Our deck design and construction will meet and exceed any local building codes assuring your deck will not only look great, it will be safe for you and your family for years to come. We are happy to work with you to design and build a deck that looks good and is within your budget, without cutting corners. At Trinity Home Improvement can build a traditional (pressure treated) wood deck or a lower maintenance composite (or PVC) deck.
We are a recognized Trex Pro deck installer and have worked with many customers in building simple decks to designing and building more complex decks. Trex decking is a fantastic product that we highly recommend.
In addition to being a Trex Pro installer we are also a Certified Deck Builder with Deckorator's Decking. Deckorator's has a unique composite board where they use a mineral based filler (instead of a wood fiber filler). The mineral based filler allows the board to stay cooler longer, and when the board does get hot, it cools more quickly than boards with the wood filler.
If you're deciding between composite or pressure treated decking, we suggest that you consider this: On average a composite deck costs about twice as much in the upfront cost of the build as a pressure treated deck. During the ongoing maintenance of a pressure treated deck, you can expect that within about 10 years you will be spending the money you saved on the front end pressure washing and staining that deck. If you neglect the maintenance on your pressure treated deck, you will decrease the lifespan of your deck by several years and decrease the value of your home. We suggest that if you're not ready financially for the composite deck that you hold off on building and save up to go with a composite deck.
We are also a recognized installer for the Armadillo brand composite decking and we feel that this is a great entry level composite deck brand.
Want something different? We recommend looking at our Cellular PVC decking, Clubhouse or Veka. Clubhouse or Veka is an excellent alternative to composite decking especially decking that is in direct sun. One complaint from customers with decks in direct sun is that their decking gets too warm to walk on in mid-day sun. Cellular PVC is a great alternative because it does not retain the heat like other composite decking and even in mid-day sun it's comfortable to walk on in your bare feet.