Outdoor Living Areas are among the top return on investment projects in the Kansas City real estate market. Typically, decks & screened porches, exterior siding, and kitchen remodels are the best value for home improvements in our area.
If you're exploring ideas for decks, screened porches, or patios, contact the experts. We welcome you to look through our gallery and get a glimpse at a few of our projects.
Our projects are custom designed and built by the DW Elite Decks' Team. The number of projects completed and the level of superior craftsmanship are unrivaled in the Kansas City deck industry.
Proposals and design consults are free of charge. To schedule a consultation and quote, please hit the bid request button below and provide us with much information as possible. DW Elite Decks' Showroom is located in Olathe, KS, and is open by appointment only. Please call to schedule a time so someone can be there to accommodate you.
You have many options when choosing a Kansas City deck builder. Be assured; we do not take your consideration for granted!
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Our crews build decks, screened porches, pergolas, and patios in the Kansas City Metro area. We service most of Southern Johnson County, Kansas and Southern Kansas City, Missouri, including but not limited to: Olathe, Overland Park, Shawnee, Lenexa, Leawood, Prairie Village, Mission Hills, Loch Lloyd, Merriam, Mission, Spring Hill, and Desoto
These pictures display a few of the projects we've constructed. Our designers can provide more photos of decks, screened porches, pergolas, stamped concrete, and masonry structures.
The most common outdoor structures today are composite decks. Most people are looking for a deck that requires minor maintenance possible. Composite decking fits this mold better than any other exterior-grade building material. Furthermore, reputable brands have proprietary technology to achieve unique looks and durability.
Screened porches and covered decks have gained wide popularity over the past fourteen years in Kansas City. The housing market crash of 2008 also brought the end of an era when many "jumped" houses every to two-five years. This trend was popular because building quick and sizeable equity during the housing market boom was easy using their overvalued home appreciation. People found it possible to achieve total equity when they had bought and sold four or five houses. However, the massive housing market crash, and subsequent global recession, triggered many homeowners to think of their most significant asset differently. People began to appreciate the quality of time they spent in their homes versus just using it to build wealth.