• Deck Safety

    Structural problems with your deck may be obvious like leaning, swaying, or missing boards. However, problems can often hide in plain sight and you won’t realize there’s an issue until it’s too late. A great example is a client of ours in West Denver who thought everything was fine with their old deck until the day they stepped out on it and their foot went right through the decking material. Fortunately, she was OK, but there have been other, far more devastating, and dangerous deck failures.

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  • Winter Deck Maintenance in Colorado

    fall in Denver

    It’s almost fall! It’s almost time to pull out the fleece and go see the changing of the aspens to that majestic gold. So, as the seasons begin to change here in Colorado, we thought it might be a good time to review some winter deck maintenance steps you can take to help ensure your deck stands up to the sporadic Front Range seasons. Even if your deck is a composite material, these steps will help to ensure you maximize the lifespan and appearance of your deck.

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  • Job Site COVID-19 Safety

    Your Job Site and COVID-19 Safety

    With the spread of COVID-19, it’s important to understand steps your contractor is taking to help protect you and your family. At The Deck Company, we have families just like you so we’ve taken steps to help ensure the safety of your job site. For that reason, we wanted to update existing and potential clients on our job site COVID-19 safety. The Deck Company has always taken health and safety seriously. If a team member feels bad, they’re encouraged to stay home. Additionally, wearing ear, face, and other personal protective equipment as needed has always been a requirement, as well as reporting unsafe behavior or concerns.

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