Building a Raised vs. Grade-Level Deck

When considering the addition of a deck to your home, many homeowners are unaware that there are two types of decks: raised and ground-level. While you may believe that the option is irrelevant because both decks are identical, this is far from the truth. Indeed, there are a few critical distinctions between a raised deck and a ground-level deck, and it’s prudent to educate yourself about them. 

Why the Level of Your Deck Matters

Installing a deck on your property is a great way to maximize your exterior space. A deck can be your personal space for relaxation while enjoying the fresh outdoor air. It can also be a gathering place for a Sunday barbecue party or a stargazing night with your family. However, there are many things you should consider when building a deck for your home.  

Deck Maintenance: Getting Rid of the Unpleasant Odor Underneath Your Deck

Spicing up the aesthetics of your house does not always mean getting a new roofing system or renovating your kitchen floors. It could also be just an extension of your receiving area or your living room. Have you ever thought about building a deck to maximize your space? And, if you have one, have you encountered odor problems emanating from it? We’ll talk you through these in this post.