Summer may be officially over, but winter is still a few months away. There is plenty of time to enjoy that beautiful Frederick weather. In fact, if you are like us, you probably prefer the fall. Summer can be too hot and humid in Maryland. In the words of Goldilocks, fall is “just right!” So before you give up on weekend barbeques and outdoor fun, consider making an investment in your home that will forever change the way you look at fall. Consider building a deck!
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The Benefits of Custom Deck Design
Frederick residents have already begun to notice a shift in the weather. The temperature has cooled, the leaves are starting to change, and we all know what that means. Fall is officially here. But before you start preparing your home for winter, take a step back and think about what you are doing. The weather is just about as perfect as it is going to get. It is not too hot. It is not too cold. It is just right. Fall is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors. The only problem: you don’t have anywhere to do this. You don’t have a patio. You don’t even have a front porch. The solution: build a deck.
Besides finally giving you a place to sit back, relax, and enjoy the weather, a deck is a great investment. With an average return on investment (ROI) around 87%, according to Remodeling Magazine’s annual Cost vs. Value Report, a new deck is a great way to add value to your home.
Custom Deck Design in Frederick
The deck division of Albaugh & Sons builds custom decks using both natural hardwoods and composite materials. The choice is yours, but no matter which material you choose, the finished product will be reliable, safe, and beautiful. That is our promise to you. We guarantee all of our work, providing our clients a peace of mind that is second to none in the home improvement industry.
If you have any questions about Custom Deck Design, please contact Albaugh & Sons at 301-964-9379 or fill out the contact form found on our website. We are based in Frederick, Maryland and service all of Frederick County and parts of Washington and Carroll counties.