Locally owned & operated, Archadeck of Northeast Dallas-Southlake is the premier company for custom, one-of-a-kind decks in the Dallas and Southlake areas. We bring you the commitment to quality and personal customer care of a local business, with the expertise and knowledge of an international design & build firm.
Building a deck is not as simple as it used to be. With advances in engineering and design, and improvements in synthetic decking, there is now a wide variety of material options to choose from. Choosing your decking material and color is the first decision, but there are many more. You must choose the size and shape of the deck, location of the stairs and the railing type and color. To help you through these complicated choices we will use your property & lifestyle as a way to help guide you through our many years of experience. The personal service you get with Archadeck of Northeast Dallas-Southlake, a custom outdoor living space design & build firm, is top notch from the first call until well after post construction clean up.
Low-maintenance decking such as AZEK, Trex and Timbertech, will never have to be stained or sealed, but it will need occasional cleaning. Solid PVC and composite decking won’t split, crack or warp. Aside from being easy to care for and maintain, design versatility is a huge advantage of synthetic decking. For instance, synthetic decking can be bent and molded for stunning curved picture framing, winding inlays, intricate patterns and creating designs throughout your deck. Low-maintenance decking suppliers provide extensive warranties and stand behind the quality of their product, giving you peace of mind.
Wooden decks remain the traditional choice for deck building. Wood is still a beautiful and sturdy choice. We offer select-grade pressure treated Pine for wooden deck projects. We also offer Ipe and Cedar along with other upscale hardwoods for our deck designs.
Wood decks do require regular maintenance with stain or sealant. Depending on your property, if your deck is exposed to full sun most of the day or is under the cover of a heavily wooded lot, you may need more or less maintenance.
Your new deck design doesn’t end with choosing the type of decking you’d like either. Customizing your deck means big design decisions in staircase position and style, railing color & type, skirting and custom design additions. Add traditional lattice skirting to your elevated deck to hide the underside. Choose a wide fanning staircase that opens to your large backyard or create two smaller staircases on each side for easy access to multiple areas on your property. For a unique custom design, we can add picture framing, parting boards & custom inlays.