Decks, Steps & Railing Contractors in Ottawa
As with all Outdoor Kitchens & Patios projects, the key to successful deck construction begins with a sound design. Our experienced designers will walk you through the design process and assist you with choosing the correct materials for your style, budget and environment.
If you have a completed design already, we will work with you to construct it.
All Outdoor Kitchens & Patios decks meet or exceed Ontario Building code standards and City of Ottawa Bylaws. Once a design has been completed, our experienced carpentry team will construct your new deck as per your approved design with an eye for detail in keeping with Outdoor Kitchens and Patio's commitment to the highest quality construction.
Whether your deck is constructed of composite, PVC, imported hardwoods, cedar(western red or eastern white) or pressure treated materials, you can expect many carefree years in your new living space knowing your new deck is covered by our comprehensive 5 year warranty.
Railings are often a required element for decks and can really set the tone for your new living space. Outdoor Kitchens & Patios offers a wide range of railing styles and systems including but not limited to wood, custom aluminum, PVC and composite to name a few.
Enhance your railings with tempered glass inserts to open up the view of your space or perhaps stainless steel aircraft cable in lieu of traditional spindles.
The options are only limited to your imagination. And if you can imagine it, Outdoor Kitchens & Patios can build it.
Contact us today to explore decking possibilities for your home!
We use several types of wood for decks. Clear cedar (minimal knots) is expensive, but creates a more elegant finished deck than tight knot cedar. Tight knot cedar, while a less expensive, is a beautiful material, and the knots add interest to the finished product. Treated wood decking is also an excellent deck material. By pressure treating less expensive hemlock and fir, these woods have an extended life. Wood decks can be stained and benefit from having a wood deck sealer applied every few years.
Composite decking products are made from recycled plastics and ground up wood. They last longer, need no refinishing, look great, but tend to be more expensive than wood decks. There are color and wood grain choices. The deck boards are not as rigid as wood decking, so composite decks and benches need closer supports than natural wood.