There are several different types, styles and kinds of home deck for your outdoor space. With so many choices to select from it can be hard to know where to start for your deck installation. In this section of the Deck Cost Guide website you will find our guides on all of the most common types of decking material (e.g Aluminum, PVC), decking brands (e.g. TimberTech, Azek) and by decking type (Elevated Deck, Pool Deck). To make things really easy for you, we’ve included the common considerations, advantages, disadvantages, deck costs, maintenance and FAQ for each type of decking material, brand and type.
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Deck Guides By Deck Brand
Our Deck Cost guides by popular Decking brands, including brand information, individual pros and cons, then give a breakdown of prices and labor costs for each decking range offered by each brand.
This installation and price guide will give you a comprehensive overview of the Deckorators Composite Decking, products, and cost of materials and installation. Deckorators decks generally average between $5,700 to ...Open Guide
Our DuraLife Decking cost guide will provide you with a thorough overview of the DuraLife brand, their product lines, and cost for deck materials and installation. The average cost of ...Open Guide
About Fiberon Decking Fiberon Decking began in 1997, selling composite decking and decking features, and it has been perfecting its business since. The company has a history of being the ...Open Guide
This MoistureShield Deck Cost guide gives you current, accurate prices for this leading deck brand. It includes a detailed parts price list plus costs for total decking projects using each ...Open Guide
Our TimberTech AZEK Deck Cost guide provides a thorough and concise guide to the Prices & Costs for TimberTech AZEK decking ranges, with an overview of the brand and their ...Open Guide
TimberTech decking is on the short list for most homeowners as they consider composite decking brands for their outdoor living project. Contractors often recommend it to because it beautifully mimics ...Open Guide
Our Trex Deck Cost guide will supply and in-depth guide to the Prices & Costs for all the Trex decking ranges, we will also provide an overview of the Trex ...Open Guide
Our Wolf Decking cost guide will provide you with a thorough overview of the Wolf deck brand, their various product lines, and cost for materials and installation. The average cost ...Open Guide
Deck Guides By Deck Material
Our Decking Material Cost guides relate to popular material used for your home decks, including deck material information, individual advantages and disadvantages for each deck material, also we include costs and labor prices for each decking material and their installation.
Aluminum decking is a premium decking material that lasts indefinitely. The best products are coated to make the deck slip resistant and quiet. There’s no metallic “ping” with high-quality coated aluminum decking. Most aluminum planks feature a built-in water control ...Open Guide
Cedar decking remains a top choice for decks due to a combination of compelling factors. Cedar: Is very attractive Has natural moisture-resistant qualities Readily accepts stain and sealer Is an affordable deck material While pressure treated wood decks are the ...Open Guide
A Composite deck is produced to mimic the look of wood in color and texture without the maintenance challenges wood presents. In recent years, composite has become popular with homeowners because it requires little or no maintenance, looks fantastic for decades ...Open Guide
Several species of tropical hardwood are outstanding deck materials, and none is more enthusiastically received than ipe. Pronounced epay (rhymes with eBay), ipe is incredibly dense and hard, resistant to insects and rot and, best of all, is simply gorgeous ...Open Guide
Pressure treated lumber remains the number one material for deck construction because it has the right combination of: Handsome wood appearance Low cost Excellent durability Did you know that many decks finished with other materials have frames built of pressure ...Open Guide
PVC plastic decking is a faux wood decking material complete with woodgrain texturing and available in a limited range of colors and styles. It is made to give your deck the look of natural wood without the issues wood can ...Open Guide
In terms of percentage, redwood isn’t the most widely used deck material. However, in terms of beauty, a redwood deck is unsurpassed. A redwood deck is one that is finished in redwood – meaning the decking, stairs, rails and accessories ...Open Guide
Tigerwood Hardwood decks are trending among discriminating homeowners because they are gorgeous, durable and more affordable than you might realize. For less than the cost of a composite deck, your home can be outfitted with the stunning addition of a ...Open Guide
Deck Guides By Deck Type
Our Decking Type Cost guides are for popular deck types and deck designs (e.g Elevated decks, Pool decking). Which include things to consider when choosing the right deck for your home, also the individual advantages and disadvantages of your chosen deck design or deck type, then we give example prices and labor estimates for each decking type and frequently asked questions.
Within this Deck Guide we explain the deck railing types, deck railing styles, pros and cons and the Handrail codes standards that will need to met to allow a safe environment ...Open Guide
Within this Pool Deck cost guide, we highlight all the costs and common deck materials for the decking around your pool, including inground deck pools or above ground pool with ...Open Guide
Elevated decks maximize your enjoyment of outdoor space around your home. They’re especially popular on houses with a walkout basement, ...Open Guide
Multi-level deck design allows you to use your outdoor space to best advantage. Add a secluded upper deck outside a ...Open Guide