Specialist Tradesmen for New Deck and Fence Construction

A new deck or fence is a great way to improve the overall functionality and aesthetics of your home, as well as increase the property’s value. However, most builders are occupied with house-building projects, keeping them busy. Pro Group are the experts that you can rely on for new decks and fence construction and builds in most areas across New Zealand. Our expert new deck and fence builders have extensive experience constructing and installing new decks and fences across New Zealand with quality workmanship guaranteed. We make it our priority to deliver you a reliable and prompt new deck and fence-building service that will last!

Types of Hardwood Used for New Decks and Fences

New decks can be constructed and finished with pine, Kwila or other hardwoods, or the newer Composites (timber particles and resin combined to give a weather-resistant finish), and fences can be traditional timber or prefabricated systems made from many types of materials.

Composite and Aluminium Decking and Fencing

We have partnered with Urban Group to supply and install their range of Stabiwood composite decking and fencing and their aluminium fencing systems. Composite and aluminium make for a great alternative to wooden decking and fencing options as they are more resistant to natural elements such as harsh weather, rot and insects that can damage the infrastructure. Composite and aluminium decking and fencing are also virtually maintenance-free, lasting a lifetime. They also come in amazing designs and colours, some of which can mimic the texture and aesthetics of wood.

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Why choose Deck&FencePro?

Deck and Fence Pro are seasoned industry players in the construction of new decks and fences in households all across New Zealand. Our deck and fence expert builders ensure you quick and reliable services with quality workmanship guaranteed. For all of your decking and fencing solutions, look no further than Deck and Fence Pro. Contact us today for a quote!

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  • Should I use oil or water-based deck stains?

    Water based deck stain is effectively very thin acrylic paint, so thin you can see though it. The problem with it is that it clogs up the pores of the timber making it extremely difficult to maintain because the old residue is virtually impossible to remove. We use good quality oil based wood stain that nourishes the timber and can be recoated time and time again.

  • Why does my kwila deck have splinters?

    Hardwoods such as kwila come from tropical climates that have a lot of moisture in the air. New Zealand’s harsh climate and intense sun quickly dries out the timber causing it to splinter. There is very little that can be done to remedy this, and kwila is becoming less popular as a decking timber.

  • Do you use a waterblaster to pre-clean the timber?

    We use a specialist eco-friendly solution to loosen dirt, contaminants, and dead timber cells followed by a controlled pressure wash to sluice this residue away. Our team are very skilled at this process. Using a waterblaster alone can damage the surface of the timber because the water jet needs to be very close to the timber to have any effect.

  • How do I maintain my restored deck, fence, or furniture?

    A wood stain generally requires a top up coat every 12-18 months to replenish the nourishing oils and UV blockers. We can arrange an on-going maintenance schedule with you following the restoration process that will include a light clean followed by a recoat of the wood stain. In between scheduled maintenance, a mild detergent is all that is needed to remove any bird droppings or spills, and a spray with a moss and lichen inhibitor during winter can also help. It is important to not use harsh deck cleaning agents that may remove the oils contained in the stain. Painted surfaces generally last longer than stained ones but are more susceptible to abrasion.

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0508 422 532

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