The Basics of Deck Installation in Melbourne
It all starts with the design. Creative visionaries draw up the plans that will become the finished product. Once they have completed the draughting, professionals must prep the area in which the deck will be built. Markers for where different foundations will be placed and secured are put down by the installers. They take measurements to make sure everything ends up in its proper spot. Next, they hammer in the deck posts that will keep everything sturdy. The posts are essential to supporting the deck so an experienced professional will take care to make sure all the footing is stable and level. Professionals place the framing on top of all of the support structures that were put into place earlier. If a deck is going to include stairs, professionals will install the stairs after the framing is set up. In many cases, the final pieces of the deck like railings and posts come last but are no less essential to bringing the whole project together into a polished final structure.
When it comes time for your deck installation in Melbourne, make sure to move forward only with a company your friends and neighbours already trust. Leisure Decking has been operating for years and understands the importance of good carpentry and reliable customer service. We can help you build that amazing deck you’ve been thinking about, so give us a call on 0408 565 561 or email email@example.com today to find out more
Please note: At Leisure Decking we only use high-quality materials to ensure our work continues to meet a very high standard. In addition to top quality craftsmanship, we fix down you're decking boards with stainless steel nails or screws that will not rust. All subfloors are constructed using termite and rot resistant timbers such as treated pine, all subfloor fixings are galvanised to ensure the long lasting life of your new deck, and our decking oil is the best on the market.
All work is undertaken in accordance with Building practice and procedures, workmanship, and the selection, placement, and fixing of the various construction elements shall be in accordance with the following:
Building Code of Australia
AS1684.2 Residential timber-framed construction
Guide to the Standards & Tolerances – by the Building Commission
Timber Decks Design & Construction Manual – by the Timber Promotion Council