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One of the crossbeams under my deck has developed a bad crack and the deck has begun to sag about an inch where that crossbeam should be supporting it.
The other crossbeam are fine.
The edge beam where the bad crossbeam joins has also a bad crack in it.
The deck is about 25 years old.
The house is in Fort Langley.
I can send you photos of the problem, plus I can give you the address to inspect it.
Currently we have a leaking deck (above our library) and need a new layer or plywood, resurfacing, and railings re-installed. Deck surface is approximately 20' x 19'. Flashing will be required around the edges, and proper anchoring for the railing. One support post will need to be realigned. Interested contractors are welcome to contact me, Philip, to arrange a viewing. Contractors must be fully insured and licensed.
I have 2 decks at the rear of my home that require repair and refinishing.
Several deck, railing, post and facia boards need replacing and then both decks need to be refinished with stain. it is a cedar deck with glass panels. the larger deck is approximately 40' by 15' and the smaller deck is approximately 25' by 4'.
The larger deck is 2 levels with a hottub in the middle of the lower level. The deck was built approximately 20 years ago.
We have an old country home. We need to renovate the exterior of our home. We were thinking of a wraparound covered deck but are afraid it might make the main floor of our house too dark.
We don't have to have all areas of the deck covered. We need someone with ideas on what would work best for our house. We need some ideas drawn up for us on what can be done with our house and we'll decide and then the contractor can get started.
Thanks in advance,
Labor and materials to construct 250 sq ft L shape deck (see photo for exact size preferred). Preferred materials Cedar or Composite if it fits my Budget of $4,500. I am the property owner. Attached also is my preferred style of deck. Should include permit, plan and drawing cost.
Our house is 35 years old.
1. We are looking to build a new deck in the back of our house. The size is 12 ft deep by 24 ft wide. We would like 6 X 6 posts. 2 X 12 studs. Vinyl deck. Aluminum white railing.
2. We want to have a wall removed between our kitchen and living room. It is 13 ft long. We have had all electrical removed already. We have had an engineering company give us the "okay" for removal as it is a non-load bearing wall. Finishing to the point of ready to paint.
3. We have a wall in our basement that we want removed. It is 13 ft 6 " long. It was built in front of the outside wall to cover a window for a basement suite. Wall was not built for load bearing it was built so they could put a stove there.
We are open to suggestions or changes in materials. Please give us an general online quote and we will decide if we want you to come to our house. We understand you need to see it to be more accurate.
The house is 24 years old; existing deck is very old and rotten in parts. I am including picture of the existing deck.
The old deck will need to be demolished. We would like the new deck be arounf 12'x10', not too big but big enough to fit a patio set and a bbq.
We are moving into this house at the end of July and would like to start the project as soon as possible after we move (end od July-beginning of August)
New backyard deck to replace existing 25 years old deck which has some rot.
New deck should be the same size and simple style as the existing deck, using similar materials.
Sizes listed on the diagram are close but may be out by inches.
Contractor will be responsible to ensure the deck meetings current local building code bylaws.
Contractor will be responsible for any building licenses required.
Please breakdown a quote for each of the following:
supply & install 60 mil vinyl 485 sq ft
supply & install drip flashing 40 ft
remove & install plywood 430 sq ft
Disposal of old material
remove old railings & plywood walls & install 3 plywood walls & 2 smoked glass/aluminum railings
Preferred start date asap.
Budget preferred: 5000-6500
This is a one level deck over top of a double garage.
Age of house: 40
Looking to build some stairs from the front door of a newly built home to the sidewalk. Builder built a wrap around deck, but the only access point is on the side entrance. It's probably because the property line is too close. In order to fall within code, I think the deck right in front of the first landing will need to be taken out. There is 55"x32" of space to get 5 steps in.
On top of this, we'd like some opinions and quotes for a backyard stair/deck. This should be a more standard job than the above.
Your experienced opinion would be appreciated.
A deck wrapping around a 15 x 30 above ground oval swimming pool. The dimensions are approximately 6' wide stairway, north side of pool, approximately 5' wide, east side..10' wide, south side..10' wide., west side..8' wide. Fencing required and two step raised deck at the corner of the south & west side.
We need to replace our deck & would like to increase it in size. It is currently about 4ft in length/width with stairs that go straight down to a concrete slab.
We'd like to extend the deck to about 9ft long, 4ft wide & change the stairs to an "L" shape. This new design would probably require concrete footings & we'll need a permit from the city of Langley.
It would be great if someone could get back to me with a quote. I would prefer 3 quotes at a minimum by companies who are accredited with the BBB & who have at least 3 references for similar projects.
Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from someone soon.
We had our deck renovated and support posts replaced last summer. To match the finish of the posts at the front of our home, we would like to wrap the deck support posts and beams in the back of our home with cedar. I have already purchased most of the cedar required but require a handyman that does quality exterior finishing work. This is a relatively small job with approximately 14 to 16 posts and 4 to 5 support beam that need to be clad in cedar. Most of the post are 8ft in height, with 4 being 10ft. The support beams range from 25 to 70 ft in length.
Each post would be wrapped with cedar on all 4 sides, 90 degree corner trim would cover the seams on each post, cedar caps and boots would also be installed. The beams would be wrapped on either 2 or 3 faces depending on their location, and a trim piece would be installed at the top where the cedar butts up against the joists. There are a couple posts where some concrete footings might have to be chipped away to accommodate the cedar boots, or the cedar boots might be able to be cut in such a way to fit over the footings. All the cedar will already be pre-stained and ready for cutting. We need someone to cut to length and install it with professional workmanship.
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