deck more unique but also increase its functionality. With a firepit, you can enjoy your deck even on cooler nights, whether socializing with friends or relaxing on your deck solo. A variety of materials can be used to create a beautiful and safe fire pit for your deck.

6. Curves Make Everything Better

We like curves, and adding a curve or an arch to your deck is an easy way to really make it stand out. Your custom deck builder can curve an entire side of your deck, giving it a nice arched appearance that also adds a bit of room, or they can build a curved “bumpout” into your deck’s design. This is a small curve that adds just a bit of extra space where you can place additional seating, a small fire pit, a grill or just about anything else you can imagine. While it may seem like a simple tweak to traditional deck design, curves can be incredibly transformative in a deck’s design.

7. The Power of Pergolas

In addition to being a design element that makes a deck much more unique, pergolas are also incredibly functional. A good pergola adds a bit of shade to your deck without making it too dark and dreary, making it easier to enjoy your outdoor space even on the sunniest days. There are just as many creative design ideas available when it comes to pergolas as when it comes to decks, so your custom deck builder can work with you to come up with an option that will truly make an impact.

8. Plan Your “Rooms”

Those building smaller decks may not need to pay too much attention to the way their deck will be divided and spaced out. However, those building larger decks will want to work with their deck contractor, taking into consideration how they’ll be using their deck and the “rooms” they want to be included in its design. For example, you may want to include a lounge space, a separate area for games, and another area for serving food and drinks.

9. Make Space for Cooking

Speaking of food and drinks, if you’ll be using your deck for cooking or mixing up your favorite beverages, you may want to think about adding in a space for your grill or even a bar. Not only will this make your deck more unique but it’s an option that will offer you plenty of convenience in the long run. Your deck specialist can work with you to come up with a cooking area or beverage station that meets your specific needs.

10. Choose High-Quality Materials

Finally, while it should almost go without saying, one of the most important things you can do to make your deck truly stand out is to use the best materials possible in its construction. Your deck contractor can help you choose an option that is attractive, that works with your home’s design and that will hold up to wear and tear so it will look as great in five years as it does the day it is built.

Are you ready to speak to a custom deck builder about crafting an option for your home that will truly stand out? If so, or if you have questions about the deck building process, contact our team today to learn more!

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Are Decks a Good Investment

Are decks a good investment

Can Building a Deck Increase Your Home’s Value?


When it comes to home improvements, the construction of a new deck can be one of the most rewarding. However, building a new deck can take both time and money. That’s why there are several things to consider before taking on the task of building a new deck or opting for a deck replacement. Among these things is whether decks increase the value of your home and if you’re going to get a good return on your investment if you do choose to build a deck. 


What Makes a Deck a Good Investment


While it may be impossible to know for certain if you’ll get a return on any investment, decks are, for the most part, solid investments that tend to pay off in the long run. This is true for many reasons. 


One factor that makes a deck a good investment, whether you’re planning to sell your home or live in it for years to come, is the fact that it provides a great deal of additional living space. When you work with a quality deck contractor to design and build a deck for your home, you’re essentially crafting an entirely new room for your home that can be used for everything from hosting parties and entertaining to kicking back and enjoying some time to yourself.


Additionally, when and if you do decide to sell your home you can plan to recoup up to 81% of your initial investment, getting back more than half of the money you initially spent building your deck. The only home improvements that have a higher return on investment are options such as front door replacements and new home siding, and while both can be attractive, neither are quite as enjoyable as a new deck for your home. 


Factors That Affect a Deck’s ROI


Of course, there are always variables that should be considered when it comes to building a new deck or constructing a deck replacement. These variables can play a big role in just how much of a return you can expect on the investment you’ve made in your deck. 


One thing that’s important to note is that as with any structure, you can expect your deck to show a little wear and tear over time. However, factors such as the material used in its construction will play a big role in just how much wear and tear it shows and how well it stands up to the elements. A deck that’s capable of holding up well over time will typically be a much better investment, especially if you’re not planning on moving out of your home anytime soon, as you can be sure it will continue to look great and provide a good outdoor living space for years to come. 


Some of the materials you may consider for a new deck or deck replacement include both quality wood as well as composite wood. These materials will hold up better over time, ensuring a long-lasting deck capable of withstanding the weather elements and plenty of use. However, before you set out to build a deck or replace an existing deck, there are some things that you may want to think about.


Things to Consider Before Building


Once you’ve decided building a deck will be a good investment, there are still some things to consider. Among the first things to think about is whether or not you plan to sell your house in the near future or if your new deck or deck replacement will be a longer-term investment you will be enjoying as a part of your homeownership. Those who do plan to put their home on the market may want to consider putting a bit less money into their investment. While it’s still important to work with a quality deck contractor and build a good, solid deck you probably want to take into account the fact that you will be spending less time in the home and, as a result, will have less time to enjoy the deck before selling the home. 


Another thing to remember is that while decks increase the value of your home, you still want to take the size and value of your home into consideration when building a deck. While a larger and more elaborate deck may be a great option for a larger home, it may not be the best fit for a smaller home. Meanwhile, large and grand homes typically do call for decks of a similar size and quality. 


It’s always a good idea to build a deck that suits the scale of your home. One good method you can use to determine whether your deck is the right size is to have a deck that is no larger than the largest room inside your home. Thinking about it this way and using this as a basis for size can help ensure your deck is proportionate to the rest of your home. 


A Final Note on Deck Construction


Regardless of whether you plan to sell your home in months or have no plans to sell in the immediate future, you want to be sure when building a deck or planning a deck replacement to get the best quality possible. This includes everything from planning out the size of your deck to choosing the best possible materials and ensuring it fits with the style of your home. 


Working with a quality deck contractor who has the expertise and experience to craft a deck that suits your home and your lifestyle will go a long way toward making sure you get the best return on your investment possible. Decks increase the value of your home, but you still have to make smart choices to be sure you’re making the most of what’s available to you and optimizing your return. 


If you have any questions or you would like to learn more about building an attractive, functional deck or getting a deck replacement for your home, contact our team at Regan Total Construction today.

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Important Questions to Ask Your Potential Deck Builder

Ask Your Deck Contractor

Questions You Should Ask Your Potential Deck Builder

You’ve made the decision to build a new deck or get a deck replacement. However, that’s only the first step in what can be a surprisingly long process. The next step is to find a custom deck builder who can get the job done and get it done right, ensuring you have a quality deck that suits all of your needs and is capable of standing up to years of use.This is extremely important to know that the deck builder you hire will install all decking and railing systems to meet the manufacturer’s installation requirements otherwise the warranty will be void.

But not every deck builder has the same qualifications and the same experience. This is why it’s up to you to do your research and, before settling on any one deck builder, ask several key questions. These key questions not only give you a better understanding of what the deck builder has to offer but can also provide you with crucial information you may need to know about that builder’s experience working with certain types of decking materials, with building certain types of decks and the background they have completing certain types of jobs. With all that in mind, here are some of the most important questions you should be asking any potential deck builder before settling down and hiring them on for your deck building or deck replacement job.

Get to Know Their Credentials

While it should almost go without saying that a custom deck builder will be fully qualified and certified, this isn’t always the case. That’s why it’s important for the process of hiring a deck builder to start with asking core questions about their background and their credentials. Some of these important questions include:

  • Are you licensed and insured? – It’s vitally important that any deck builder you work with has proper license and insurance paperwork. If they don’t, take this as a sign to walk away without any hesitation whatsoever. You want to be sure that you have the protection you need in the event of any potential accidents, with your builder being covered in your state.
  • Do you have references? – It’s always a good idea to ask a custom deck builder you may be interested in working with if they can connect you with past clients they’ve worked with. These references will give you a better idea of not only the final product once the deck is completed but also allow you to get insight into what it’s like to work with the company. Be sure the company is able to provide a full list of references and not just one or two past clients. Additionally, ask these references if they would be interested in re-hiring that custom deck builder for another job. If they say “yes” you can be more confident in hiring them for your own deck construction or deck replacement.
  • Can you handle the permit process?– More than likely, regardless of whether you are installing a new deck or getting a deck replacement, you will need permits from the local building department to complete the process. One of the questions you need to ask a custom deck builder before making the final decision to hire them is whether they’re capable of handling the permit process. Building without a permit could potentially lead to fines and may make it more difficult for you to sell your home in the future. This also protects you as a homeowner by having an unbiased third party involved that will inspect the quality and safety of the support footings, framing and the finished product with decking, railings and stairs. If they can’t pass the inspection you should not pay them until it does.

Quality Construction and Materials

Even if a deck looks great when it’s first built, it has to be able to stand up to plenty of use and it needs to be durable enough to handle the elements. That’s why it’s a good idea to ask any custom deck builder you are thinking of working with questions that can help you determine their qualifications, the quality of workmanship they offer and the quality of the materials they will be using to build your deck. Some questions to ask include:

  • How much experience do you have? – While references are important, nothing beats a custom deck builder with years of experience working in the industry. One of the most important questions to ask is how much experience the builder has overall, how many years the builder has been in business, and what kinds of experience their team members have and how many decks do they build a year. There are countless contractors that build a deck or two per year, but when it is not their specialization the finished results most likely will not be as good as someone that focuses on building decks all year long. This can help ensure you find a custom deck builder that has plenty of experience and knowledge so you’re able to get the most out of your deck building or deck replacement project.
  • What materials do you offer? – While every custom deck builder will be able to offer a range of options when it comes to materials, it’s still a good idea to ask what kinds of materials they have available and what they have experience working with early on in the process. From different types of woods, to low maintenance materials like composite and vinyl, to alternative decking/railing options, be sure you know what options are available to you at the start of your project.
  • Can you build with Trex Decking? – Options such as Trex decking, a composite material, can often stand up to the elements much longer than traditional wood while still having a beautiful and stylish appearance. However, if you plan to work with a material such as Trex, it’s important to find a custom deck builder who already has experience with it. Ideally, you want to find a certified TrexPro builder if you plan to work with Trex decking, as this can help ensure you get the most out of this material.

One Final Question – What’s My Estimate?

One last thing to remember is that when you’re working with a custom deck builder, you should be able to get an estimate for your project early on in the process. This estimate should cover building costs, material costs, and any other costs such as permit and inspection fees that might be associated with the project so you aren’t surprised by any hidden numbers that pop up along the way.

If you would like to ask our team at Regan Total Construction any questions about your upcoming deck construction or deck replacement project, or you would like to receive a detailed estimate for your project, contact us today! Our approach is to work with our customers to create a deck design/layout and selection of materials that meets your needs and your budget by being an open book about the associated costs and why you might want to choose one material versus another.


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