Archadeck Piedmont Triad
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Archadeck of the Piedmont Triad has been locally owned and operated since 1991. We deliver the service and community commitment of a local, family-owned business backed by the strength of a company that’s built 75,000 incredible outdoor structures since 1980. We offer you the benefit of an international design center that will custom design your project to complement your home, suit your personal tastes and meet your exact needs for functionality.

Services Provided
Deck Building, Deck Design, Gazebo Design & Construction, Patio Construction, Patio Design, Pergola Construction, Pool Deck Design & Construction, Porch Design & Construction, Sunroom Design & Construction, Porch Builder, 3-Season Room, Eze-Breeze Porch

Areas Served
Browns Summit, Colfax, Forest Oaks, Greensboro, High Point, Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Stokesdale, Summerfield, Winston Salem, Kernersville

Certifications and Awards
26 Years in Piedmont Triad
Greensboro's Deck, Patio & Outdoor Living Area Experts Best of Houzz

Contact: Greg McNeer
Location: 5587-C Garden Village Way
Greensboro, NC 27410
Typical Job Costs: $15,000 - 30,000
Commented: Cost some many pricing variables that go into giving an estimate, please contact our office to speak with a Design Consultant. (336) 664-1332 Thanks
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Commented: 3 Season Room cost Elizabeth, I would love to speak to you about a project. please call our office at 336-664-1332. Thanks
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Commented: What is the color of the eze breeze system? This is a bronze window frame with a clear tint to the window. The AKEK Premier Rail is Kona with black rails which we think enhance the fabulous rich look of the room. Thanks for your interest.
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Commented: Is the railing integrated into the Eze Breeze system? Good question. The answer is no. This is a separate rail system installed by us since this project is very high off the ground.
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Commented: How was the color applied? How did you achieve the grout lines? This is a blue stone patio set in concrete. It was mislabeled stamped concrete. Thanks for helping us correct the error! Sorry for the confusion.
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Commented: Skylight question #2 Velux. 2 X 4. Sorry for the delay.
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Archadeck Piedmont Triad answered a question: Cost