COMMERCIAL DECK BUILDING SERVICES
OFFERING CUSTOM DECK BUILDING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.
YOUR LOCAL COMMERCIAL DECK BUILDER
Premier Deck is your local commercial deck builder, here in the Alton, Portsmouth, Greenland, Eliot, and Kittery areas. As the premier custom deck contractor in the area, it is our goal to help businesses like yours create the outdoor business space of their dreams.
If you have a restaurant, bar, brewery, golf course, coffee shop, or any other business that could benefit from having a new, functional outdoor space, we urge you to get in touch with us today. Premier Deck has been building custom commercial decks for years — and we want yours to be next.
OUR COMMERCIAL DECK BUILDING SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Project Planning & Designs
- A Detailed Proposal And Quote
- Quick, Painless Construction
- A Complimentary Two-Year Deck Check And A Five-Year Warranty
YOUR LOCAL COMMERCIAL DECK BUILDERS
Are You Considering having a commercial deck installed on your commercial property? If so, we don’t blame you. At Premier Deck, your local commercial deck builder in New Hampshire, we believe that any business could benefit from having an outdoor space. Whether you own a country club looking to build an outdoor lounge for spectators or a restaurant looking to increase your functional seating space in the summer, a custom deck built by our commercial deck builders is perfect for you.
For more than two decades, Premier Deck has provided northeastern New Hampshire and southeastern Maine with high-quality custom deck builds. Whether you are a homeowner who wants a deck to house their above ground pool or a business owner looking to raise the customer occupancy of their property by 50–100 people, our team is more than happy to work with you to design and build the deck of your dreams. Continue reading to learn more about our commercial deck builder services.
Commercial Deck Building Services
WHAT IS A COMMERCIAL DECK?
When people think of commercial decks, they usually think of any normal residential deck built to a larger scale on a commercial property. While yes, in the simplest definition a commercial deck is a deck on a commercially-zoned property, there are many subtle differences between a commercial and residential deck. Below, we have outlined some of the key differences between commercial and residential decks, as well as how our commercial deck builders can help meet codes and standards put in place by your local government.
For construction of any kind, there are unique building codes that regulate how construction can and cannot be done. For commercial decks, the codes are designed with safety in mind. Being that most commercial decks are built with the intent for high occupancy, there are a number of structural requirements and accessibility requirements that must be met.
For commercial decks, in particular, a builder and business owner might decide to make the deck part of the exit, part of the exit discharge, or part of the exit access — all of which have different building requirements. When you work with the team at Premier Deck, you can rest easy knowing that our experienced commercial deck builders will design your deck to meet your business’ needs and build the deck in compliance with the appropriate building code.
Unless you have never had construction done on your property, you likely know that almost all new construction requires a building permit from your local government. At Premier Deck, we have an extensive knowledge in permit acquisition and are here to help you acquire the necessary paperwork and approval for your new commercial deck.
As a homeowner, you have a pretty good idea of who will be using your deck and what unique needs that people might have. Because of this, residential decks can generally be built in a way that meets the needs of the homeowner and the homeowner’s immediate family. For commercial decks, however, it is unknown what type of needs that future patrons might have — meaning that the deck must be built to be accessible by anyone.
At Premier Deck, we have extensive experience building commercial decks that can be accessible to people with a variety of disabilities. When you work with our commercial deck builders, our team will ensure that your new outdoor space is accessible to everyone — regardless of what kind of disabilities your future patrons might have.
Means Of Egress
Means of egress is defined by the International Building Code (IBC) as a “continuous and unobstructed path of vertical and horizontal egress travel from any occupied portion of a building or structure to a public way.” In short, this means that there must be adequate entrances and exits to deal with the large occupancy of your commercial space.
As experienced commercial deck builders, we understand the rules and regulations that relate to means of egress. Because of this, we can build your commercial deck in a way that will facilitate the flow of traffic should your patrons and staff have to leave safely in an emergency situation.
As a commercial property owner, you likely know that there is a maximum occupancy for every space. The occupancy of an already constructed space is determined by a local government inspector. That said, if you are building a commercial structure you have a better opportunity to create a space that meets your desired occupancy needs.
When you work with our commercial deck builders at Premier Deck, you can rest assured that our team will build you an outdoor space that greatly increases the maximum occupancy of your property.
Residential decks are usually built with a small group of people in mind. After all, a beautiful custom deck in your backyard will only ever see high traffic when you decide to have people over for a party or barbecue. Because of this, they don’t need to be overly-reinforced. Commercial decks, however, are designed to hold the weight of a large number of people for long periods of time and heavy traffic. Because of this, the deck must be built strong and the deck must be built to remain strong for years to come.
At Premier Deck, our helical pile foundations can be specially tailored to creating a more stable base for your commercial deck. In doing so, your deck will remain structurally sound even during high-traffic times and the years to come. Learn more about our helical pile foundations today.
Last, but certainly not least, the way that a commercial deck is designed is much different than one might design a residential deck. When designing a residential deck, the main concerns are to create an outdoor space that is easily accessible and can comfortably fit a small number of people. When designing a residential deck, however, it is important that you consider the amount of people who will be on the deck at one time, how people could safely exit the deck in an emergency, and how to make the deck accessible for those who have disabilities — not to mention that it should also be designed in a way that optimizes the flow of staff and patron traffic.
As experienced custom deck designers, our team of commercial deck builders is here to work with you to design and build your dream deck. We will bring our existing commercial deck building knowledge, you will bring your ideas and needs, and we will work together to design you the beautiful, functional deck that your business deserves.
THE COMMERCIAL DECK BUILDING PROCESS
As a business owner, you might already recognize the various ways that an outdoor space could benefit your business — but having a commercial deck designed and built is a tedious process, right? Not when you work with Premier Deck!
At Premier Deck, it is our goal to design and build your new commercial deck quickly and efficiently. Below, we have briefly outlined our commercial deck building process.
Before we begin building your new commercial deck, we’d like to stop by your property and discuss your needs and vision for the project. Our hands-on, informative consultation process is specially designed to give us all of the information that we need to design you a beautiful, functional deck that you can be proud to have attached to your business. Next, we will design the deck and get back in touch when we have a draft for you to review.
After we discuss your vision for your future deck and your needs in a commercial space, we will draft a design. Our experienced commercial deck builders draft each design prior to the build date because we want you to be completely satisfied with your future deck before we break ground on the project.
Once you have reviewed our design draft and approved it, it is time to talk about logistics. Before we break ground on the project, we will provide you with a detailed proposal that includes pricing, building plans, and any other information that you might need before our commercial deck builders start on your project.
Once You Have Reviewed The Proposal, It’s Time For Us To Build Your Dream Deck!
Contact Us Today To Schedule Your Commercial Deck Consultation
If you have considered having a deck built on your commercial property, we urge you to schedule a consultation with a member of our team today. Outdoor deck spaces for restaurants, cafes, and other service industry businesses are a great way to increase functional space while giving your customers the option to sit outside in the summer. That said, many business owners are scared away by the seemingly tedious process of having a deck built — and we are here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be that way! Contact us today to schedule a consultation to discuss our quick, effortless, and pain-free commercial deck building experience.