We also build gorgeous covered structures for many of our customers. Pergolas add the element of partial coverage while still feeling like you’re enjoying the elements! Pergolas also greatly define a space, and you can more easily add lighting, fans, and other outdoor fixtures that bring your outdoor space to another level. Ask us today about our Pergola builder services and how we can customize any pergola to fit your deck.
Nowadays there are a lot of different materials and styles that you can choose for your deck, porch, or patio, but sometimes nothing just quite beats the classics. Springdale Deck Builders has a great selection of 100% real hardwood for you to choose from for your new deck or porch, including redwood, cedar, southern pine, Ipe, and more!
For natural hardwood, redwood and cedar tend to be our most highly sought-after materials. Both types of wood have a beautiful, natural look that complements just about any style home. Of the two, redwood tends to be the stronger and is less prone to having knots or splinters, but is also more prone to moisture damage, so it definitely needs a sealant to keep it looking beautiful. Both redwood and cedar are reasonably resistant to any type of rot, meaning they’ll both be fantastic long-term investments.
Ipe (pronounced ee-pay) is a fantastic choice for natural hardwood. It is one of the best woods in terms of bug and rot resistance, and is also one of the hardest woods on the market. It can even be as difficult to burn as concrete! Because of its density, it can be more challenging to work with, but it is a very long-lasting type of wood that looks particularly great with stone and slate accents.
While somewhat less popular than the above three options, we also offer mahogany, southern pine, and tigerwood. All three are excellent for pest and rot resistance, and have excellent variation for a beautifully unique deck.
One of the best benefits of installing a wood deck is that it is going to add to the resale value of your home. Decks are beautiful extensions of your house, and an all-natural hardwood deck will be coveted by both neighbors and potential buyers alike. Natural hardwood is also very easy to stain or paint, so you can customize the look of your deck to match your home perfectly.
Secondly, natural hardwood is costs less to install than composite decking. There is the eventual cost of maintenance to consider, but upkeep is something that can be spaced out over the course of several years, barring any serious accidents or damage.
Thirdly, hardwood decks can last for a decade or even longer with proper care. You’ll have a visually stunning and structurally sound deck that will be the envy of the neighborhood for years and years to come!
To schedule an appointment for a consultation or to get a free quote on our services, give us a call now at 479-323-1415! We’re open seven days a week, 7a.m. to 7p.m.