Outdoor Decks, Pergolas and Garden Architecture
Custom decks, pergolas, and fences. Over our 30 years in business, we built many wooden and composite lumber decks.
Every deck is unique and custom designed to accommodate the site, our client’s needs, and lifestyle.
Please, do not call and ask how much we charge per square or linear foot/ meter of deck or fence. We are not a carpet depot here. There is a reason for this. We would be more than happy, to give you all the answers to your deck or fence project questions over the phone. This would make our work so much easier. Unfortunately, we are not able to do this because every project has different unique conditions and problems. In order to give you an accurate estimate, we need to meet with you on location to evaluate the project first.
Browse our gallery to see many ideas for custom decks, pergolas, gazebos, and fences.
Contact us to schedule a consultation meeting so we can answer all the questions, you may have. We will present the best options and cost-effective solutions for your deck project. Composite decks are maintenance and trouble-free. For a very long time, people were looking for maintenance-free building materials. Composite decking is allowing to build a deck you don’t have to paint or keep up for years.
We built many decks using composite decking material. Composite decking materials changed for the better over the years too and are constantly developed and improved. Browse our collection of photos to explore ideas for your family backyard. Decks and other outdoor structures made of composite lumber are maintenance-free. We guarantee our work for two years, and the composite materials are supported by long-term manufacturer warranties.
Variety of Available Materials
When you plan to build a new outdoor deck, pergola, gazebo, or fence you should consider several choices of materials to build it with. The most common material to build a house deck or other outdoor structure is wood. Below are some wood, and lumber examples most commonly used in the Calgary area
Untreated spruce. A very short lifespan of just a few years.
ACQ Treated Lumber. Longer lifespan, treated with chemicals.
Western red cedar is the natural material with the longest lifespan of the two above and the cost is only 10-15% higher than the cost of ACQ-treated lumber.
Tropical hardwood lumber ‘Kayu’ very long lifespan and is attractive but expensive.
There are several options for synthetic composite decking options available.