Many people prefer the natural look of real wood for their deck. A wood deck connects your home to the outdoors, and is a wonderful way to turn unusable spaces, like slopes or embankments in your yard, into aesthetically appealing outdoor places.
Variety of Styles to Suit Your Outdoor Space
Our experienced designers at Klassic Custom Decks Cleveland will work with you to create a unique and innovative wood deck design that makes the most of the space in your yard. Whether you want a simple deck extending from your home, or an elaborate deck with multi-levels, pergolas, gazebos, benches and planters, our designers will make your dreams a reality.
Wood Decks Provide Excellent Value for the Money
Not only will decking add enjoyment to your family, it is a sensible investment in your property. According to Remodeling Magazine, a wood deck is one of the better remodeling investments, recouping at least 87% of its cost in immediate home value increase.
The quality of the materials used to build your deck can have a serious impact on the return you get later down the road. That’s one of the reasons why we use only YellaWood brand lumber during our deck construction. The quality of their materials far exceeds the price.
Benefits of a New Wood Deck
Wood decking is a wonderful place to enjoy a barbeque with friends and family members. It is a great place for the kids to play, too. Making the most of decking in your yard requires the expertise of a professional decking company with lots of experience, like Klassic Custom Decks in Cleveland.
Caring for Your New Deck
In order to maximize the investment you make in your new lumber deck, it is important to have a regular routine program in place. It is especially important in the rough Cleveland climate. Get more years and more enjoyment out of your deck by making sure to perform the following tasks regularly:
- Fastener examination – check all nails and screws to make sure that temperature, weather, and traction aren’t dislodging them.
- Visual inspection – over time, wood will naturally split, splinter, and bow. If any of these changes become prominent, you may need to replace some boards.
- Treat the wood – water and sunlight can cause damage, so be sure to apply water repellent at least once yearly and re-stain your deck whenever the color starts to fade.
Whether you are thinking about putting in a brand new wood deck or upgrade an existing one – we will be happy to help.