Birmingham Homeowners Rely on Allied’s Professional Deck Builders
If you’re looking for a reliable Birmingham, Michigan deck builder to construct your new deck, Allied Construction and Restoration is here to help.
As a Birmingham resident you can rely on Allied’s deck contractors for the expertise needed to make sure your composite deck is constructed properly. Our construction experts follow best practices including:
- Compliance with all local codes and regulations
- Follow deck installation guidelines
- Licensed as required by the state of Michigan
- Carry liability insurance to protect you and your property
- Guarantee 100% customer satisfaction
Need more reasons to choose Allied to Construct your deck?
Allied is a family-owned construction company with over 70 years in the business. We understand all aspects of a decking project. Allied’s owners believe in a hands-on approach and will personally be on-site to oversee your project.
Composite decking by Trex is the top product used by our Birmingham deck builders for Michigan homeowners because of their durability and elegance.
Composite wood decks in Birmingham, MI cost on average $30-$40 per square foot. Initial costs for composite decking may be higher than for traditional wood decking, but you won’t have long-term maintenance costs. In fact, all you generally need to maintain a Trex deck is a broom and water hose. A wood deck averages $15-$20 per square foot and $2 per square foot every 2 years due to cracking and peeling. Wood decks need to be re-stained after exposure to variations in climate. And boards need to be replaced due to rot and insect infestation.
Why do Birmingham deck builders choose composite decking?
Composite decking is made of 95% recycled plastics and wood pulp. It is made to outlast wood products. In fact, the life span of a composite deck is 25-30 years. However, a wood deck will only last 15-20 years with proper maintenance. Trex is so confident of its product that it gives a 25-year warranty.
Composite decking is available in many styles and color options. Allied’s expert deck builders will discuss your ideas and budget with you. And we’ll give you a FREE written quote. We want to help you bring your ideas to life.
Can you construct a Trex deck over an existing wood deck?
Yes, but it’s not a good idea. Trex lasts for 25+ years while the wood deck underneath will rot away or be deteriorated by insects much sooner than that. This can be a dangerous situation. When you hire the professionals at Allied Construction and Restoration, you’ll know our Birmingham deck contractors will make sure your deck is built for your safety and enjoyment.
Is composite decking worth the money?
Yes, adding a deck to your home is worth the cost. With low maintenance and long life, composite decking is seen as a plus to Birmingham homeowners. And a deck adds a custom dimension to a home that can lead to a faster sell. And, a deck is often more appealing to a home buyer than a cement patio.
In fact, according to a NAR study, “The most important result for homeowners was to have better function and livability. Three out of four homeowners (77%) said they have a greater desire to be home since completing the project. Some 51% have an increased sense of enjoyment when they are at home, and 77% feel a major sense of accomplishment when they think of the project. These responses earned decks a “joy score” of 9.7.”
Should you hire a deck builder to build your Birmingham home deck?
In one word, YES! Avoid the costly mistakes of a DIY deck project and hire qualified deck installers for your new Birmingham deck. In just 1-3 weeks you could be enjoying your new outdoor space. Whether you plan to grill burgers or sit back and relax, Allied’s deck contractors will give exceptional service. You’ll see that Allied’s service is above the rest.
Get your free quote today. Call Allied Construction and Restoration at 248-238-8132 or request an appointment online. We look forward to working with you.
Allied Construction and Restoration | 1641 S Milford RD, Highland, MI 48357 | Serving Birmingham, Michigan and the Greater Ann Arbor, Michigan area.