Richmond, VA (PRWEB) May 02, 2014
Archadeck Outdoor Living, a company recognized as North America’s largest deck and porch builder recently announced their support of Deck Safety Month, an awareness effort established in 2006 by NADRA, the North American Deck and Railing Association.
Archadeck, established in 1980, has built more than 100,000 outdoor living projects across the country with deck design and building one of the company’s most popular project categories. “As the outdoor living trend continues to rise, so has the importance of deck safety," explained Rob Haislip, VP of Operations for Archadeck Outdoor Living. "With over 40 million decks in the United States twenty years or older and deck collapse accidents on the rise, we felt it was important to not only support the NADRA Deck Safety campaign, but establish our own deck safety initiative we’ve called BE SAFER,” said Mr. Haislip.
The BE SAFER campaign promotes the importance of conducting a yearly deck safety inspection. The acronym ties into each area that should be examined and evaluated as part of a thorough deck safety inspection. The 7-step BE SAFER deck safety evaluation includes inspecting:
Archadeck Outdoor Living prides itself on providing quality and craftsmanship with decks built 40-60% safer than local building codes require. Safety is the company’s number one priority and in addition to a detailed explanation on the BE SAFER deck safety checklist, additional safety tips and suggestions can be found on the company’s website at http://www.archadeck.com.
Archadeck Outdoor Living is North America’s largest builder of custom-designed and built decks, screened porches, sunrooms, outdoor living rooms, outdoor kitchens and outdoor living structures. Qualified Remodeler and Remodeler Magazine consistently rank Archadeck at the top of their respective annual “Best” lists. Archadeck projects have graced the covers of Gardens, Decks and Patios and Decks & Backyard Projects. The company has been featured in articles in This Old House, Smart Money, Coastal Living, Better Homes & Gardens and Gardening & Deck Design, as well as on HGTV. Additional information can be viewed at http://www.archadeck.com.