If your deck building plans include one that is larger than 10m2 and attached to a building or the entrance of a building, you will need to get a building permit. Before starting the project, experts also recommend double checking that your deck complies with zoning by-laws standards in your area.
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With franchises in over 60 cities in Canada, we’ve designed and built over 25,000 beautiful composite decks and have worked ha...Read more Before establishing Mark’s Windows & Doors in St. Catharines, ON, Mark started out working for a high-volume company in Markha...Read more Welcome to Craft-Bilt Materials LtdWe began operating in April of 1992 after buying assets from Wrisco Ltd. Wrisco was a major...Read more
Recently Reviewed Thorold Deck or Porch
Adam and his crew were great. Deck was 450 sq feet. Materials were top quality, right down the the vinyl decking and stainless steel fasteners. The helical piles meant very little disruption to the property. The...
Julie had completed a Sunroom up the street. We were very impressed with the results so had a quote on removing the builders grade deck and building a new deck off our living room. Julie gave us options...
We are just thrilled to have found Julie! She did our fence for us and it was easy to see from that job how much she values quality and has an incredible amount of attention to detail. Julie was a...