We get it—your deck may be the last thing on your mind during the holidays. After all, temperatures are falling, snow is piling up, and the sun is setting before you even get home for the day. However, hear us out when we say that a covered and screened deck can have incredible benefits during this time of year.
Covered Decks Make Decorations Easy
There will be no more worrying about knocking snow off of the garland or making sure the twinkly light bulbs don’t get cracked in the wind when you have a covered deck. You can go full Clark Griswold on the space, knowing that your display will look great and stay in top-shape all holiday season long (and face it, well into January) thanks to the protection your deck provides. Even the simplest of trees or tinsel will look great when paired with your covered Deckorators deck.
Deckorators composite decking gives you all of the benefits of a traditional wood deck without the required maintenance. Just like how your Christmas lights will impress the entire neighborhood, a covered deck built with Deckorators materials will enhance the curb appeal of your property even after the decorations are back in the attic.
Comfort and Joy Comes from a Screened Deck
Make the festivities joyful and comfortable during even the most chilly winter nights by screening your deck. When you screen in your deck with ScreenEze, you can enjoy the beauty of a Kansas City Christmas without the hassle of pulling on your boots and heavy coats. This screening system transforms your deck into a functional space that will always be available and easily accessible for you and your family, even as the winter weather surrounds you—like a real-life snow globe attached to your home.
Choose from a stunning variety of screen styles, colors, and thicknesses to find the perfect addition for your deck. ScreenEze is easy to install, and will add value to your home during the holidays—and for the seasons to come.
Ready to get started making the most out of your deck this winter? Contact McCray Lumber and Millwork today.