Step 1


Determine your square footage below.

Step 2


Proper deck framing is essential to ensure that the deck can withstand the weight of furniture, foot traffic, and other loads without sagging or collapsing.

Step 3


Decking is the flat surface boards that make up the top of the deck, where you walk and place furniture. They can be made from wood, composite, or PVC materials and are designed for comfort, durability, and weather resistance.

Step 3

Stairs & Steps

These provide safe and convenient access to the deck from the ground. They are constructed to match the deck's materials and design, ensuring a cohesive look and structural integrity.

Step 4


Railings are installed around the perimeter of the deck for safety, preventing falls off the edge. They come in various styles and materials and can be decorative as well as functional.

Step 5

Additional Options

The deck can be enhanced with features like an outdoor kitchen for cooking and entertaining, and LED lighting for safety and ambiance. Weather-resistant furniture adds comfort, making the deck an ideal space for relaxation and social gatherings..

Helpful Hints

Price Ratings

Renewit’s price ratings are intended to provide customers an indication of a material cost in comparison to other materials within a material group. The number of “$” symbols indicates the relative price of materials.

Note: Materials with 2 dollar signs do not necessarily cost twice as much as those with 1 dollar sign.

Price Ratings Breakdown:


The most budget-friendly options suitable for those seeking the least expensive materials. 

Value Plus

Moderately priced materials that strike a balance between affordability and quality. Customers can expect a wider range of options at this price level.


Higher-end materials that offer superior quality, durability, and visual appeal.


Top-of-the-line and materials associated with the highest quality, exceptional durability, and most expensive.