Hamilton Deck Builders – Ancaster Pergola Experts!
Your Hamilton Deck Company–
When it comes to Hamilton deck builders we are one of the local ” Best Kept Secrets”. In fact, our founder Lawrence Winterburn grew up in the Ancaster area. Our deck company is known for unique, but architecturally correct structures that fit the home as if it grew there. We love red cedar for decks and pergolas, but there are a number of composite and PVC decking products that have come of age recently. Many of these products seem to be lasting beautifully. We are happy to run budgets for you in any material you choose.
Experience matters when it comes to designing, planning, and building decks and pergolas. That is the thing that makes quality woodwork more valuable. Higher quality designs and methods simply last longer and age more gracefully. When it comes to wood and historical detailing, Gardenstructure.com is an expert in the field. We have created many of our own unique details for railings, privacy screens, pergolas and many other things over the years.
Here are a few photos of projects we have created in the area over the past few years. Get in touch soon to have us help you design decks or pergolas!
Hamilton Decks With Roofs
Above are photos of a deck with a full roof. These roofed decks are a popular option around Hamilton, something about last year being the wettest on record! We design them, have them engineered and can navigate the building department to get them built without dramatic changes. Our Deck Builders are trained carpenters, not handymen! They could build you a home if you wanted, but we love building decks!
Ancaster Deck Company – Experts in Pergolas!
We are Ancaster deck company that do some fine pergolas as well! Here are a couple of projects from the Ancaster area. A curved pergola and a low maintenance deck by Dave and Matt.
There are many builders that don’t want to go through the hassle of obtaining permits. If you meet up with one, you may want to slow down the process a little. The Building Department is there to help. Sure, their knowledge of decks may be lacking a little, but they are there to assure minimum standards.