The natural character of solid timber adds to the beauty of any garden, pool or outdoor/indoor entertainment area. Whether creating a patio that adjoins your house, a poolside deck, or a jungle gym for the kids, the appeal of solid timber will remain for years to come.
A deck can be installed to adjoin your home, surround your pool, and extend out from your house or simply as a freestanding feature. Regardless of the implementation, the natural character of the solid timber will blend seamlessly with the landscape of your garden.
Should you be interested in our products, Charel Faurie, owner of Deck Creations, will personally visit your site, listen to all your needs and requirements, exchange ideas, and offer advice based on years of experience ensuring that Deck Creations will provide the best possible solution for your individual needs.
Charel will advise you on the size (maintaining proportion with your garden and living area), position (maximizing usage; allowing for water drainage; etc.), and function (combining entertainment and living possibilities). Each deck is custom designed to suit your vision and requirements, and to accommodate your budget.
Deck Creations has a policy of sourcing and using only the best materials for any job, no matter how big or small. We have a trusted chain of suppliers in terms of products and services and are proud to be associated with the quality they offer. We highly recommend African hardwoods, as they are accustomed to the harsh climatic conditions of South Africa, but we also work with Saligna Decking & Flooring, Meranti Decking & Flooring, Teak Decking, Masaranduba Decking, Balau Decking and Rosewood Decking.
Deck Creations has a specific field of expertise and we are proud to say that designing and installing Rhodesian Teak Decks is a particular expertise we have acquired over the years.
The Deck Creations teams are all qualified and experienced carpenters. For exceptional quality we use traditional decking techniques in constructing your wooden/timber deck. No corners are cut, thus ensuring the quality and durability of the finished deck is paramount.
Although your deck will last for many years in the open environment, it is always advisable to treat the deck from time to time. With the advancements made in oil based products the last decade, you need not fear the hassle of old-fashioned varnishes that use to crack and peel with time. We suggest to treat your deck at least every six months.