When selecting a provider for your deck restoration, patio installation, or other outdoor home improvements, quality is key—both for the installation crews and the products themselves. But unfortunately, even the finest and most reputable products can fail, and if they do, you need to know that you’ll be protected.

At Deck Wizard, we offer comprehensive warranty coverage on both labor and materials to provide the lasting peace of mind you deserve. The wood we use to build our decks is backed by a lifetime warranty for above-ground use, and our other products come with similarly protective warranty terms. In the unlikely event that your deck, patio, or enclosure fails to perform as stated, we’ll stand behind our installation and do whatever we can to make it right.

To learn more about our specific warranty terms, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the friendly professionals at Deck Wizard. Call us today to discuss your upcoming renovation plan, or begin with a free in-home estimate by filling out our easy online form now!

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Our Process

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.

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.