A new deck offers a wonderful and beautiful open-air space for total relaxation. You can successfully entertain family and friends, read a book or share a delicious barbeque meal in a capacious environment. Depending on the kind of material your customers decide to go with, extensive research about decking may not be necessary if you work on decks.
However, as a deck builder, it is important to consider careful choice of material whether the customer’s option is natural wood or composite. Composite decking is made from recycled scraps and plastic. In my opinion, they are great. They are eco-friendly and durable. Share with your clients the pros and cons of decking types. Other factors worth sharing includes budget and expenditure.
Design Your Deck
Ease of use is crucial to most of our customers in various industries including deck builders. Pro100 has what it takes to get the job done. This software easily provides exciting design ideas for even the space underneath your deck, railing system and the general outlook of the finished project. It is an excellent 3D design software for decking projects and just about anything within a building.
The whole process is nowhere near rocket science. It literally takes minutes once you learn the basics. Print or share meaningful reports such parts list, price list, cut list and material consumption with your clients. We do have tutorial videos to help you learn the program quicker. A typical parts list would include items such as deck joists or beams, wood posts, lag screws, rails, concrete pier, Balusters, sway bracing kit or any structural support that may be needed.
Generate a cut list and know exactly how much materials you need before you head out to the store. The software logic includes the ability to price your parts based on your inventory or your vendor.