DeckWiz.com officially has a new look!  Our new site is designed to help you discover which deck restoration services suit your needs best. For all of the greater Mid-Atlantic area we provide everything from deck restoration to patios and pavers. Curious about what we can do for you? Fill out o...

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You may want to restore your deck to make it look nice. Adding deck space provides more opportunities to relax and provide entertainment, and it can increase the value of your property. If deck refurbishing is in your near future, here are some of the trends expected this year. Location Roof decks...

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Winter is the time of year when a lot of us prefer to spend as much time as possible indoors, away from the bitter cold. For deck owners, the arrival of winter means that this area of the home tends to get neglected—who wants to sit out there in this kind of weather? That’s the wrong way to look at...

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There's no better way to soak in nature than by spending time on an outdoor deck, but deck installation and repair services can be extremely expensive. Here are 5 secrets for getting your dream deck without the high price tag: 1. Use composite materials. One of the easiest ways to save money on...

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According to a National Association of Home Builders study, wood decks can last up to 20 years. A dry, south-facing deck might last 10 to 15 years. Tens of millions of U.S. homeowners have decks over 20 years old and face the various reasons deck refurbishing is important. These include: Safety An...

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Will Snow Ruin My Deck?

Winter has arrived, and with the new season we can expect to see another potential threat to the well-being of your deck: snow. That fluffy white stuff tends to get on everything outdoors, including your deck. As the snow levels rise on your precious deck, it’s only reasonable to wonder if it might...

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A loose board on the outdoor deck isn’t an issue that you should ignore. Not only does it look unappealing, it creates an uneven, unsteady walking surface that could lead to a nasty accident. In many cases, the issue is caused by the alternating expansion and contraction of wood boards as the we...

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One of the more compelling reasons to have a sunroom, deck, or similar attachment on your property is that it gives you an ideal area for holiday festivities. Sunrooms are especially convenient sites for these get-togethers, as their design essentially allows you to get away from the usual domes...

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It’s safe to say that most people treasure their decks—but it’s also true that far too many fail to give this part of the home the loving attention it needs. There are a number of reasons why homeowners often fall short in their deck upkeep responsibilities, one of the most common being an under...

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During the fall season, everyone’s thoughts naturally turn to the same subject: What to do about all those leaves on the outdoor deck? They seem to come out of nowhere to take up residence all over the decking, the rails, the furniture, and every other part of the platform. It would seem to be a pro...

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Our Process

We’ll give your Deck a “Face Lift” through a revolutionary and time-tested process depending on condition.

Refinishing

Our standard process includes replacing rotted wood, tightening or reinforcing connections, sanding all horizontal surfaces, removing protruding nails and replacing with 3-inch screws, addressing large surface cracks with exothermic polymer filler, sanding a second time, and applying three (3) coats of our patented coating including primer in one of twelve amazing colors.

Board Replacement

Sometimes, the condition of your deck boards are so bad that re-finishing will not offer the best results. In such cases, we recommend replacing all deck boards with new lumber. However, not just any wood. We buy our deck boards direct from the mill. They are handpicked by our buyers and specially conditioned so they resist the shrinking, warping and buckling common with regular pressure-treated lumber.

Composite Decking

There’s a third option for revitalizing your deck. We’ll take off and dispose of your old wood and replace it with composite materials that are virtually impervious to moisture and virtually maintenance free. Choose from a number of different suppliers including Trex, Timber Tech and Azek in a wide variety of wood grains and finishes.