If you want to increase the value of your home, create the perfect space for entertaining, or simply enjoy the great outdoors from the comfort of your own backyard, Priority Marine’s custom decks in Tampa might be just the option for you. We have over 30 years of experience and are dedicated to providing you with the best customer service possible.
Materials for Installing a Custom Deck
At Priority Marine, we only use long-lasting, quality materials to ensure you get the best deck possible. With so many materials to choose from, it can be hard to know what products will be best for your home. Our experts will help you pick out the best materials so that you’ll have a sturdy, weather-proof deck. Some of the options to choose from are:
- Stainless Steel Screws: The Tampa Bay area is no stranger to heavy wind, rain and hurricanes that’s why it’s so important to have screws that can withstand the fury. These stainless steel screws are low maintenance and are resistant to corrosion.
- Trex: When it comes to building custom decks in Tampa, wood might seem like an obvious choice. However, due to the high humidity in the area, the wood is more likely to warp and rot. That’s why, at Priority Marine, we use Trex. This composite decking is made from recycled material that is weather resistant, unlike wood. Trex is also easy to maintain and requires nothing more than some soap, hot water, and a brush.
- Azek: Another potential material we offer customers is Azek. Resistant to scratches, stains, splits, mold, and mildew, Azek is even incapable of being damaged by insects. This material also comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
Why Choose Priority Marine?
If you’re looking for a beautiful custom deck, look no further than Priority Marine. We have a wide variety of materials can create the perfect backyard space for your home. Head over to our gallery page to see our past work. If you like what you see, or have any questions, give us a call at (727) 447-1373. We will then work to brighten your home with the latest custom decks in Tampa.