top of page

Decks & Porches

We're all spending more time at home than we ever have before, why not expand your living space with a new custom deck or porch by John Krause Construction?  Whether you're looking to revamp your existing deck or build a new one, we've got the solution to fit your needs and your budget. From the modern style and low maintenance of composite decking to the natural, classic beauty of pressure-treated lumber, we offer a wide variety of options for every lifestyle. 

Ready for a New Deck, But Not Sure Where to Start? Check Out the Decking Options Below, Then Give Us a Call for a Free Estimate!


Composite decking is made of wood fiber combined with recycled polyethylene. There are several brands to choose from, each with its own color and style options. Composite decking offers a maintenance-free alternative to wood and while the initial investment will be more than pressure-treated, you'll save money on maintenance in the long run. Popular choices include Trex, Fiberon, and Timbertech. If you're interested in a new composite deck, give us a call for a free consultation.


Pressure-treated lumber is made using wood from pine, spruce, or fir trees permeated with anti-rot and insecticide agents. If properly cared for, pressure-treated lumber can last for decades. There are limitless choices for finish including sealing, staining, or painting. If you're looking for a cost-effective option, a pressure-treated deck may be the perfect solution for you.


Ipe is a Brazilian hardwood. It's extremely durable with a life expectancy ranging from forty to seventy-five years. Ipe is naturally beautiful as well as pest, decay, and rot-resistant, and unlike other decking options, it's easy to replace one board without compromising the surrounding boards.

Have an existing deck? We also offer deck repair and replacement. There are several options to choose from. If you're still unsure, give us a call and one of our expert Designers will help guide you through the process.

Check Out Our Recent Deck & Porch Construction Projects

bottom of page