Custom Deck-Building For Your New Hampshire Business

At Premier Deck, we have been building custom residential decks in the New Hampshire area and parts of Maine for over two decades. Now, we are happy to announce that we are also offering commercial deck building services — so your business can take advantage of your outdoor space in the spring, summer, and fall months. 

What Businesses Could Benefit From A Deck? 

There are a great number of businesses here in the New Hampshire area that could benefit from having an outdoor business space. Because of our temperate spring, summer, and fall temperatures here in the Northeastern United States, a deck patio space can be an enticing addition that attracts local customers. Some common businesses that could benefit from having a deck/outdoor space are:

  • Restaurants
  • Golf courses
  • Breweries
  • Coffee shops
  • And more!

What Makes Commercial Decks Different From Residential Decks? 

When you decide that it is time to have a custom deck built for your business, it is important to choose a qualified deck contractor. Due to the rules and regulations mandated by commercial code requirements, different considerations must be made when designing and building a deck for a commercial space.  At Premier Deck, we consider all of the following when we build custom decks for businesses:

Means Of Egress

International Building Code (IBC) defines “means of egress” 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.” To put it simply, there must be a quality means of exit access, a quality exit itself, and proper access for people to move away from the exit in the event of an emergency. 

Accessibility

Falling within the means of egress standards is accessibility. As a business owner, it is your responsibility to provide adequate accessibility for those who are disabled — meaning that our deck contractors will build elevation changes on the deck with no more than two steps and will create ramps and means of travel for those with disabilities to access your deck. 

Occupancy

Decks for commercial spaces must be able to hold more people than residential decks. That being said, they must also be built to withstand a greater load. Our team of custom deck contractors will work within the occupancy code requirements for your governing area — ensuring that your new deck is code-compliant. 

Contact Our Commercial Deck Building Team Today

If you own a business in the greater New Hampshire area and are looking for a qualified, experienced custom deck builder, we urge you to get in touch with us today. We would love to visit your business and discuss your needs so that we can begin the deck-building process. 

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