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"Installing a deck may be the most cost-efficient way to add square footage to your house, and of all the outdoor home improvements except painting, it may be the most reliable value. Decks average $6,304 and generally recoup 104% of their value. That may not sound terribly impressive, but other touted outdoor improvements fare much worse."
   June 2004


"There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man's lawful prey." -John Ruskin



For the purposes of clarifying any "Deal" or coupon:
A "Deck" or "New Deck Installation" is defined by anything that is over 200 sf. and includes stairs and railing. Anything less may be defined as a Porch, Platform, Stoop or landing. Furthermore, sf. rates are higher for smaller items to cover set up costs; standard volume discounts on sf. rates apply to larger structures on top of any "Deals" or coupons.




Important Info about Contacting us! ...

We have had to remove our phone number from this website due to an ovewhelming amount of telemarketing calls. Sometimes the calls even come from 501 area codes. I attempted to ignore calls from any numbers that looked suspicious but this inadvertently led to us also missing calls from potantial customers. We have now become "known" for "never answering our phone" and that is not good.

Now you must send us an email if you would like to make contact with us.
To read more about why that is, click here.

Please don't misunderstand..... texting us is NOT the same as emailing us. It actually makes it worse. I have to keep your contact and our communications organized or I will miss something. And our email is the only way I can keep it all properly organized. AFTER we have met or signed a contract, you may text me for very minor things (running late, don't let my dog out, you left your hammer here, etc.). But any important things you want me to remember (or you want to be a legally binding part of our contract) need to be emailed to me.

- Chris Peterson

1514 Mills Park Rd.
Bryant, AR 72022



Chris Peterson:

Please provide me with your full name, ADDRESS, phone numbers,
a description of the proposed project and any available times & dates for an appointment.

Providing me with your address in your FIRST email will help me respond to you faster
with a time I can meet with you.
The location of our current jobsite and the location of other appointments I may have could be close to your house or far away. So, being busy all the time,
I have no idea when I can meet with you until I know where you live.

Even after you send us an email...

you will still need to WHITELIST our email address
in YOUR email program
or you may not get any of our responses!

Sometimes emails from businesses can look spammy and be blocked by your email provider and you'll never know it. So please go ahead and figure out how to Whitelist us so we have no problems communicating.

Thank you for your interest in our company!


If you want another way to contact us without dealing with our email address, then go to this form you can fill out to make sure we get the info we need. But.... you will still get responses from our Custom Deckworks email address and therefore that still needs to be Whitelisted so you can be sure you hear back from us.




Important News & Updates. Please Read!


Members - Click Here!
MUST READ for Angie's List Members!


Before you sign a Contract!

Must Read!


Spring 2013 :   BEWARE! Scam Alerts....

- Don't ever say you weren't warned!



Spring 2012 :   Pricing Information....

"The Bitterness of Low Quality Remains
Long After the Sweetness of Low Price
is Forgotten!..."



Spring 2009 :   Apples to Apples in a Bad Economy....

...It could be a mistake not to read this.



Update: 2012

Arkansas Code § 17-25-501 thru 17-25-515. Act 1208 of 2011 Summary:

ANYONE performing work at a Residence, when the project is $2,000 or more, labor & material,

IS required to have a license from the Contractors Licensing Board

starting January 1, 2012!


In most cases this does not apply to the Homeowners doing work themselves.

But if you hire someone to build your deck that does NOT have a license,

you may be breaking the law and will have very limited recourse in the event of a dispute.

If they don't have a REAL license, DON'T HIRE THEM!




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