Adding a custom built deck to your home is one of the best ways to expand your outdoor living space. But what kind of deck is best? At LandWorks, we feel the difference between a great deck and an average one lies in its design. We'll work with you to create a deck design that matches your tastes as well as your budget.
Once the initial planning is done, LandWorks completes all required architectural drawings in-house and secures the local building permit. Our experienced carpenters turn concept into reality. To insure the construction proceeds smoothly, your deck designer will be on site each day to oversee the deck installation process.
LandWorks' decks and other carpentry projects have won numerous local and national awards. In 2006, a LandWorks deck project in Silver Spring, MD won the Grand Prize in a prestigious national deck competition sponsored by Deckorators, a manufacturer of high-end deck components. LandWorks projects have been seen in publications such as Woman's Day, American Nurseryman, and GroundWork.
LandWorks has extensive experience working with all types of natural and man-made materials, including pressure-treated pine, cedar, redwood, and composite decking (such as Trex, Timbertech, Azek, and Evergrain), as well as exotic hardwoods like Ipe, Cumaru and Tigerwood.
Throughout Montgomery County, MD and the Washington, DC metro area, screened porches have become very popular. In fact, some customers have told us they could not even live in a home without a screened porch! What could possibly make these rooms so special?
There is one fundamental element to screened porches that sets them apart: these are rooms that offer a truly outdoor living experience. Screened porches may be combined with a deck or patio to create an outdoor space with tremendous versatility.
LandWorks has been building screened-in rooms since our inception in 1991, and we have learned a great deal about what goes into the design and construction of the best projects. It starts with an understanding that porches are actually architectural additions. Not only must they be designed for appropriate size and scale, they must also complement the architecture of the home. When done well they will appear to have been part of the home's original construction. The best projects will resist the elements and will remain beautiful for decades to come. Recent advances in construction materials have allowed beauty and durability to go hand in hand, and new screened porches are better than they have ever been.
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