Spring is just around the corner. It’s a time to get outside and enjoy the refreshing warm weather and watch lawns and plants come to life. To help you get the most use from your outdoor living space, you should consider adding a deck to your home. A deck will give you the perfect place to relax and bask in the beautiful spring weather.
If you’re going to install decking, though, you should do it sooner rather than later. There are perks to getting yours installed while spring isn’t here yet. Installing a deck while it’s still winter has its advantages.
Take Advantage of Discounts
Since winter is a slow time of year for decking contractors, you could get a price discount and save a significant amount of money. This means you get the same quality of deck you would get in the spring for a cheaper cost. Not only that, but it also keeps the professionals busy all throughout the year.
You Can Enjoy Your Deck Once Spring Arrives
Waiting until spring to call a decking contractor means you won’t have your deck completed until the end of spring or the start of summer. This is because contractors’ schedules get booked at the start of spring.
If you’re proactive and schedule your decking to be built during winter, it will be ready for you to enjoy at the start of spring so you can enjoy it for the entirety of the warm season.
Get Your Project Scheduled Sooner
From spring into the fall, deck contractors are kept busy, with spring being exceptionally busy. This makes it tough to get an appointment without waiting for an extensive period of time. That’s why we recommend getting your appointment booked in winter, while contractors still aren’t busy yet. This way, you’ll spend less time waiting, and your deck will be ready for use the moment spring arrives.
The Ground is Better for Digging
Frozen ground and snow won’t impede your deck contractor from getting your decking built. In fact, the cold can actually help move the digging process along. It’s much better for your decking’s foundation if workers get to work with hard ground instead of soft mud that can be shifty and less stable. Also, because your lawn becomes more dormant in the winter, there’s a lower chance of damaging your grass or other landscape features while your deck is being constructed.
Contact Albaugh & Sons
Since 2003, Albaugh & Sons, LLC, has been dedicated to meeting the fencing, decking, and home remodeling needs of homeowners throughout the greater Frederick area. All of our team members are experienced, well-trained, and committed to exceeding the expectations of every customer.