Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Deck projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 189 Deck projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Deck Builders. Total estimated value of these projects is $2,046,500.00 with a per project average of $10,828.00.
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In May 2008 a contractor promised to complete this project for me, he started it but didnt return to finish it. I am in dire need of a carpenter or contractor, who knows something about decks and stairs to finish this job. The existing stairs and landing would have to be removed, the stairs themselves were made and are laying here for the past 3 months, The reeling would need to be ordered.
I am looking at getting a fence built. approx 200ft, with a gate on the front or a gate at the back.
pressure treated wood is fine.
I also want a deck approx 30feet by 27 feet. It needs to hold a hottub on top of it and also needs to be low enough so that I don't require a railing. I would like a quote for pressure treated as well as cedar.
Need a new back step it currently is wooden and it is rotting
Would either just rebuild with wood or pour concrete
Lattice around deck needs replacing and overall deck in Need of repair / possibly put up Maintenance free railing
Cover deck with new material
Deck is wood but not rotting
So overall Need some advise and quotes
The stairs of a 3' high deck are not up to code, the stairs are not of equal rise,meaning they are not the same height.
I would like to have the stairs fixed so that they are compliant with the City of Edmonton deck building code. These are the stairs measurements:
Stairs width = 6'
Stair run = 10-1/4"
Stair raise varies.
I would appreciate if you could provide me with a quote and information about your availability.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you need more information.
Hi I need a fence built in the back yard, including the teardown of the old fence. Old fence is not elaborate and is easy to tear down. The total linear feet of fence to be built is 125 feet. The deck will be approximately 20 by 20 and 10 inches high built partially of cement pad and partially over grass. I can send pictures if you like.
Hello, I own a home in Southwest Edmonton and am looking to redo our deck. Currently we have a two-tiered deck (first section 12x10, second section 14x10). We are looking to replace it with a single tier deck 20 wide (width of the house) x 12 long. The format depends on cost and feasibility - there are vents on the side of the house that may not let us build a single tiered deck the entire length (see photos).
We envision a simple design - essentially a large single tiered rectangle with one set of railed stairs leading down to the backyard. Ideally we would like a low-maintenance product, and it must have sturdy railings all around. Please see the attached 'new deck design' pdf to see what we have in mind.
Budget and timing are negotiable but it would be outstanding if the project were able to be completed by May 27 (apologies for short notice).
I have posted this as email only but please don't be dissuaded by that - I have no phone reception at work but am able to check email frequently and will be able to respond/call back promptly.
Our front concrete stairs are crumbling and need to be removed ASAP and re-built with wood or composite material. Also, a possible decking or patio stone area below the stairs is desired.
In back- our concrete patio needs to be removed so that proper grading and a low-level deck can be built.
The house is approximately 58 years old, a bungalow in east Edmonton.
We have a design already, but need the actual work to be done.
The priority at the moment is the front stairs as they are actually getting dangerous to walk on.
The deck would be 12x12, would like a quote for trex composite and pressure treated wood, to have an idea what the price difference is. I would like overhead beams as well, just like in the picture. I would also require stairs but not sure about handrails. Please quote me with and without handrails.
Please see the picture of an example of how i'd like the deck.
So I'm posting the drawings for these decks I need built they are both 24" off the ground all the material for framing and decking the decks is in my garage the decking will be composite rhino decking one deck needs 2 posts and the other 4 posts the holes are already dug. I just need you to set the posts in concrete. I also want a double picture frame for my decking pattern the stairs will also be rhino decking but the stringers are pre built. I'll provide drawings and pictures
I am the property owner, I am looking at building a deck with pressure treated wood, the house already has a runner along the back to nail into. I am looking at the width of my home which is 30' and going approx 13' out from the house. Will be a rectangle deck with nothing fancy. a set of stairs, deck is approx 2.5 feet off the ground. One of the corners will need to be cut out for a hot tub.
Remove old deck and rebuild one side.
Rebuild 14' out and 20' across.
Use old pilings, two more may have to be drilled.
Install two steps.
Close off to ground - lattice.
Railing to be done at a later date.
Pressure treated wood.
As an addition, would like a small old shed base removed from my yard to be discarded with old deck material.
We just want a basic deck, nothing too fancy, since we may be selling within a couple of years.
I have an existing deck that I need replaced. We're not looking for anything fancy on the deck (it's about 16' x 10') rectangle. I'd like for the deck to be extended slightly in one corner to wrap around a bay window but not if it costs significantly more. We'd have some railings and stairs.
Also, the fence I share with my neighbour may need replacing (it's about 56 feet long) and we're thinking of using cedar, but would potentially salvage the posts as they were originally built with cedar.
The house is a 13 year bilevel. A current deck exists that is high - apprx. 6 feet and we would like to build a second lower deck (no space required between it and the ground) with stairs leading down to it - not large but unsure of exact measurements. Based on the new lower deck make slight changes to the existing deck to match look, design, etc.
Also, along the fence at the back create a raised garden - backyard has a utility (not sure what it is called) - where the sump pump drains into. There then is a (2 feet at the most) area to the fence. I would like this area raised and designed into box garden.
I want to build my deck in the back yard this summer.
My deck size about 20*24 feet, composite, glass railing or aluminum railing. If with a small eaves would be better.
I also want to build a patio and install the step stones in the back yard.
My square shape patio about 11*11 feet and plus a round shape patio size about 50 square feet.
My final grading was finished last week.
After I receive the final grade certificate, I want to begin the deck and patio construction right away.
Please contact me for your quote and building detail.
We are looking to get an 18' x 14' (18' along house, 14' out) deck done about 3 feet off the ground. Regal railings with either a cedar or low - mid grade composite deck. Debating between a standard or herringbone pattern. Stairs on the left corner (45) with a gate at the top. We are hoping to get a quote.
Looking for quotes to get a deck built in Edmonton.
Materials have already been purchased, except concrete for piles.
Need 6 piles drilled and poured (by hand, equipment cannot get into yard).
Existing deck is 12' x 7x, will need to removed and replaced.
2 steps down to the new deck, which is ~10'5' by ~19'5. One step from new deck to grade.
There is a window well in the area of the new deck. Very simple build, very few cuts required on materials. All materials will be at site (again, except for the concrete).
Decking is Fiberon grooved decking, with fiberon Phantom clips/screws.
Construction of a 12'X28' residential deck in North Edmonton (Newcastle). Materials are already purchased. Pressure treated joist and beam construction followed by Timbertech Composite, hidden fastener top. Deck is less than 2' so no railing. Looking for approximate prices, either whole or per sq.ft. before contacting for onsite quotes. Please see drawing attached.
We currently have an 8'x12' attached deck coming off the back of our house. It is only 2 years old but we find it too small. The deck is also painted pressure treated wood and I can see it's peeling a bit as well. I am looking to have another 8'x12' added to it and have the deck boards replaced with composite decking. There are currently 2 footings supporting the existing structure.
I need a deck that will be covered by a sunroom (14' x 14.6') and along side of that I need a deck that will be open or have just a roof (19.6' x 12'). This portion of the deck I would like the flooring done with vinyl and the sunroom portion can be done in good plywood as it will be cover by something else after. I will require the drawings to submit to the town office as well as I have been advised a min of 4 screw piles or what ever the support beams are. Home is located in Beaumont.
30 feet across back of house x 14 feet out
2 feet off ground so no hand rails
Privacy lattice on left side
Steps down to ground along entire span (except on side with privacy lattice), with a beveled corner with stairs carrying through on right side
Composite decking, probably trex or Azek but would like to hear comments/experience
Tan color decking at an angle
Darker shaded end boards
White boards on the vertical stairs
New house, rough grading done but not passed
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