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We're looking to have the majority of our deck replaced and are looking for a carpenter who is available to do the work. We own a duplex and did the deck on the other side of the duplex last fall. We would like the same look on this side. We already have vinyl and railing busineses that we'll be using again but are looking or someone to do the wood/carpentry work. This is our main entrance and is on the second floor so it would have to be done over about a 1-2 week period.
We would like someone with a valid business and insurance who can give us references. We'll be home Sunday before 3:00pm and Monday all day. Please call us or email to set up a time to come by, we look forward to hearing from you!
Loukia & Roy
Hi - we have a back deck approximately 520 sq ft that needs to be renovated or rebuilt. The project entails:
- Remove water damaged materials including shed underneath deck and/or tear down existing deck
- Pour new concrete pad
- Replace one sliding door to master bedroom
- Rebuild new deck
- New vinyl waterproof surface and rails
The deck is on an easily accessible backyard, and is about 10’ above ground level. We would start the project next spring, or if contractor is available could start as early as September 15.
1950's stucco home. Deck added off the back of the house on main level. House has a basement/ walk out. We would like to knock down the deck and start fresh. the deck was poorly constructed and is rotting. We have a very large yard and want our deck to be much bigger, but still attached to our main level of house. We are not decided on if we want part of it enclosed. Ideally, it would be a tiered deck that spreads out on to our lawn. the top tier could be enclosed, possibly isulated sun room. Deck existing is 12X18 roughly, and we would want it doubled atleast. welcome to any suggestions....
The existing deck was built in two stages. One was built 20 years ago the second maybe 10 years ago. One section of the deck has already been removed as it was completely rotten. The other section is sagging and pulling away from the house. The sub structure is a mixture of gravel and dirt. The deck is approximately 12 - 14 inches above the ground.
The cement pony wall holding up my aluminum patio enclosure seems to have shifted, the glass has pressure cracks, and the cement wall and patio windows are coming away from building. The weather, birds and rodents are able to enter. May also have something to do with balcony above shifting???? I require help determining the cause of the damage, and estimates to repair.
Replace water damaged section of plywood under sundeck, repair cause of leak, replace the support under sliding glass door, repair or replace vinyl deck covering if needed, install flashing, and install new panelling under windows in sun room. Photos attached.
I do want two people working on the deck/sun room project, but the other jobs are fine solo…
- Insulate lower stairwell wall and cover with panelling.
- Paint upper part of entrance hallway and stairwell (have paint).
- Figure out why the front entrance oozes cold air, and fix if possible.
Remove and dispose of wooden top boards of a top-nailed 218 sq. ft. deck. Glass and aluminum railing will have to be removed and replaced. Looking to have grooved composite deck installed in a "picture frame" pattern with hidden fasteners. Would like to schedule work to be done in the August-September 2017 time frame..
I have an old original deck at my rental property in Victoria BC. It needs to be replaced and I don't want to change anything about it - it just needs to be rebuilt so that it's safe and not rotting. It's a rental house so I'd prefer not to use the expensive sheet vinyl deck covering, but rather the tape and coating (duradek maybe?) over plywood.
2"x10" construction, 3 cement footings
24" ponywall of 2x6", drywall in, hardiplank out.
cedar beam wall and roof 4"x6"
cedar 4x4 posts, 2x8 shelves,
A frame matching height of house
solar reflective bronze glazw on roof
walls clear lowE Argon thermalpane
open up wall from house to solarium
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