Due to its moderate climate, Delaware is an excellent place to spend evenings sitting on the deck, patio, or porch throughout most of the year.
If you are looking to finally get that dream deck, or your old deck is looking shabby, use this page to answer your questions and get the process started.
Delaware Deck Builders
We at Bromwell Construction Company use pressure treated lumber to frame the decks and then install composite, vinyl, or PVC materials for handrails and deck boards.
We also use the following materials:
- Azek Decking
- Trex Decking
- Timbertech Decking
- Fairway railing systems
What is the average cost to replace a deck in Delaware?
The cost to replace a deck must factor in the cost to tear down the old one and will depend on what kind of deck you want. For example, herringbone decking costs $4 per sq. ft. — angled decking tends to be $3.50 per sq. ft.
Download our Delaware Decking Cost Guide to find out what your deck will cost.
How often should you replace your deck in Delaware?
In short, you should replace your deck as soon as your deck is showing signs of age. But it also depends on the materials used. The average wood deck could last 15 years, but an AZEK deck could last up to 20 years.
What is the best material to use for a deck?
The best material is whichever one suits your style and budget. But if you ask us, AZEK and trex are excellent choices due to their durability and long lifespans.
How long does it take to build a deck in Delaware?
For professional deck builders in Delaware a 12×24-foot deck take a week or less to build, from start to finish. But this process can take a bit longer for DIYers.
To get the bigger picture, read our article about how long it takes to build a deck in Delaware.