Your outdoor living space should be an area of enjoyment and relaxation. Maybe your deck is in need of repair, or maybe you’re wanting to build a new deck and looking for a durable and affordable solution for your family. At LCH we are happy to walk you through the process to create a new, long-lasting deck to ensure that you get what you want and what you need. If you can dream it, we can build it!
When you choose LCH Projects for your next deck project, you can expect
- A detailed inspection of your existing deck and waterproofing of your home
- Recommendations for function and aesthetics
- A carefully considered construction plan
- High quality materials
- Professional craftsmanship
- Solid construction that meets or exceeds the BC Building Codes
- Timely project completion
- An affordable price
Vinyl decking is a great, affordable, waterproof deck covering that easily stands up to family traffic, while protecting your deck from rot. Vinyl decking can withstand anything our wet Vancouver climate can throw at it. Even in our 180+ days of rain per year, it will not crack, warp or fade, and it is slip-resistant, which means your deck is safe in any weather. Vinyl is a very popular choice, because it is low-maintenance and gives you a wide variety of colour and texture options to choose from. Another benefit of vinyl is, because it is waterproof, it will keep dry whatever is underneath it, whether that be storage, or an additional outdoor room. At LCH Projects we use 60 mil vinyl in accordance with the latest building code standards, so you can be assured that your deck is high quality and will last for many years to come.
Cedar decking is a classic, west coast style. Relax and unwind on your beautiful cedar deck, finished and sealed with the stain colour of your choice. A custom look that you’ll be proud to share with your family and friends, a cedar deck does require re-staining every 2-5 years, but with this upkeep you’ll have a beautiful deck to enjoy for years to come.
Composite decking is another great material option for your new deck. While a larger cost up front, its long life, and low maintenance requirements make it very economical in the long run. Composite decking is made in large part from waste, such as sawdust, used plastic milk jugs, and shopping bags, which makes it very environmentally friendly, reusing about 30 pounds of material that would have ended up in a landfill in every 20 feet of decking. Composite decking also comes in many finish options, from a fresh-cut cedar look, to Brazilian walnut. It never turns grey, and does not take in or give off moisture as natural wood does, which means it never shrinks or expands. It is extremely durable, and can handle anything your family, or nature can throw at it, withstanding high traffic, moisture, insects and rot.