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Composite Decking: The Right Choice for Winter

Backyard Deck covered in snow after a blizzard. Winter in Northern Virginia can be tough. Composite decking is the perfect solution to withstand harsh cold temperatures, snow, sleet and ice. Although wood decks have been around for a long time, composite decking provides unique advantages. Our decks are low maintenance, durable and are uniquely capable of holding up to winter weather. Continue reading

5 Composite Deck Updates to Do This Summer

Modern deck design with stairs leading to stone patioIt may be time to consider updating your deck to better suit you and your family, and the team at Distinctive Deck Designs in Northern Virginia can help. We create composite deck designs that can be modified to fit your needs, budget and available space. Here are the most common reasons why deck updates may be necessary:

  • The structure is getting old
  • You’re tired of maintaining real wood
  • Your outdoor living needs have changed

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The Top 5 Way to Make Your Patio Kid-Friendly

Family sitting on deck togetherDecks and outdoor patios are the perfect summer hangout for people of all ages. However, families with small children or pets know that outdoor living spaces can be a point of concern. Sharp edges, poisonous critters and unsafe terrain can all pose a danger to little ones. Fortunately, there are many ways to kid-proof your yard and still keep the areas useable. Fairfax residents should look no further than Distinctive Deck Design for their kid-friendly patio design.

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Color Match Your Northern Virginia Home with Composite Decking

Wooden deck that matches Virginia homeWhen looking for Northern Virginia deck contractors, it is important to choose one that will be able to match composite deck designs with the existing aesthetic of your home. After all, building a deck is an investment in your home, so you will want to make sure to get it right the first time and are happy with the results. Continue reading