Outback Deck: Masters of the Outdoors

The Outback Deck Team in front of one of their decks

Outback Deck Inc. delivers on customer service and expertise for unmatched outdoor living spaces in Atlanta.

(L TO R): Bryan Miller, John Gwaltney
(L TO R): Bryan Miller, John Gwaltney

It’s inevitable that homeowners envision a refreshed backyard skyline and a beautiful place to enjoy it is a good place to start. Metro Atlanta’s Outback Deck is known for guiding consumers through creating incredible outdoor spaces with longevity, durability, the highest safety standards, unmatched service and a reputation for creating backyard envy amongst neighbors. We’re asking, how soon can work begin?

Starting with Outback Deck has its perks. By partnering with the best brands in the manufactured decking industry (TimberTech AZEK, for example), they’re able to provide the most well-designed, best-looking materials, as well as reasonable project timelines and top-notch warranties. Outback’s relationship with “best-in-class” materials vendors also gives them a competitive advantage when it comes to pricing and service—truly the best value your investment can buy.

Therefore it comes as no surprise that the company is celebrating 10 years in the decking industry in 2020, with two decades of experience doing remodels. Their philosophy rooted in service states that the best way to serve consumers is through their company’s core values: trust, confidence and care. That culture provides a promise to consumers that makes you feel safe doing business with them.

“Our expertise in designing safely-built outdoor living projects is the hallmark of our brand,” says Bryan Miller, Outback founder and senior partner. “We offer a Built-Safe Guarantee™ with every project we build. The staff and crews are experts in carpentry, hardscaping and finish work. Every job is supervised by a full-time project manager whose training and experience provide the consumer with a five-star experience.”

With safety as the first priority, Outback ensures that all deck connections are properly attached and fastened, builds every deck according to the International Residential Code, exceeds the Georgia-required Deck Prescriptive and applies its own trademarked safety requirement to every project.

Outback Deck Deck
Outback Deck Mutli-Level Deck

“Because decks are made from mostly lumber products, there is continuous movement occurring,” says Miller. “This movement never ends; it’s the nature of wood. It must be combated in order to create a safe environment for our customers and their families. We say that every Outback Deck is built the same from the ground to the surface. It’s a reliable process that sets the standard for safety in the industry.”

Here’s where it starts to get fun. The trend toward “one and done” lets you browse super-low-maintenance finished products such as PVC or capped composite decking, aluminum, composite and wrought iron rail products that free you from constant repairs, coatings, intense cleaning and warranty issues. (And they come in endless color options.) That means you can invest in your deck without ongoing expenses—enjoying your outdoor space, not working on it.

Plus, Outback’s signature 5-Star Experience includes guidance through every decision of the project, a journey that honors exactly what the client envisions, educating them along the way so their choices are informed and confident.

“We constantly educate customers via our website, our initial visit to their home, through our design process and during our proposal presentation,” says Miller. “This interactive process sets us apart, and offers the consumer multiple touchpoints during which to ask questions, evaluate their project and determine what’s best for their home and budget.” Sounds like it’s time to get outside.

The outback deck team walking a client through the deck building process
The Outback Deck team walking a client through the deck building process.

Reface or Rebuild?

“Many consumers believe their existing deck structure can be refaced with new decking, railing and lighting. But it is very difficult to determine whether or not the lumber they have is in good enough shape,” warns Miller.

Modern lumber treatments aren’t built to last more than about a decade, so if your existing deck is 10-15 years old, then it likely needs to be replaced, not resurfaced.

“Resurfacing a deck without replacing the structure is like painting over a rusty car and expecting it to look brand new for another 10 years.” Resurfacing isn’t impossible, according to Miller, but the only person who can recommend this option is a professionally licensed engineer

Outback Deck, outbackdeck.net, 501 Hickory Ridge Trl., Ste. 150, Woodstock, 678.262.4113.

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