deck contractor qualifications
Composite decks are smart, efficient, stylish, and affordable. OnDeck works with the finest composite manufacturers Timbertech and Deckorators to deliver quality installations. The cost of composites is a bit more than wood however they come with an extended manufactures warranty and require a limited amount of maintenance. Unlike wood decks, composites will not split or crack and are made of hardened recycled materials that are both durable and effective.
BEAUTIFUL & DURABLE
Sustainable Composite Decking that Lasts Longer than Wood
Some Benefits of Composite Decking
Lasts Longer than Wood
Timbertech decking has a superior resistance to mold and moisture making it the more durable option.
Natural Wood Aesthetics
We don't compromise on beauty. Our product offer unrivaled natural wood aesthetics
With Timbertech, you won't need to worry about restaining or sanding every few years.
Up to 80% Recycled Materials
We care about mother nature, so our proud product is made from up to 80% recycled materials.
OnDeck is proud to be Platinum Timbertech PRO deck builder in Illinois
When choosing OnDeck deck builder you benefit from a long-standing reputation in the industry. We stand for Service, Respect, Quality, and Value principles. Unlike franchise companies, we are a small family-owned business that builds for our community and for our families. Because we've built so many decks in the area, we have Platinum status with our material suppliers. We build better and faster. We represent ourselves as a company that can handle "complex projects" as opposed to any other company in the area. See all of the above and many more reasons in our "Why OnDeck?" section.
If you are considering upgrading to a composite deck you may be asking what the return will be on your investment. It’s often not an easy question to answer because people often value different things, but we can make quite a few examples for you to go by. First, the obvious, you will not have to stain or seal the deck during its lifespan. A high-quality composite should last for 20 to 30 years if it is properly installed. It’s a simple cost to calculate when you consider the cost of staining and sealing your existing deck. Other factors you should consider are that the boards will never split or crack, so the deck will look the same during its lifespan, with the exception of wear from use. Also, the railing will not splinter or warp. If you install hidden fasteners, which we recommend, there will be no unsightly screws or popped nails and it's going to look cleaner all around and stay that way for years to come.
If you are considering an upgrade to a composite, think about the time you spend doing maintenance or scheduling maintenance, and the peace of mind you get out of a high-quality product. Be sure the product you select is warrantied against this type of wear and always be sure your contractor is qualified to install composite products or the warranties will be voided. Saying that they are qualified not enough. Check references, check for insurance, and always, always get it in writing.