1. What deck material does Texas Deck Kings recommend the most often?
We usually recommend composite. While it is a little more expensive than wood, it requires very little maintenance and doesn’t need much more than a wash-down once a year.
2. How much will a new deck cost me?
Depending on what materials you select, the cost of a new deck can run anywhere from about $15 to $30 per square foot. If you’d like to get a quote on your specific outdoor living space, contact us to schedule a consultation and we’d be happy to come by!
3. How long has Texas Deck Kings been in business?
We have 20 years of experience designing and building decks, pergolas and patio covers for Austin residents. Click here to learn more about us.
4. What types of shade structures do you build?
We offer 5 options for shade to add to your outdoor living space:
•Pergolas •Shingled roofs •Snap-Lock roofs •Polygal roofs •Metal roofs
When you are ready to get your project started, we can work with you to determine which of these options would be best for your needs, location, and budget.
5. What certifications do you have?
We are certified installers of Trex, Timbertech, and Fiberon - all manufactures of composite decking. We are also certified to install Polygal polycarbonate panels, which allow light to pass through but filter harmful UV rays.
6. How long is the typical lead-time before a new job starts?
Approximately 2 to 3 weeks.
7. Do Texas Deck King crews speak English?
8. What is the warranty on workmanship for projects you build?
2 years. While we pride ourselves in providing the best quality decks available in Austin, we understand there is always the possibility of something happening to your outdoor living space that needs repairs. If anything goes wrong with the workmanship during this 2 year period, we’ll fix it for free.
9. Why is composite decking material more expensive than wood?
Composite decking costs more to manufacture. The good news is that over the long haul the maintenance, repair and/or replacement costs that accompany wood outweigh the initial investment. Not to mention all the time you will save because composite is much easier to maintain than wood. Trust us. It’s worth the cost.