You may have recently considered building a deck as an addition to your home. Perhaps you are interested in deck replacement, or are wondering about the cost to build a deck and which decking materials you should use. Of course, owning a home is a wonderful experience, but sometimes the house and yard maintenance that accompanies homeownership isn’t so great. You want to relax and enjoy your home, not spend all your time working on it. That’s why one of the greatest benefits of an UglyDeck.com maintenance free deck is that it grants you the time to fully enjoy it without worrying about weathering, water damage, fading paint, stains, mold, or many of the other damaging effects suffered over time by decks made from other outdoor deck materials.
A maintenance free deck is the perfect complement to any home, as it provides you with a long life of comfort and relaxation. It also increases the value of your home, eliminates the maintenance and care worries that the rest of your home continually demands, and the cost to build a deck will have paid for itself within a couple of years. But those aren’t the only benefits of a maintenance free deck! Did you know that UglyDeck.com’s outdoor decking materials are also good for the environment? It’s true, and here’s why: Using maintenance free outdoor decking materials as an alternative to wood helps to reduce the impact on deforestation, and the products used for decks, deck railings, outdoor spiral staircases, and more can also be easily recycled. Additionally, as many of the decking materials are already produced from recycled material, they also help to reduce waste that would end up in landfills.
To see the quality and style of the maintenance free deck designs up close, as well as deck railings and outdoor spiral staircases, visit our UglyDeck.com Burnsville showroom. You may also visit our site to take advantage of “Duck Bucks,” which will help you save $500 towards a new deck purchase! Contact us for a free estimate today! Our Decking Builders primarily service the MN cities of: Apple Valley, Bloomington, Burnsville, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Edina, Lakeville, Minnetonka, Prior Lake, Savage and Woodbury.