Flash & Caulk All Ledgers: This will eliminate any water transfer from the decking
to the siding of the structure it is attached to. Reducing the change of rot to your
Re-treat Pressure Treated End Cuts: Re-treating will protect open ends of the pressure
treated wood. This protects the wood from wicking water into the center of the wood
and rotting from the inside out. Re-treating the ends allows a deck to stand for
years with minimal maintenance to the framing.
Powder-Coated, Galvanized Color-Matched Screws: By using this type of screw, it
eliminates rust and bleeding on the decking.
Pre-Drilled & Counter-Sunk Screws: Counter-sinking leaves a smooth finish and reduces
the occurrence of cracking in both wood and composite decking.
Glue & Miter All Handrail Corners: Provides an even fit and promotes extra strength.
Handrail Wood Is Clear Cedar: Creates a smooth finish with less than 1% knots. This
reduces the chance of splitting, cracking, warping & shrinking.
Decking is Hand Selected: Ensures the best quality wood to be used and made to last.
Girder Beams: By using girder beams and not solid beams, it promotes added support,
eliminates hinge points, reduces side sway, and makes for easy replacement if ever
Concrete All Supports: By not using pier blocks it creates a very stable foundation
with minimal settling. A minimum of 90 pounds of concrete is used per support.