Deck Builders in Toronto – Builders with a conscience.
Choosing the right deck builders in Toronto involves questions and answers. You might speak to many different deck builders before deciding which one you trust to create “That Perfect Deck” for your Toronto home.
Clients often ask which decking lasts the longest, how big can I build? Do I need Permits? What color should the deck be? How close can we build to the property line? We have answers, but we need to know a little about your project first.
The process starts with a design consultation as we ask you about your budget, timeline, tastes and what the deck should look like. Our knowledgeable deck designer will help you decide what your wish list for features and finishes should be to meet the budget that you choose.
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This deck features glass rails that shed water away from the inner parts to make the rails last longer. Custom pergola with coffered rafters and very extended rafter tails. All the materials were prefinished for extra durability. This deck build was a few years ago when stain quality was much better than today. In recent years the EPA banned some important chemicals that helped exterior stain and paint perform better. Most stains will only last a year or so now. For this reason, we are using more low maintenance decking products and less wood. The privacy screen is a version of our design T003 Trellis Plans with tighter spacing.
The photos of decks below were all built locally (Greater Toronto Area), and we will describe the projects a little below each. When you are ready– Get in touch!
Red Cedar has always been a top choice for decks since it lasts 20 years and can be left without a finish. Leave spaces for more durability, and add aluminum railings for a long lasting safe railing.
Mahogany is back!! This part cedar and part mahogany deck is a stunner. Classically styled guard rails and skirted, it was prefinished to create a durable coating.
Fanatical attention to detail from Matt Holinaty– A gardenstructure.com builder for nearly a decade.
Custom rails and substantial dressed up newel posts increase the budget, but there is no substitute for detail when you want a deluxe looking deck.
This curved deck takes it a step further by creating a dry area below and adding a roofed area above using an Arcadia Roof — This deck is entirely PVC, the most durable material we can choose. This deck also features custom frosted glass privacy screens and frameless glass rails on the curve.
This project involved a 3 season room addition, 2500 square foot deck with curved stairs and section with curved glass hand rails as well as patio, lighting, and materials that were pre-finished prior to building. We specialize in furniture grade outdoor woodwork. Get in touch to meet with one of our deck designers in the Toronto Area today!
This deck with brick posts helps blend the deck with the home. It features a curved central area for gatherings and furniture. The pergola accent adds some vertical interest. Glass rails help preserve the view.