Increase your company’s bottom line. Haven Underdeck is your new resource for purchasing underdeck systems and accessories you can use to enhance your client’s outdoor living experience.
Haven Underdeck ships materials across the United States and Canada for the DIY and contractor markets. Southeastern Underdeck is the installation source for South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama.
Underdeck systems have increased in popularity as more people gravitate to the outdoors, especially during warmer months. They create a dry, usable space under an elevated deck. Dimmable LED lighting and pest-free screens help ratchet the “wow” factor up a notch.
But best of all, you can easily learn how to install an underdeck rain-carrying system by watching the five educational videos that cover all facets of an installation. They are available 24/7 on the Haven Underdeck website. (www.HavenUnderdeck.com)
You can choose a smooth finish or upgrade to a bead-board or wood grain embossed finish. Pick one of the 27 colors available to perfectly accent the home’s exterior.
The proprietary all-aluminum underdeck system is designed so any individual panel can be removed without disturbing the adjacent panels.
Headquartered in Buford, Ga., Haven Underdeck is your best resource for underdeck rain-carrying systems. Let us provide you with a free estimate today. We are committed to using quality products and delivering exceptional customer service.
June 14, 2010 | With temperatures topping the 80s, chances are you’ve already been relaxing on your deck. Or maybe adding a deck is high on your summer agenda.
As many as 3 million homeowners add decks to their homes each year, according to the North American Deck and Railing Association. Municipalities require permits for new deck construction, but not all contractors or homeowners file the appropriate paperwork, so many decks aren’t inspected or even built safely.
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April 15, 2010 | There are many ways to get yourself out before the public. Building a float and participating in some local parades is a good way to show people that you are out there. This is one thing that we did this past year. Operating from word of mouth with practically no marketing budget for almost ten full years, this economy drove us to getting our name out in front of many more homeowners. The float idea came up and seemed like an inexpensive and fun way to accomplish this. It also gave an opportunity to work at something that was not constrained by the site or someone else’s ideas.
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