My name is Bill Renter. I’m the owner of Deck and Patio Company deck builder in Huntington Station. Hurricane Sandy hit my home badly, and 2- 50′ trees landed on the roof. Luckily my home was not damaged, but the thought of how I would get these trees off of my home scared me. Fortunately I have someone I could call and the trees were removed safely.
I’m lucky to have my electric restored at my home and office. Because I have this gift of power back I am able to communicate and help my neighbors on Long Island and Huntington township. If you live in the Huntington area and need help with removing branches, debris, or a small outdoor fix, we are offering 1/2 hour of free service (with 2 men) yes free no strings attached. If you need additional help we have tree, landscape, deck, mason, pond, swimming pool, Hot Tub, and patio experts on staff and ready to work that can help with repair, replacement, or removal of damaged anything outdoors.
Although our free service offer is extended to our local neighbors, we will still offer discounted pricing for distressed families on Long Island who need our help. We are a deck builder and we repair, paver patio builder and we repair, swimming pool builder and we repair, along with Hot tubs, landscape, mason, and tree removal experts.
Over the last few days we have seen the effects of Hurricane Sandy on Long Island, and especially in Huntington, Dix Hills, Babylon, West Islip, Massapequa, Bellmore, Merrick, Oceanside and Bayshore New York.
These are some photos of the damage done by Hurricane Sandy to fallen trees and tree removal in Huntington and Dix Hills New York
These are some photos of the damage done to a deck and patio by Hurricane Sandy in Babylon New York
These are some photos of the damage done by Hurricane Sandy to a Bullfrog Hot Tub and spa in Babylon New York
Bill, thanks very much for all your help. We are in Atlanta visiting our son in college. I don’t think we will be able to fly back tomorrow. Take care. K—–
We cannot thank you enough for your generous offer of help this weekend. Our deck was cleared carefully and quickly and we are most grateful. It’s not often that a company shows such concern and support to past customers. Thank you for being the thoughtful company that you have proved yourself to be. Sincerely, Barbara and Harold H——–
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help a little or a lot of help and we will respond quickly.
The Deck and Patio company is concerned about old and poorly built decks. Decks are the perfect place to enjoy warm weather with friends and loved ones. With May upon us, the days are getting longer and it’s not too hot or too cool to go outside to spend time relaxing, firing up the grill, or throwing a party on the deck. For many, this time is generally spent on decks.
After the winter months, when snow and ice have hit hard, decks can develop trouble spots. Some of the common reasons a deck will collapse ranges from age of the deck, poor maintenance, exceeding its load capacity to improper building methods.
Below are some common tips to check:
Substructure – Check several different areas of the deck to be sure the wood substructure is still sound. This includes the ledger board (where the deck attaches to the house and a common source of deck failure), support posts and joists under the deck.
Railing and Balusters – These should be secure. Push on them to be sure there is no give.
Stairs – Check any railings or handrails to be sure they are firmly held in place; check also the risers and stringers to be certain they are securely attached. Keep stair pathways clear of planters, decor, toys and other items that can present a tripping hazard.
Lighting and Electrical – Clean any light covers to allow maximum light to shine through and trim any plants or trees limbs that may be blocking light. Be sure all electrical outlets, appliances and features are up to code, in good condition and childproof if children are present. Watch that any electrical cords do not present a tripping hazard.
Cleaning and Maintenance – Clean away any leaves and debris, since they can be slippery.
Outdoor Furniture and Storage – Test all outdoor furniture to be sure it is sturdy. Avoid placing seating right at the edge of the deck. If you have a swing or hammock installed, test the chains and ropes to be sure they are secure.
Surrounding Trees – If you have trees overhanging your deck, make certain there is no danger of decaying limbs breaking free and falling from trees surrounding the deck.