5 Great Reasons To Build a Deck This Spring

5 Great Reasons To Build a Deck This Spring

Just imagine the scene now. Winter is over. Warmth is returning to the air. There’s blossom on the trees and the birds are singing. You no longer need thick socks to walk around the house in the morning. Your thoughts turn to socialising again. Your hibernation is coming to an end. So, as you stand surveying the backyard drawing in deep breathes of sweet early spring air, it’s time to plan for that deck you’ve always wanted. Regardless of the scale of your plans, a wooden deck is a fantastic space for friends and family to enjoy.

  1. A Deck Increases the Value of your Home

A deck adds appeal and value to your home. In fact, experts agree a hardwood deck usually provides a 100% return. A deck is the new ‘must have’ for any home and are therefore a sort after addition.

  1. Build it and they will come!

A deck is a great space for a party, BBQ or family gathering. It provides an informal space in the fresh air. Any spills or messes are easily dealt with and it’s perfect for a BBQ.

  1. Enjoy Indoor/Outdoor Living

A deck creates a lovely feeling of indoor/outdoor living. If it’s built straight off your lounge or kitchen area, it becomes another convenient living space to wonder out to.

  1. Add Style to your Home

With so many different materials and construction styles on offer, here’s a chance to create something special. You can choose between hardwoods, composites, treated pine, different railings, banisters and fixings. If you choose to have a roof then it becomes a cost-effective extension ready for all weathers.

  1. Make your Home Feel Bigger

Who wouldn’t want an additional carefree area that’s in your garden and part of your home? As a place to entertain, fire up the barbie and enjoy a few cold ones, a deck is a winner.

If you’d like to chat about plans and costs for an awesome outdoor space, call Solé Structural Landscapes today to get great advice and a free quote.

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