Get Your Deck Ready for Winter

Your deck gets put to great use all summer and fall, but when the cold weather comes, how do you get your deck ready for the harsh New Hampshire winter? At Premier Deck, we specialize in designing and building some of the best decks in the state and helping our clients to maintain them. As winter approaches, here are four tips to help your deck not only survive, but thrive this winter. If you are looking to design and build a new deck for your home, reach out to us today!


Clean it Up

When getting your deck ready for winter, the first thing you need to do is clean it up. This means getting rid of clutter — whether that entails cleaning up dog toys or leaves that fell during the fall. Cleaning these things up can protect the wood and the finish of your deck!


Get Rid of Buildup

Mold and mildew tend to build up on your deck throughout the year, and removing them from the surface of your deck is necessary to resist the breakdown of your favorite summer hangout spot. If you have experienced mold or mildew damage to your deck, reach out to us today for the installation of a new one!


Get It Sealed

Sealing your deck surface before winter comes is a great way to preserve your deck. This protects it from water, wind, and other elements that your deck will face during the cold season. For more information about caring for your deck, reach out to us today!


Keep It Clean

Once winter is here, it’s vital to keep your deck clean throughout the whole season. From pushing snow to scraping off ice, the best maintenance is simply keeping your deck clear of debris! If your deck is in need of replacement because of years of harsh winters, reach out to Premier Deck today to have your custom deck designed and installed.


Winter can be harsh on your deck, but that doesn’t mean you have to give in! Utilizing these four tips can help your deck to come out on the other end of winter ready for long summer nights! If you are interested in a new deck installation, get started with Premier Deck today!

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