If you love to spend time on your deck in the summer, it’s important to maintain its good condition. Not only does it affect the overall appearance of your home’s exterior, but it can also be dangerous if you leave loose boards or exposed nails unattended. Don’t risk injury—find a team of professionals to complete a Washington, D.C. deck repair.
At Deck Wizard, we have been serving the area for over 70 years. With over seven decades of experience and an industry-leading BBB accreditation, you can rest assured that we provide quality products and outstanding customer service, and that we can be trusted with the repair of your beloved deck.
Any time our Washington, D.C. deck repair company completes a deck restoration, we go through a series of steps to achieve the best results. From replacing rotted wood and tightening the build to sanding and staining the surface, we pay careful attention to details while we repair your deck. In fact, you can trust our professionals to handle all of the following issues and more when we make repairs:
Are you ready to start repairing your deck? If so, contact Deck Wizard today to find out more about our process for repairing Washington, D.C. decks. Call us today to ask our representatives any questions you might have, or request your free, no-obligation estimate by filling out our online form.
Contact us today to receive a free, no-obligation estimate for your outdoor living space renovation!
We’ll give your Deck a “Face Lift” through a revolutionary and time-tested process depending on condition.
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.
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.
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.