Below are the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) that our customers ask us, and the correct answer to the questions.
Q. Do we need council approvals?
A. We will let you know at quoting time. If it is necessary we organise everything for you.
Q. Do we need to have plans drawn up?
A. No, we include design and drafting as part of our service.
Q. Do we need to get insurance for the build?
A. We organise the Compulsory Home Warranty Insurance through QBCC (Queensland Builders Construction Commission.) We encourage you to notify your home and contents insurer of the build as they may have stipulated it as necessary in their product disclosure statement.
Q. Are you and all of your trades fully qualified and licensed?
A. We are fully qualified and licensed builders. Our license number is 1056330. We use only fully qualified trades people in all facets of building.
Q. Does your work come with a warranty?
A. Yes, all of our work has a seven year warranty and all materials carry the manufacturers warranty.
Q. Why should I choose All We Do Is Decks to build my deck or patio?
A. We are fully qualified and highly experienced builders who have elected to specialise in deck and patio building. With us you will get high quality, longevity and customer satisfaction for a fair price.
Q. What is the best timber to use for a deck?
A. The best timber for one person may not be the best timber for another as it will depend on what look you are trying to achieve, what your budget is and other factors that may be important to you (eco-friendly, sustainable, durable, appearance, etc). Treated pine is the cheapest and most common timber used in decking. While more expensive, hardwood is more durable and also has many other advantages. All We Do Is Decks has several Australian grown hardwood options available including Blackbutt, Jarrah, Spotted Gum, Ironbark, Sydney Blue Gum, Tallow Wood and River Red. Internationally grown timber is also available. Feel free to ask us for suggestions and pricing for different types of timber decking materials
Q. Are composite or eco decks cheaper and longer lasting? What are the advantages and disadvantages of composite decking?
A. The answer to this question is here.