Cap City Decks & Patios Q & A

We have been in business since 2020, but our team has more than 30 years of combined experience in deck and patio construction.

Yes we do. You can request a free estimate here.

Yes, we will present you with options while on site during our estimate. We present all customers with free catalogs that include plenty of material choices and design options.

Reputation, reputation, reputation. Look at their Google reviews. When you called, did they answer the phone? And how long did it take to get an estimate? Ninety percent of the time we do ours in-person, on-site and during the first meeting. So when we leave, you know exactly how much it’s going to cost.

Every job is different and it depends on the project. If your project doesn’t require a permit, we’re going to stay there until your project is finished. Most projects are completed in one week. If your project does require a permit — because of the inspection process — you can expect at least three  weeks before completion.

It can vary from project to project, depending on the size and complexity. We will present you with a formal quote.

Yes we do and we’re glad to share them. You can check our Google Business Profile, Home Advisor pages or this website for testimonials.

Yes we do. Check our Gallery page on this website here.

Yes. While we do encourage homeowner input, we don’t require you to be on site while we’re working. All we need is access to electricity and water.

We work on projects within a 30-mile drive of Columbus.

Yes, we work year-round depending on the weather conditions.

Yes, we are licensed and insured in every city and municipality in which we work.

Yes, we offer a two-year limited craftsmanship warranty. Some of our materials have manufacturers’ warranties of up to 30 years.

Every project is different. We will discuss the need for a permit during your free on-site estimate.

A new deck or patio is always a good long-term investment. A new wood deck will recover 106 percent of its value when the home is sold, according to a study by the National Association of Realtors and National Association of Landscape Professionals.

Newly built brick paver patio
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