A qualified patio and deck builder can help you choose the ideal style, size and construction materials for your outdoor space. Regional factors and personal preferences factor in, too.
A modern bach gets its wow factor from a sleek, louvered roof that adds shade all year round. The generous layout prioritises outdoor living.
Whether you’re building a new home or renovating, a well-designed deck is an effective way to create indoor/outdoor flow and add value. When searching for a contractor to build your deck, look for one with experience in construction and wood manufacturing. They should also have a good understanding of blueprints and plans, strong customer service skills, and the ability to meet deadlines.
Use word-of-mouth recommendations from friends and family to find a Decks, Patios & Outdoor Enclosures pro in your area. Ask prospective contractors about their previous work and project sizes to gauge their experience level. Consider narrowing down your search to those with specific expertise in your preferred deck type, such as pool decks.
Known for its coastal enclave, green paradise and artisan-food scene, Matakana is an easy weekend getaway. Enjoy the village farmer’s market, nearby orchards and vineyards, and pretty cafe culture. Or, while away the day with a spot of sheep shearing at Sheepworld or a chocolate factory tour at The Chocolate Shop.
Decks and patios are usually a significant addition to a home, which means they require permits and inspections before construction. Your contractor will survey your site and consult with you to create a design that meets local codes and is structurally sound. He or she will also recommend the best materials for your climate and lifestyle, based on appearance and maintenance requirements.
This Matakana bach features a king size master bedroom, queen bed, two single beds in the sleepout and spacious living with expansive north facing decks. The design takes advantage of the tidal river and views over Orewa while addressing the site’s limitations including height to boundary controls.
A cladding system featuring vertical battens at even intervals – Abodo Vulcan in Protector Ebony – is a stylish choice for this home. It ties in well with the home’s existing timber windows and doors and is complemented by the natural stone used throughout the outdoor areas.
A deck or patio is an outdoor extension of your home. A professional will survey your Matakana, Auckland, New Zealand yard and home to recommend a layout and construction materials that meet your needs and budget. He or she will also discuss staining and finishing options.
Wood decking options include cedar, which ages to a soft gray and smells pleasant, or pressure-treated lumber, which starts at $2 per square foot. Another choice is kwila, a tropical hardwood that starts reddy-brown and fades to driftwood gray over time.
To prevent wildfires, many wood-based decking boards must pass a fire test to meet California building codes. Your local Decks, Patios & Outdoor Enclosures pro will discuss the results of these tests and help you choose a board that meets minimum performance requirements based on its flame spread, smoke generation, and flammability.
We stand behind our work and offer a two-year labor warranty on all projects. Many of the products we use have their own material warranties as well that are transferable when ownership of the property changes.
We will survey your Matakana area lot and home to come up with a deck design that complements your house, compliments your landscape, suits your lifestyle and is structurally sound. We will recommend sizes, heights and construction materials that are right for your climate and budget.
Woods like cedar and redwood require regular staining to maintain their beauty. Pressure-treated pine is affordable and rot resistant but may need staining as well. Composite and PVC decking are low maintenance but are expensive. Most of these decking materials have been around long enough for several warranty cycles and are covered by the manufacturer’s product warranties. The manufacturer’s care and cleaning recommendations must be followed to maintain your product warranty. These responsibilities will be spelled out in the written warranty from your chosen product.