Our custom deck building services in Coquitlam are designed to meet your unique needs and preferences. We can build a deck of any size or shape, and we offer a wide range of materials to choose from, including pressure-treated wood, cedar, redwood, exotic hardwood, composite, vinyl and PVC.
Our team of skilled professionals will work closely with you to create a design that perfectly complements your home’s architecture and landscaping.
At our deck building company in Coquitlam, we understand
that a deck is not just a functional addition to your home,
but also a reflection of your style and personality. That’s
why we strive to provide a personalized and collaborative
approach to every project we undertake. Adam works very
closely with all homeowners to make sure the
- Design and planning: Adam will work with you to create a design that meets your specific needs, preferences, and budget.
- Permitting: XMT will obtain any necessary permits and approvals from the local government.
- Site preparation: XMT will prepare the site by clearing and leveling the ground and making any necessary structural modifications to your home.
- Foundation and framing: XMT will install the foundation and framing of the deck, ensuring that it is stable, secure, and built to code.
- Decking and railing: XMT will install the decking and railing, using high-quality materials that are durable and weather-resistant.
- Finishing touches: XMT will add any finishing touches, such as lighting, stairs, and accessories, to complete the look and functionality of your deck.
*No obligation quotations for Coquitlam Decks
*Progress payment system
*We employ quality trades people
*Over 20 Years of Experience building and designing decks
*We carry $5 million in general liability insurance
*TimberTech & Azek Platinum Level Decking Contractor
*Trex Gold Level Decking Contractor
*We emphasized clear and regular communication
*We ensure construction projects are delivered on time and budget
*Reputation, Experience, Quality of work and Customer service
If you’re ready to enhance your outdoor living space with a custom deck, patio, porch, pool deck, or other outdoor living feature, contact us today. We would be happy to discuss your project with you. Let us help you transform your outdoor space into a beautiful and functional area that you can enjoy for years to come! Learn more about us.
What is the difference between wood and composite decking?
Wood decks are commonly constructed out of natural wood materials, such as cedar, pressure-treated and exotic hardwood. Composite decking is made of a blend of wood fibers and plastic. Composite decking is typically more durable and requires less maintenance than wood decking and comes with a 25 – 50 year warranty.
How much does it cost to build a deck?
The cost of building a deck can vary depending on size, material, and llabor costs. On average, the cost to build a deck can range from $3,000 to $15,000 or more.
Are permits required to build a deck?
Permit requirements can vary depending on your location, size and height of your deck. Most often if the finished deck height is not greater than 24″ you do not require a building permit. Generally, a cover that will prevent rain and snow from touching the deck surface will require a building permit. Some cities and municipalities have size limits, allowing the construction of a cover with size limitations. XMT Construction communicates with the building department of your city or town about these details.
How often should I clean and maintain my deck?
Regular cleaning and maintenance can help prolong the life of your deck. Wood decks of any material should be cleaned and sealed annually, while composite or PVC decks require less maintenance and typically only need to be washed 1 or 2 times per annum.
How long does a deck last?
The lifespan of a deck can vary depending on factors such as materials, maintenance, and weather conditions. Wood decks typically last around 10 to 15 years, while composite decks can last 25 years or more with proper maintenance.
What brands of composite decking do you install?
We install TimberTech, Trex and Azek. Azek is a PVC material and a sister company to TimberTech.