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New Construction

We love new construction. Nothing more satisfying than making a customer happy with a job well done.

 

Our quality and timely manner are 2nd to none. 

 

Our list of projects we are qualified to do is a long list!. You can check out some of them on our main web page on the left hand side where all the topics are. Click on them and see photos and info on them.

 

You want to know what tasks we do? Here we go..

 

*Bathroom Remodels

*Kitchen Remodels

*Basement Remodels

*Basement Framing

*Building of Houses from foundation to roof (Best sq ft price around)

*Flooring

*Ceilings, Drywall finishing.

*Decks, Porches, Ramps.

*Fences

*Repair work

*Windows and Doors.

*Masonry

*Sunrooms, Room additions, 3 and 4 seasons rooms.

*Painting Interior and Exterior.

*Trim work

*Residential and Commerical.

 

 

Additions

Whether its adding another story, converting a garage or basement, or just a room enlargement, you'll be in good hands as our experienced crew moves quickly and efficiently to transform your home. We respect your space and work to keep your home clean and safe. Because we focus on efficiency and quality, trusting your addition to us is a safe investment.

 

 

*Sunrooms

*Room additions

*Full house renovations

 

*WE do it all

Decks

 

The Decking dilemma—which to choose?

Probably  the most difficult decision to make when building a deck is what  type of  decking to use. All  three choices—5/4 x 6-in. radius-edged cedar,  pressure-treated and composite  decking—share similarities. They’re all rot  resistant to varying degrees,  require 16-in. joist spacing for proper support,  bleach out to a silvery gray,  and can all be cut and installed using  conventional tools and fasteners.

But alas, there’s no perfect choice. All have  tradeoffs. Figure out what  characteristics are most important to you, then make  your selection based on  that.

 

 

 

The pros and cons of Cedar decking

 

If  the natural look of wood is tops on your list, use cedar. The heartwood  of  the tree (the deeper colored red part, not the white sap part) is rot   resistant. Cedar doesn’t readily absorb moisture— and, since moisture is what   creates twisting and splitting, cedar decking tends to lie flat and straight.   Most carpenters figure a lifespan of 15 to 20 years for cedar deck boards,  but  it can deteriorate faster when used for ground-level decks       and  for  shaded decks that are slow to dry out.

 To retain the color, you have to clean it and reseal it every year or two, and even then it’s a losing battle. I’ve never seen a 10-year-old cedar deck that still had that warm, rich look of new wood. Cedar is also soft; when used for stairs or for decks where furniture gets dragged around a lot, the edges in particular can get beat up. Finally, the cost of the cedar is moderate, more than pressure-treated but somewhat less than composite


 

The pros and cons of pressure-treated  decking

 

If  economy and longevity are your bag, go with pressure-treated wood. It’s  stainable,  hard enough to resist abuse, and many brands carry a lifetime  (though limited)  warranty. But beware, not all treated woods are created equal.  The standard  treated decking at my local lumberyard costs less than cedar. But  inexpensive  treated wood is often full of moisture and will shrink unevenly and  twist when  it dries. One homeowner told me, “Yeah, my treated deck may last  forever—but  it’s going to look BAD forever too.”

 

We suggest you buy “choice,” “premium”  or “select” treated boards. At about  40 percent more per linear foot, you’ll  pay more, but the boards have fewer  knots and straighter grain. And, since many  of the higher grade choices are  kiln-dried both before and after pressure  treatment, they have less tendency to  warp


 

The pros and cons of Composite decking

 

If  near-zero maintenance is your goal, buy composite decking. Most is made  from  recycled plastic and wood chips or sawdust. It’s more expensive than  cedar, but  once it’s down, it won’t rot, splinter or twist. The color change is  even.  You can even stain most types after four to six months. Since the  material is  defect free, you can use every inch. Maintenance involves spraying  it off with  a hose. Some people don’t like the look of the stuff and it’s cold  on bare  feet. But if you want to relax on your deck instead of work on it, bite  the  bullet and spend the extra cash.

 

 

 

 


 

 

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