If you’re looking for a reliable and professional deck installation service, Ace of Decks is the perfect choice. Our team of experienced professionals are well-trained in all areas of deck installation, from design to construction and beyond. We offer our clients custom deck designs that meet their individual needs and provide quality workmanship that ensures the highest level of satisfaction. Our years of expertise in the industry have prepared us to handle any job – large or small – and deliver results that exceed expectations.

Our process

At Ace of Decks, we pride ourselves on our thorough and efficient deck building process. Our team of experts has years of experience in designing and constructing custom-built decks for homeowners across the country. We believe that every client deserves a personalized approach that caters to their unique needs and preferences.

Our process begins with an initial consultation where we listen carefully to your ideas, expectations, and concerns. We take into account your budget, style preferences, and any special features you would like to incorporate into your deck. From there, our team will create a detailed design plan that includes all aspects of the project, including materials used, timeline, and cost estimates.

Once the design is finalized and approved by you, we begin the construction phase. Our builders are highly trained professionals who use only top-quality materials to ensure a durable and long-lasting deck.

Types of Materials​

When it comes to choosing the right decking material, there are so many options available that it can be overwhelming. To help you make an informed decision, we’ve put together this guide on the different types of decking materials available.

Composite Decking

If you are looking for a hassle free decking solution look no further than composite decking. It is made from a mixture of wood fibers and plastic, creating a durable and low-maintenance material perfect for outdoor living spaces.

One of the main advantages of composite decking is its durability. Unlike traditional wood decks, composite decks are resistant to rotting, warping, and insect damage. Additionally, they do not require staining or sealing like natural wood decks do. This makes them an ideal choice for homeowners who want to spend less time maintaining their deck and more time enjoying it with family and friends.

There are a lot of different composite decking brands on the market but Timbertech stands head and shoulders above the rest.

We love Timbertech because it offers the perfect combination of beauty and durability. It is specifically designed designed to withstand harsh weather conditions and resist fading, staining, scratching and mold growth. Timbertech decking is eco-friendly since it’s made from recycled materials such as sawdust and plastic bags. This means that by choosing Timbertech composite decking over traditional wood options you are helping to divert waste from landfills while also reducing your carbon footprint. You can view their different collections and colors below.

PVC Decking

PVC is another popular low maintenance decking option. PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is a synthetic plastic material that is resistant to moisture, mildew, and insect damage. It also resists fading from exposure to the sun’s UV rays, making it an ideal choice for decks in sunny locations. There is no organic material in the boards so companies are able to offer a longer warranty, Azek for example has a 50-year warranty.

Like composite one of the main benefits of PVC is its durability. It does not require regular staining or sealing to protect against moisture and rot, PVC decking only needs occasional cleaning with soap and water to keep it looking great. What differentiates PVC from composite is its ability to stay cooler in the sun. PVC is less dense than composite so it doesn’t retain as much heat. Checkout the different color options below.

Wood Decks

Wood decks are the classic, go-to choice for outdoor spaces. There are a variety of options available when it comes to materials and design. Treated wood is one of the most popular material choices for decking because of its affordability and durability. Cedar also provides an attractive look with natural resistance to moisture, decay, UV rays, and insects. For those looking for a more luxury option, ipe is an exotic hardwood that offers a unique look and exceptional strength.

Treated Wood Decks

Treated wood is a great material for creating beautiful outdoor structures like decks, patios and more. Treated wood has been used for many years in the construction of decks, fences and other outdoor structures because it is guaranteed to last longer than untreated lumber. It is resistant to rot, decay and pests such as termites, making it an ideal choice for homeowners on a budget. A typical treated wood deck will last between 10 to 15 years depending on how you maintain it.  With Ace of Decks’ expertise in constructing decks with treated wood, you can be sure your deck will look its best for years to come. At Ace of Decks, we only use high quality treated lumber that meets all safety standards when building our clients’ projects. 

Cedar Decks

Cedar decking has become a popular choice among homeowners for several reasons. Firstly, cedar wood is known for its natural beauty and rich color that adds warmth and character to any outdoor space. It also has a unique texture that enhances its visual appeal, creating an inviting atmosphere for relaxation or entertainment.

Secondly, cedar is naturally resistant to rot and insects, making it an ideal option for outdoor projects such as decks. This quality makes cedar a low-maintenance material compared to other types of wood, which may require frequent maintenance like staining or sealing.

Lastly, cedar decking is environmentally friendly. Cedar trees are grown sustainably and can be harvested without causing damage to the environment. Choosing cedar over other materials helps reduce your carbon footprint while enjoying the benefits of a beautiful and durable deck.

IPE Decks

Brazilian IPE is an exotic hardwood that can be found in different parts of the world, but is most common in Brazil. It has become a popular choice for deck construction due to its durability and resistance to rot and decay. The material is extremely dense and highly resistant to scratching and splitting, making it ideal for high-traffic areas like decks or boardwalks. With exposure to the sun an IPE deck will start to fade to a patina grey. The changes are aesthetic and a light sanding and oiling will bring it back to life.