Building a deck is one of the many ways you can expand your home’s living space. Once finished, it should be able to stand the test of time and provide a space for all your activities, including summer cookouts or other important gatherings.
As you plan this important home improvement project, you must consider setting a budget for it. The final cost is dependent on several factors, which we highlight below.
1. Layout and Size
The size and style of your deck will influence how much you’re going to spend for your deck installation project. The bigger the deck, the higher the price will be. The same can be said if its design is more elaborate than your standard deck construction. This may involve building multiple levels of decking or adding stairs running up your deck.
Materials can range in price. The type of material that you will use for your decking and railing will be another big factor on your budget. You can opt for high quality and high price materials or go for decent quality materials that fits in your budget perfectly.
Special features can also increase the price of your deck. There are a lot of great features for your deck that can make staying there more comfortable. You can opt for integrated lighting, a kitchen area, pergola or a hot tub. All of these features should immediately be added to your budget.
The height of your deck will also add to your project costs. There are also certain building regulations that must be followed when it comes to installing railings. Make sure to check your local building codes to see if you need to install railings or not.
Pressure Point Roofing, Inc. is recognized for providing top-notch residential roofing services. However, we can also be relied upon when it comes to deck construction. We have a team of talented craftsmen who will listen to what you’re hoping to get out of your new deck. Count on us to design and install your dream structure.
Call us now at (541) 772-1945, or fill out our contact form to schedule an appointment. Our Oregon service areas include Ashland, Gold Hill, Brookings and Central Point.