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How much it would cost me to build this deck as it is in my backyard in Dacula GA?

  • August 05 2011 - Dacula
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    Profile picture for SteveOlivierVoisin
    We are just starting one like this in northern california. Because we are near the beach we are using IPE wood, double the cost of Trex hwever but wont burn out feet in the 100f dry heat of summer. Our contractor claims $33 a square foot. Ours is only 800ft so about $27k out the door in three weeks building cycle.
    The cost in redwood would have ben only about $21k alot less... Hope this helps... We are using expensive cable steel 1/4" wire cable every 4" to code for the railing with Ipe psts 6ft apart with open flowing stair cases .
    There are three sets of them and a smal arbor such as in he pict eventually in the next phase. We re 5ft from ground level, so quite a long stair case to the hot tub. Wanted materials that last a lifetime. Pay now, save later. Coronas are in the the cooler, cheers!
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    Profile picture for Don Greenberg
    Do you plan on doing this yourself? The materials alone would be a few thousand, unless you plan on going with a composite material instead of your typical pressure treated wood. The labor alone on something complex like this will set you back quite a bit. Have you spoken with a contractor, I am sure they will give you a free estimate on a job this size.
    • November 21 2011
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