Don't Get Ripped Off! Supreme Deck Restoration firm owner Craig Niner Advises How to Pick a Legitimate Deck Contractor

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A bad economy brings out the worst in home contractors. Supreme Deck Restoration offers an easy way to avoid the current scams.

Avoid being ripped off and get the job done right.

Contractor Fraud is on the rise. Craig Niner of Supreme Deck Restoration teaches how to avoid being ripped off.

According to the Government Contractors Network (GovCon) contractor scams rise in a bad economy.

According to the non-profit The National Center for the Prevention of Home Improvement Fraud (NCPHIF) contractor fraud has been consistently increasing over the past three years.
Finding a professional, high quality deck restoration and cleaning contractor, particularly in these difficult financial times, can be a challenge.

With 20 years experience in the industry, Craig Niner, owner of Supreme Deck, a long standing deck restoration company, and a local graduate of Michigan State University, spotted new opportunities in the deck restoration market and founded in 1991.

Niner teaches how to avoid getting ripped off by home contractors.], Inc. in 1991. Since then, he has successfully refinished more than twelve thousand decks in the Rochester Hills, Ann Arbor, Novi, and Brighton areas of Michigan.

With over twenty years of experience in the refinishing industry, Niner advises people to conduct sufficient research and do their homework before choosing a deck restoration company. Wooden decks should be serviced by experts in order to guarantee the best results. These experts possess the skills to restore wooden decks to their original condition, using a number of top quality, oil-based wood sealers and preservatives, designed to protect wood inside and out.

Supreme Deck Restoration is one of Michigan’s largest deck restoration companies, catering annually to numerous contract clients, including large condo complexes. Each of their experienced, well-trained employees has been with Supreme Desk Restoration for at least five years.

Craig Niner warns, “It is very easy to get ripped off by contractors, which is why Supreme Deck Restoration will never employ subcontractors. My partner and I are on our job sites daily, heading up our own crews, because top quality service is about building long-term relationships with all our customers.”

Niner points out that trunk slammer contractors will use high pressure to strip, remove, or restore a deck, a practice that damages the wood. Water in pressure washing cannot remove oil-based coatings — only a chemical stripper can do that. Some companies will even surprise customers with an additional charge to strip the deck of its original coating. A reputable company like Niner's doesn’t.

Supreme Deck Restoration prides itself on never demanding a deposit to book a deck restoration job, and the quality of their work sets them above other industry competitors. Every stain and sealer is meticulously hand-brushed to avoid damage; they never use sprayers, which can result in uneven cover and faulty protection.

When choosing a deck restoration or service company, chose one that works like Supreme Deck Restoration.

Supreme Deck Restoration, Inc. specializes in deck cleaning in Michigan, primarily in Rochester Hills, Troy, Farmington Hills, Livonia, Canton, Northville, Novi, Brighton, Ann Arbor, Plymouth, and Clarkston areas, and throughout Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, and Livingston Counties.

For more information on how to chose a contractor, even if you use someone else, contact
Supreme Deck Restoration, Inc.26221 Grand River Ave. Redford, MI 48240


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