We specialize in beautiful, custom, maintenance-free decks.
We use the highest-quality materials, and design with character and longevity in mind. Let Maverick Decks create the perfect outdoor space for every season of the year, and every season of your life.
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Traditional pressure treated and cedar decks depending on size. Typically under 24" from the ground with minimal stairs and railing.
Small to mid size Fiberon Goodlife composite decks. Includes aluminum picket railings, skirting and stairs or smaller walk out decks.
Large wrap around multi zone and walk out decks with Deckorators Voyage decking carrying a 25 year material and labor warranty. These decks include all the bells and whistles. They allow for the full range of deck accessories including lighting, topless glass railing, Trex rain escapes, soffit and potentially roofs to give you a covered space. 3D renderings are standard with this tier to help you visualize your deck before we build it.
Fiberon Cottage decking with Fiberon Gray Birch borders. Probuilt Topless Glass Railing was installed on the front of the deck to allow the home owner to enjoy the view seamlessly. Fiberon Cottage skirting was also installed along the entire perimeter of the deck.
Low level deck featuring pressure treated 2″x6″ decking and a lovely custom pressure treated privacy wall. The opposite side of the deck features a small section of Probuilt clear glass railing and pressure treated skirting.
Large walkout featuring Wolf Silver Teak decking with Wolf Black Walnut borders and fascia. This deck also features Trex Transcend White Railing with privacy glass and post cap lighting. A Versatex Pergola wraps up the far side of deck nicely and the lower posts have been cladded using Versatex post wraps and Wolf Silver Teak Deck boards. There are also Trex Rain-Escapes underneath the decking to keep the area below the deck completely dry and usable throughout rainy days.
How long will my project take?
The majority of our deck projects are completed within a week, although some very large projects can take several weeks. The important thing to note is that once our crews start on a job, they finish it. We don’t jump from job-to-job, and we don’t collect final payment until everything is to your satisfaction.
Are we licensed with the city of Calgary?
We carry all necessary business and pre-paid contractor licenses with the City of Calgary and the Province of Alberta. We do not carry out a job unless a City of Calgary building permit (or development permit in certain cases) is issued. Decks lower than 24 inches from the ground do not require a permit, however.
Do you offer financing?
We do. In partnership with a company called FinanceIt, we can offer very attractive financing.
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What warranty do these products have?
Composites typically come with a 25-50 year material warranty and 5-25 year labor warranty depending on the brand of decking.
What is the difference between concrete piles and screw piles?
Traditionally decks were supported by concrete piles, which involved digging holes (often by hand) to below the frost line, which were then filled with concrete and left to dry. In contrast, screw piles are galvanized steel shafts with a helix plate on the bottom of the pile, and are screwed into the ground using specialized machines. One of their key advantages is the ability for framing to commence immediately, as no drying time is required.
Are we bonded with the Province of Alberta and what does this mean?
We have been issued a prepaid contractors license by the Province of Alberta, and as such we are entitled to request a deposit prior to commencing work. In order to obtain such a license we have been required to post a bond with the Province, to protect consumers in the event of a default.
Are composite decks really maintenance-free?
Other than a simple washing down with regular soap and water, there is very little required to maintain any of the composite or PVC decks we build.
Why do you require a deposit?
We typically book up one to two months in advance, and a deposit (one-third of the total on signing of the contract) is paid to allow us to order materials from our suppliers, and to reserve a spot in our calendar.
Do you remove my old deck and take everything away, or do I arrange for that?
We will quickly and efficiently dismantle the old deck and get all of the material hauled away on our first morning on the job.
How do you pay the deposit?
We accept e-transfer, cheque and credit card for your deposit but with credit cards we add the 2.4% merchant fee to your invoice. If paying by e-transfer and your deposit is above your daily limit, we will accept multiple transfers over multiple days to receive your full deposit amount.
What is your fee for estimates?
Will the price change once the jobs start?
Our comprehensive estimate breaks down the labour and materials and all of the components of the job. Unless a change is requested by the customer, the price quoted is the price paid.
What is the difference between Composite and PVC decking?
The difference between composite and PVC decking is that composite decking is made up of wood and plastic in the core with a plastic capping, where as PVC is 100% plastic in the core and capping. What this means is that composite tend to be a denser decking material and PVC offers a texture that is slip resistant.
Is it possible to get a deck made from recycled material?
We offer environmentally friendly decking products made from high-quality recycled plastics. Fiberon, one of our most common deck materials, is made from 95% recycled materials.
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Is it possible to get curved deck boards?
We are one of the few companies in Calgary with a TREX CustomCurve oven, made specifically to heat up and bend deck boards. We can create stylish curves for stairs, and creative inlays.
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Maverick Decks is Calgary's top builder of maintenance-free decks. Contact us today for a consultation.