Recent Review: Atlantic Deck was one of four companies we selected from Angie's List to provide designs/estimates for our deck project. Zeth came to the house and took the time to explain decking, railing, lighting, and design options. The estimate we received was very detailed and broke out the separate cost points for various options. We were not entirely sold on the initial design, but after we chose one that we liked, we went back to Zeth for an updated estimate. Work was scheduled quickly after we signed the contract. Prior to construction, the only issue we had was with the incorrect railing material being ordered/delivered but it was taken care of immediately after one quick phone call and construction was not delayed. Cody was our project manager and was really great to work with. He kept us well informed and was very responsive to questions or concerns we had during construction. Cody also provided great input throughout the project and took action on every small issue we raised. We were so impressed with their workmanship and attention to detail that we signed a contract for a stamped concrete patio midway during the deck construction. Again, Cody was the project manager for the patio project and maintained the same level of communication as with the deck. One of the most impressive things we found with Atlantic Deck was the level of detail performed during the final walk through. In addition to the minor issues we found, Cody identified several that we had overlooked that your regular homeowner would not notice. All were fixed immediately with Cody doing the work himself. He even took pictures of a board that has the potential to become an issue in the future to ensure it was noted and could be monitored. Overall, our experience with Atlantic Deck was excellent. They were not the least expensive, but when small details such as lighting and trim work are added in and the level of craftsmanship, attention to detail, and communication are factored in, working with them is worth every penny. Several of our neighbors have told us how much they love our deck and patio and our next door neighbors are working on a deck and patio project with Atlantic Deck right now. We definitely look for them to provide us with the same level of service when we are ready to add a bathroom and room to our basement. UPDATE: Still very happy with the deck but the stamped concrete patio is another issue. Based on the craftsmanship of their deck work, we had Atlantic Deck provide an estimate for a stamped concrete patio. Although the cost was somewhat higher than other estimates we decided to go with them as an add-on project - another $10K added to the total. Big mistake!! After just under three years the concrete is spalled in multiple spots and the patio is ruined. Based on four inspections/estimates from actual concrete professionals, the concrete was overworked when it was poured leaving a surface layer that is prone to spalling. All contractors that inspected the patio stated that the slab integrity was compromised and recommended that the best fix was to tear it all out and re-pour the slab. Other options included grinding the patio down and either resurfacing with a waterproof, polymer modified cement or adding a thin stone or concrete paver overlay. I contacted Zeth regarding the issue with the patio. On the phone I was told that, per Atlantic Deck?s warranty, the patio work was not under warranty, even though the contract specifically states that there is a 5 year warranty for structural issues. I set up an inspection with Zeth anyway and he came out with Atlantic Decks new concrete person (apparently they replaced the crew that did my concrete work) to take a look. I was given a number of reasons as to why the concrete may have failed (weather, salt/ice melt ?never used on the patio), none of which addressed the concrete being overworked when it was poured. I was also told that the 5 year structural warranty in the contract, does not apply to concrete work, though that is not stated. Zeth was kind enough to provide an estimate for three repair options ranging from $1250.00 (repairing the holes with hardener) to $4950.00 (overlay with pavers) neither of which included grinding the slab down and NO warranty!! Between my next door neighbor and I Atlantic deck received several additional jobs within our community based on our recommendation. I would recommend them again for a deck but could not in good conscience recommend them for concrete work. Take the time to find a good concrete contractor that does not sub out their concrete work and provides a warranty. You?ll save time and money in the end.