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Trex builders Brookville, Michigan Michigan Supreme Deck, Brookville, Michigan premier deck builder and TrexPro Platinum contractor, has been providing homeowners with exceptional services and products since 1991. We are a full service deck company for Brookville, Michigan (MI) that includes deck building, construction, deck repair, deck cleaning, and Trex deck installations. Our experienced crews have pleased countless customers by transforming their backyard outdoor living space with our custom wood and composite decks, gazebos and sun rooms. Every home deserves to live up to its potential and we are the deck builder of choice stepping up to meet this challenge. Each project is unique. Together with the homeowner, we will design a deck or outdoor structure that will bring you satisfaction for years to come. Supreme Deck building & construction offers a wide choice of building materials that we are able to offer including Trex, Azek, and TimberTech. Our commitment to furnish the highest quality at the most affordable price is still there after all of these years. Homeowners are fast picking up on the growing popularity of home improvements, including no maintenance decking. Decks are one of the ideal home additions to add additional square footage to the home. Aside from this, there is the effective elimination of disorganized indoor surroundings since most play and fun activities are implemented outdoors. In Brookville, Michigan we build great decks for less and for less than our competition.

There are many general contractors and even more "construction companies" out there for Brookville, Michigan, but none can provide the single focus on your backyard the way we can. We don't do kitchens, bathrooms or any interior work. We don't believe in the "Jack of all Trades" concept. Searching for deck builders near me? We are one of Michigan's best deck builders. We believe in specializing in one trade. We have the ability to build a custom deck for you and to make sure it gets cleaned and sealed properly. You do not have to hire one company to build your deck and another to clean and stain it. We offer a showroom in Livonia with displays for wood and composite materials to help you with your decision. Looking for reviews on Supreme Deck? It is always best to check out the web site of the decking material that is being used for true reviews.

Supreme Deck was the The Stellar Service Award winner for 2018. It is presented annually to one TrexPro Platinum from across the US & Canada. This award is earned by installing a minimum of 50 projects and having the highest number of surveys returned while maintaining a customer satisfaction rating of at least 4 ½ out of 5 stars.

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Made from recycled wood and plastic, composite decking in Brookville, Michigan is an environmentally friendly, cost efficient alternative to natural wood, with advantages such as reduced maintenance, color retention and durability. Timbertech and
Trex Transcend are the leading brands
If the natural look of wood is important to you, use cedar. It is rot resistant. Cedar doesn't readily absorb moisture and, since moisture is what creates twisting and splitting, cedar decking tends to lie flat and straight
Pressure treated decks are the best value priced material to use. Homeowners use this material on the floor and sometimes use cedar on the rails, so the rails do not twist. Pressure treated decking is best to be screwed down. Let the deck weather for up to a month before sealing.
Screen rooms, four season rooms, 3 season rooms, and Florida rooms all add usable square footage to any home and is a great use of outdoor space.

Right before spring starts, my company always gets a lot of calls from homeowners about building new decks. When the conversation comes to the question of what materials to use, it comes down to one question: wood or composite?

The first thing to know about choosing the best deck material is that all decks use treated lumber for the framing, which is the structural part of the deck that you don't usually see unless you are underneath it. So the decision process usually involves only the materials that will make up the decking surface and railings.
You have two main categories of deck materials to choose from: natural wood or man made products – but there are lots of options within each of these categories. The most popular wood products are treated lumber and cedar. Other species of wood such as redwood and hardwoods like Ipe, jutoba and tigerwood are also used on decks, but not nearly as often. Man made deck material products include composites, PVC and vinyl from manufacturers such as Trex, Fiberon, TimberTech and Azek.
The majority of decks built today are made of wood. The main reason people choose wood is for the initial cost savings. The main reason people choose composite or man-made deck materials is for the low maintenance required.
So what deck material is best for you? There are numerous factors to evaluate before making a decision. You will need to ask questions like: How will the deck be used? Is it in a shaded area or a sunny one? How long do you plan to live in your home? Do you plan on doing your own deck maintenance or hiring a company to do it for you? As you can see, the questions are endless. Like most deck builders, I can not recommend the right deck material without talking to you and answering these questions first. Trex Transcend is the leading decking material in the Metro Detroit area due to its durability and color choices. Trex Enhance only offers 3 colors and is mainly sold in Home Depot and Lowes. Trex Select is their entry level board, which will scratch.

Cost comparison of building materials for decks, including treated lumber, cedar, composite and PVC

Deck Materials Cost for Brookville, Michigan

Factoring in wood maintenance costs

Although the installation price for a composite is definitely going to be more than wood, the actual cost over time is a good deal closer. This is because wood decks require more maintenance. If you're willing to do the resealing and repairs yourself, a wood deck will still be cheaper, but if you are going to hire someone then it would be worthwhile to factor that future cost into your decision at the time when the deck is being installed.
The same size treated lumber or cedar deck mentioned above costs $700 to stain the first year. You will need to stain it every two years thereafter. A stripping and sanding will be required every six years before you perform the annual deck stain, which will cost about $900 total.
If you are maintaining your wood deck properly and hiring professionals to do so, I would say that by the end of year eleven you will have spent more than $4,600 on maintenance, and you will still have a wood deck that may crack or splinter, whereas a deck with man-made materials will require little regular maintenance.
Although I tend to recommend composite decks, you need to decide for yourself what fits best for your home and situation. The best way to do that is to talk with a knowledgeable deck building professional that can ask you the right questions and help you make the best decision. Just be honest with yourself from the start about whether you are going to do the maintenance yourself.

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Michigan homeowners realize that by expanding their living space to the outdoors, they are making an investment that will not only increase the value of their home, but will provide a haven for relaxation, leisure, and entertainment. A deck does exactly that. Because this decision is so important, homeowners desire to work with someone they trust will maximize their home's value. That is why Supreme Deck is determined to provide you with the best possible service available.There are many material options on the market available to homeowners looking to begin the deck building process. Some of these include pressure-treated lumber, composite, PVC, Trex, Ipe, cedar, Cumaru, redwood, Azek, Fiberon, and other low-maintenance materials. The material you choose couples with the design to produce the product of your dreams.Supreme Deck, Inc. has created three specific choices to help homeowners narrow down your deck building project. We allow YOU to choose the level of service you would like; choose from Builder Series decks, custom decks, and composite deck packages.

BUILDER SERIES in Brookville, Michigan

If you are a homeowner that is looking to build a standard deck - simple and beautiful, made of quality material, and value-packed. You have the option to choose from four of our most popular deck sizes. The sizes and material options are limited, but due to the high volume and demand for these particular decks, we are able to offer them for an exceptional price giving the homeowner our builder pricing.

RE-DECK or RESURFACE in Brookville, Michigan

Do you love your deck but are tired of the maintenance? Does your deck have a good structure but you are eager to update the "look"? Is you deck floor or railing rotting? This package is for you. We begin this process with a structural assessment on your current deck. We remove old decking and railing and re-install with low-maintenance composite decking and railing or with another material of your choice.


Crafted with excellence and completely custom, this is the product which is the evidence of your dreams realized. The options and design choices for your deck building project are endless. Each project is fully custom built around you and your home. The way you intend to use this deck is imperative during the design process. Do you entertain a lot? Will you need lighting to invite the crowds from indoors to meander outdoors and extend the leisurely enjoyment? Do you enjoy multi-tiered decks or a big expanse of space at a single level? Will you need shade during certain parts of the day? And truly custom to YOU, do you prefer to mix natural elements with low-maintenance options? All these questions will help yield a deck design that will be certain to satisfy you. Call us to start your dreams…


We have handyman on staff that are trained in replacing rotting deck boards, lattice, loose rails, rotted king posts, and even level decks that have heaved after the winter thaw. Purchase a new house and need an opinion if the deck is up to code? Supreme Deck is a licensed building company that can excel at every level of carpenter that is needed down to a single board repair. We service and repair thousands of weathered and neglected decks. We can also replace fence posts that have rotted causing the fence to lean or tilt. Have a deck where the steps are rotting and need replaced? We see it all the time. We can also give you a free estimate to clean and seal the deck while we are there. Supreme Deck Restoration has a deck cleaning division that can give you a free estimate on your restoration needs. You do not have to look for other deck cleaning companies after you have a deck built form us. We are a one stop shop for decks.

Building decks in the fall and save Brookville, Michigan money

One of the primary concerns our customers express against fall construction is the effect the weather will have on a new deck and the materials used on the project. We always assure them that the materials are manufactured for this very purpose. Treated lumber, along with composite materials, are conditioned and fabricated to withstand extreme hot and cold temperatures, moisture and humidity, and rainy and dry seasons. The transition from summer into autumn is actually an ideal time to begin building your deck. Here's why:

1. Shorter wait time

Spring tends to be the busiest season for deck construction. Brookville, Michigan homeowners are excited to finally end their hibernation indoors and start living outside again. The cold Brookville, Michigan weather yields to the warmer, and everyone starts thinking the same thing - "Let’s move our lives outdoors again!" Our phones at the office start ringing off the hook, which is a wonderful problem to have, but this often results in longer wait times for our customers. The lead time tends to be longer as the schedule fills up quickly. In the fall, most Brookville, Michigan homeowners are mentally shifting gears to start spending time indoors once again. One advantage to building your deck in the fall is that you will have your project completed a lot sooner than in the spring or summer. There is a shorter wait time for each project. Plus, once winter passes, your deck will be ready to be used as soon as the first warm spring day arrives. Instead of beginning the project at this point, it'll already be completed and you'll be able to focus on landscaping and furnishing your new outdoor area.

2. Ground conditions

Another advantage to fall deck construction is that the ground and conditions are more favorable to yards and landscaping. When dealing with the elements, the effects of the entire construction process are often unpredictable as to how much disruption will occur to existing landscaping and turf. Although we always try to be as minimally invasive as possible throughout our construction process, heavier rains lead to muddier soil and turf. Fall weather is typically much drier, and plants and grass tend to be more resilient to a bit of disruption in the fall.

3. Late season specials

Whether you're building your own deck or hiring a contractor, you can save some money by building in the fall. Contractors are usually more willing to negotiate on pricing, and it's not uncommon to find sales on lumber and building materials at this time.

4. Fall weather

Another reason fall is a great time to build is simply because the weather is gorgeous. The cooler, crisp weather is the perfect time to gather around a firepit on a deck with friends. The comfortable range of temperatures from fifty to seventy-five allows for ample outdoor time. In comparison to the heat of summer and the wetness and rain associated with spring, fall is perfect for outdoor enjoyment. Many of our customers enjoy this time of year to host their gatherings and barbecues. There are so many reasons why fall is a favorite season for deck construction. From pricing, to weather conditions, to building process, to having your outdoor area ready to go in the spring ... the possibilities are endless.

Which decking material to choose?

Probably the most difficult decision to make when building a deck is what type of decking to use. All three choices 5/4 x 6-in. radius-edged cedar, pressure treated and composite decking share similarities. They are all rot resistant to varying degrees, require 16 inch joist spacing for proper support, bleach out to a silvery gray, and can all be cut and installed using conventional tools and fasteners.
 The pros and cons of cedar decking

The pros and cons of cedar decking

If the natural look of wood is tops on your list, use cedar. The heartwood of the tree (the deeper colored red part, not the white sap part) is rot resistant. Cedar does not readily absorb moisture and since moisture is what creates twisting and splitting, cedar decking tends to lie flat and straight. Most carpenters figure a lifespan of 15 to 20 years for cedar deck boards, but it can deteriorate faster when used for ground level decks and for shaded decks that are slow to dry out. To retain the color, you have to clean it and re-seal it every year or two, and even then it is a losing battle. I have never seen a 10 year old cedar deck that still had that warm, rich look of new wood. Cedar is also soft; when used for stairs or for decks where furniture gets dragged around a lot, the edges in particular can get beat up. Finally, the cost of the cedar is moderate, more than pressure treated but somewhat less than composite.

The pros and cons of pressure-treated decking

If economy and longevity are your bag, go with pressure-treated wood. You can stain it, it's hard enough to resist abuse, and many brands carry a lifetime (though limited) warranty. But beware, not all treated woods are created equal. The standard treated decking at my local lumberyard costs less than cedar. But inexpensive treated wood is often full of moisture and will shrink unevenly and twist when it dries. The only reason homeowners build a deck of pressure treated or womanized lumber is price alone. They are great for rental properties or walk paths. One homeowner told me, Yeah, my treated deck may last forever but it is going to look BAD forever too and feel like a dirt road. If you have to purchase treated lumber we suggest you buy choice or premium treated boards. At about 40 cents more per linear foot, you will pay more, but the boards have fewer knots and straighter grain. Since many of the higher grade choices are kiln dried both before and after pressure treatment, they have less tendency to warp. The best use of Pressure treated lumber is for framing on a deck.

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As this couple neared retirement, one of their concerns was the constant maintenance their deck required. They had an existing deck that seemed structurally sound, but the cedar decking and railing was now showing signs of wear and tear. The sun's UV rays had done their damage over the years and the grain was starting to lift in many areas. Located in Brookville, Michigan , this deck had been punished by the winters and moisture and was also showing signs of decay in certain areas. Having used the deck often, the couple liked the layout and size of this deck. It was only 15 years old and was well designed to flow with the house and backyard. During our first consultation we determined that the deck was structurally sound and would be a good candidate for area resurfacing. They wanted to add a little area by the staircase that would lead to the patio - other than that the original deck design stayed the same. This time around the couple decided that they would invest in a Trex Transcends low-maintenance deck. Since one of their primary goals was to prepare their backyard for retirement, low maintenance decking was the natural choice. We striped down all the decking, railings, and fascia, and the composite decking was installed with hidden fasteners, our standard installation, for a smooth and seamless look. For safety and mood lighting they added a low-voltage lighting package that finished this deck off with a glow. It was an incredible transformation from a solid, old deck that was not being used, to a new, revived structure that became the main hub of summer weekends.

The pros and cons of composite decking

If near zero maintenance is your goal, buy composite decking. Most is made from recycled plastic and wood chips or sawdust. It is more expensive than cedar, but once it is down, it will not rot, splinter or twist. You can even stain most types after four to six months that are not a capped composite. Since the material is defect free, you can use every inch. Maintenance involves spraying it off with a hose. Some people do not like the look of the stuff and it is cool or hot on bare feet. But if you want to relax on your deck instead of work on it, bite the bullet and spend the extra cash, a lot of extra cash!

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