Deck Spotlight of the Month: From Rotten to Redeemed in Antioch, TN


Key Takeaways:

  • What do you do when your deck floor starts to look bad?

  • How to know when to opt for a Deck Repair vs. Deck Replacement

  • Where do I Hire someone who can do THAT



The Culprit:





Ok not to point fingers because this is just what happens over time. Decks are not made to last forever and the fact of the matter is, they are good right up until the point that they're not.


The weather we get in Brentwood, and Nashville TN is very hot and well, very wet. The Middle Tennessee weather is tough on deck boards and you will start to see the wear.


This particular deck was on its last leg with rotting boards from the top down. They were being held together by several layers of paint (it is worth mentioning this is an amazing advantage of painting your deck over the years- it does help the boards last longer)!



The Solution:


Lucky for this customer, the structure was in good shape. Which means we were able to opt for a deck repair. So no posts or foundation elements needed attention. This is key.


We were able to replace all the deck floor boards, stair treads and railings to remedy the problem.




The Solution:


Lucky for this customer, the structure was in good shape. Which means we were able to opt for a deck repair. So no posts or foundation elements needed attention. This is key.


We were able to replace all the deck floor boards, stair treads and railings to remedy the problem and provide a much safer and stunning deck they can enjoy for years to come.







The Team:


The Team at Nashville Lawn and Order was able to handle this deck project with ease from consult, to design, to build.


We keep a transparent relationship with our clients so you know exactly what you are getting and what our best suggestions are to meet your needs.


Please fill out our consult form online and we will schedule a time to view your patio, deck, or home improvement project. Our professional advice, is always free!







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