Decks, Balconies and Sundecks we Transform them all.
Arbutus Sundecks main focus id residential decks, we take your deck dreams and bring them to reality. From the initial deck design to the construction phase and the most important small details we pay close attention to it all. Deck coverings are a very important design aspect of a deck, we discuss the pro’s and con’s of each option to our clients and tailor the final deck covering to meet the specific needs of our customers. The function of the sundeck is also a very important part we bring in to the design process, from the placement of the stairs to the area were you would put the barbecue.
Vinyl Deck Coverings
Vinyl decking is an excellent deck covering product that offers a attractive, basically maintenance free waterproofing surface. We offer a wide variety of colours to complement your house style. Arbutus Sundecks is a certified dealer for three different vinyl deck coverings, they are Tuf Dek Dec-Tec and Econo Dek. The manufacturer’s warranties range from ten to fifteen years.
Cedar Deck Coverings
Cedar Decks are a traditional favourite Vancouver decking material, we offer a very wide variety of styles and options when it comes to cedar decking. There are different grades of cedar decking from clear cedar to tight knot cedar, we also offer factory applied stains that are applied in a controlled environment that last for many years. We can do six inch planking or 4 inch planking, we typically like to do a wide border around the outside edge of the deck to center the area and bring focus to the beautiful characteristic’s of B.C.’s natural resource cedar decking.
Pressure Treated Deck Coverings
Pressure treated decking is a great choice for the person that loves the look and feel of wood decking but doesn’t want to have to worry about the maintenance of staining the decking every three to five years. With pressure treated decks the wood is treated with a chemical that is high in copper which makes it very resistant to insects and fungi that may cause decay. It comes from the lumber yard typically very wet and with a light green colour to it, this colour fades out after a season or two and will eventually grey out like a natural cedar product which can then be stained a variety of colours.