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Decking

​There is nothing better than enjoying the beautiful Black Hills outside on your deck. Our deck builder crew comes from a custom home building background and can handle any deck project of any size.  As your decking contractor, we can build most decks in a few days and more complex projects in about a week. We prefer to build using either Redwood natural wood or TREX composite products. Decking can provide year-round entertainment, and add value to your home if done properly. We at Weather-Tite are always available for free inspections and estimates on the best way to add a structurally sound and beautiful addition to your home.

We prefer Trex decking products!

Types of Deck Material

Learn more in our learning center:

Composite

Having a deck is a great way to get the family together and enjoy some time outside in a comfortable outdoor living space. Whether your deck is a place to watch birds and people from or a place to grill delicious food, the time spent out on a deck is a time where memories are made. Building memories is important, so when thinking about the types of memories that will be made, composite decking might be the style of deck that is a suitable foundation for building them.

Traditional Redwood

Have you been thinking about expanding your living space? By adding a deck or patio to your backyard, you create a great place to share meals and cocktails with family and friends, and a relaxing place to unwind after a long day’s work. Best of all, by engaging in this American tradition, you increase your home’s equity in a stylish and practical way.

Exotic Wood

Exotic hardwood is an excellent material for your deck. Its natural beauty gives it an excellent color, and its lack of knots helps it look almost flawless. Its beauty isn’t the only reason people love exotic wood; it’s extremely durable and low maintenance. 

Product Guide Ratings:

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Treated

$$

Redwood

$$$

Cedar

$$$

Trex

$$$$

Other Composites

$$$

Brazilian Hardwoods

$$$$

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Treated

D

Redwood

B

Cedar

B

Trex

A

Other Composites

B

Brazilian Hardwoods

A

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Treated

D

Redwood

C

Cedar

C

Trex

A

Other Composites

B

Brazilian Hardwoods

A

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Treated

D

Redwood

C

Cedar

C

Trex

A

Other Composites

B

Brazilian Hardwoods

D

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Treated

D

Redwood

C

Cedar

C

Trex

A

Other Composites

B

Brazilian Hardwoods

A

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Treated

C

Redwood

C

Cedar

C

Trex

A

Other Composites

B

Brazilian Hardwoods

A-

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Treated

D

Redwood

D

Cedar

D

Trex

A

Other Composites

A

Brazilian Hardwoods

A-

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Treated

D

Redwood

C

Cedar

C

Trex

A

Other Composites

B

Brazilian Hardwoods

B

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Treated

C

Redwood

B

Cedar

B

Trex

B

Other Composites

C

Brazilian Hardwoods

A

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