All the lumber on this list is pressure treated. For a cedar or redwood deck the frame will still be pressure treated. Only the decking and railing would be cedar or redwood to keep the cost at a minimum. Step One: Design your Deck and do a Material Take-off First build the deck in your mind.
About $16 per foot for lumber and hardware only. Add another $50 for 1 gallon of premium quality deck stain to the material total cost. This summary is based on #2 Pressure Treated (#2 PT) lumber needed for a 12 foot …
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] If you have a question, it’s very likely listed below – these are just a few of the questions we hear over and.
Fortunately, Excel Bridge provides the design, fabrication, and delivery which takes all those tasks off your plate. Because we design and build bridges all day and every day, our experience and efficiencies can often reduce your total costs by up to 2/3. Including Excel’s steel or aluminum bridges in your project can mean clearing much longer spans than most other bridging options allow.
The average cost to stain a deck is between $540 and $1,050, depending on the size of your deck and what type you use. Most stains come in 1-gallon containers and provide around 200 to 300 square feet of coverage depending on the thickness of the stain. On average, it is good to estimate around 250.
The overall quote sounds a little overkill from the specs. First of all, are the 10" pilings a 10" butt or tip. Even if a 10" butt, this sounds like overkill for typical dock construction here on the northern Gulf Coast.