Spring has sprung. In fact, summer will be here before you know it. The flowers are in bloom, the temperature is starting to rise, and barbeque season is in full swing. All across Maryland, you can see homeowners on their patios and decks grilling the night away. But what if you don’t have a patio or a deck?
It’s Time to Consider a Deck Addition
Deck additions are a great way to add functionality and value to your home.
- Functionality: Barbeque season is going to be a lonely time of year if you don’t have a play to barbeque. A new deck gives you the outdoor living space your home is so sorely lacking.
- Value: According to Remodeling Magazine’s 2015 Cost vs. Value report, composite decks carry an average return on investment (ROI) of 77% in Maryland, while wood decks come in around 83.3%.
Do you already have a deck, but wish it had a bit more?
Deck Additions Can Put Your Current Deck Over the Top
As they say, the devil is in the details. If you already have a deck, it might be time to think about some key additions to put your deck over the top. These additions can include trellises and lattices, bump outs to accommodate grills and seating, benches, and deck lighting. There are so many ways to enhance your deck and all you have to do to get started is look below.
Deck Additions (and Additions) from Albaugh & Sons
Albaugh & Sons is a Home Improvement contractor located in Frederick, Maryland, specializing in fencing and decking. Our deck division builds custom decks using both natural hardwoods and maintenance free composite materials, such as Trex, Timber Tech, and Azek. Whatever material you choose, the deck we create will be reliable, safe, and beautiful.
The estimate you receive for your deck is not only competitive; it is extremely accurate.
If you are looking for a Custom Deck Additions, you’ve come to the right place! Please contact Albaugh & Sons at 301-964-9379 or fill out the contact form found on our website. We are based in Frederick, Maryland and service all of Frederick County and parts of Washington and Carroll counties.