How Much Does a Deck Cost? - Integrous Fences and Decks
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We often get asked right up front… “How much does a deck cost?” The unfortunate, but honest, answer is:

It depends.

There are many factors that go in to the overall cost of a new deck. And it’s impossible to provide an accurate quote without a consultation.

What we can say up front is that decks from Integrous typically start at around $10,000 and go up from there depending on a range of reasons that are explained below.

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Factors that affect the cost of a deck

We offer a wide range of decking materials to choose from, each with their own benefits. We’d be happy to walk you through your options and find the material that makes the most sense for your deck. But in the meantime, here are some basics to keep in mind:

Deck Size

This might seem obvious, but the width, length, and shape of a deck is quite an important factor. A larger deck requires more planning, time, and materials. As a general rule, a larger deck will end up costing less per square foot.

Decking Material

We offer a wide range of decking materials to choose from, each with their own benefits. We’d be happy to walk you through your options and find the material that makes the most sense for your deck. But in the meantime, here are some basics to keep in mind:

  • Wood Decking

    Cost
    Maintenance
    Longevity

    While synthetic decking options have come a long way, it’s still hard to beat the visual appeal of natural wood. Wood also remains relatively cool to the touch, even in the hot summer sun.

  • deck with railing

    Composite Decking

    Cost
    Maintenance
    Longevity

    Composite decking is more expensive than wood up front, but that investment quickly pays off with reduced maintenance (no staining or sealing needed) and increased longevity. And unlike wood, composite decking will never rot, splinter, or suffer insect damage.

  • TimberTech deck

    PVC Decking (Vinyl)

    Cost
    Maintenance
    Longevity

    While composite decking is made of wood particles blended into plastic, PVC decking is 100% plastic. This gives PVC longevity and durability that are comparable to composite, but with the added advantage that PVC decking is fully recyclable.

Stairs

Aside from the deck itself, stairs are one of the most expensive features of a new deck. Adding a straight staircase to a second-story deck can cost anywhere from $4,000 to $7,000. Adding a landing can double the overall cost of the staircase.

Quality and Craftsmanship

Not all decks are created equal. When you choose Integrous, you can rest assured knowing that your deck will be designed, constructed, and finished to the highest standards in the industry. No corners cut, no exceptions. Which is why we can back all our work and products with a comprehensive, five-year warranty.

Azek deck with cable railing

Planning and Permits

Building a deck is one thing: ensuring it’s up to code is another. The good news for you is that we’re experts at both, and we can handle it all for you. To learn more about the importance of permits and inspections, check out our article on the topic here.

Contractor going over details of home inspection.

Roofs, Pergolas, and Enclosures

If your location gets a lot of direct sunlight, a roof or pergola can be an excellent choice to ensure year-round comfort and protection. We can also add fencing or railing to your deck for added security.

Outdoor Living Features

With a little help from the Integrous team, you’ll be all set up to make your new outdoor oasis even more inviting. We can design your deck to accommodate hot tubs, fireplaces or fire pits, built-in seating, entertainment systems, grills, outdoor kitchens, and more.

two level deck with furniture

Get a quote for your new deck

If you’re thinking of investing in a deck of your own, you probably have some questions. We’re here to answer them. Schedule a free consultation, and we’ll be in touch.

Deck Cost Examples

Here are examples of three decks that cover the wide range of deck costs. For each, we will list the details and features that affect the cost. These decks are based on ideal circumstances, great access, and a simple shape.

Composite Ground Level deck

Simple Deck

224 sq ft or 14’ x 16’
Typically allows for a small dining table and seating area.
Ground level (zero to three steps)

Materials
Trex Enhance Basics decking
White Vinyl railing

Price
Base: Starting at $10,000
With features and upgrades: $15,000–20,000
Second Story Stairway add about $3,500–5,500

Relevant Pricing Factors
This deck is based on ideal circumstances, entry-level material, great access, simple shape.

See decks in this price range

Standard to Comfortable Deck

280 sq ft or 14’ x 20’
Allows for a standard dining table and seating area with some extra room. Ground level (zero to three steps)

Materials
Mid Grade Decking like TimberTech Reserve Collection or Harvest Collection. White Vinyl or Aluminum Railing.

Price
Base: $15,000–20,000
With features and upgrades: $20,000–35,000
Second Story Stairway add about $3,800–5,800

Relevant Pricing Factors
This deck is based on ideal circumstances, mid-level material, simple shape.

See decks in this price range
Composite deck with fireplace
Azek deck with cable railing
Deck with built in bench

Comfortable to High-End Deck

384 sq ft or 16’ x 24’
Allows for a large dining table and seating area with some extra room to spare. Ground level (zero to three steps)

Materials
Mid Grade Decking like TimberTech Reserve Collection/Harvest Collection, or High-End Vintage/Legacy Collection. White Vinyl/Aluminum Railing/Premium Railing.

Additional Options
Picture Frame in the decking, Railing & Stairway Lighting Package, Grill Bump-out, Built-in Dining Bar, Unusual Shape/Feature, Masonry accents, Vinyl Pergola

Price
Base: $25,000–45,000
With features and upgrades: $35,000–75,000+
Second Story Stairway add about $4,000–6,000

Relevant Pricing Factors
This deck is based on high-end options, features & materials.

See decks in this price range

Get a quote for your new deck

If you’re thinking of investing in a deck of your own, you probably have some questions. We’re here to answer them. Schedule a free consultation, and we’ll be in touch.