Binghamton Valley Decks & Patios


Your Binghamton Wood Decks Specialist


There’s something about a good wood deck that really stands out. Aside from adding to a home’s value in many cases, a good deck can take many forms. Whether you want to create a unique deck experience around a pool or create the type of backyard barbecue setup that is the envy of the neighborhood, there are backyard wood decks designs that can do just that. We’ve all seen that wood deck that made an impression and has stuck with us ever since. We’re the professionals you call when you want yours to hit that next level.

Whatever type of design you have in mind, you can count on us to be your Binghamton custom wood deck specialists who can get the job done to get you a deck that specifically fits your needs and dreams.

Pros of Wood Decking

Who doesn’t love the beautiful aesthetic that a good wood deck brings to the table? Decks can be built out of wood and stained, treated, and/or painted. This means if you want the wood to show you can do that if you want it painted a solid color to match the house, you can do that, as well. Even if it is not painted, the wood can be very light featuring that bright light coloring that many people love or you can stain it for a darker more beautifully aged look.

We can provide either of them for you and more!

What About Cedar?

Cedarwood decking is a very popular option. The deep red is beautiful, natural cedar looks stunning and the swirls provide a unique look with each and every deck as patterns vary. Good cedar decking tends to be naturally water-resistant which also helps it to be rot-resistant, as well. This means when the cedar lies flat and straight and it stays that way, as well.

This is a popular option, but it will require yearly cleaning and you’ll want to reseal it every year or two. The cost is more than most other wood types (more than pressure-treated wood, as well) but generally is going to be a little cheaper than composite options. Cedar decks do need to be replaced about every 15-20 years.

Pressure Treatment Wood Options

If you want a wood deck that lasts longer and requires less maintenance but still looks good, pressure-treated wood is a great way to go. This can be a viable option and you can count on our professionals to only use high quality treated wood. No shrinking, no twisting, no warping – we only use the best wood right off the bat.

These do cost more but you get fewer knots, a better grain, and these will look a lot better both with and without stain. These decks might not have quite the beauty of a new cedar deck, but they look great 10 or 20 years or later, which is not true of cedar decks.

What Are You Waiting For?

Whatever your deck needs, we are here to help! Our experts have years of experience, and we take pride in creating amazing decks that our clients will love. Call us today and let’s get started on your dream deck!

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