Financing Your Deck

Depending upon the size, scope, and detail of your fence, deck, or pergola project, we understand that the majority of projects are quite a costly investment. Whether adding a new project or replacing an aging fence, deck, or pergola, the decision making process can be daunting. Investing in such a project not only provides a boost in the value of your property, but also provides years of functionality and enjoyment for you. All those things said, in most cases there is also a large financial investment required to complete a fence, deck, or pergola that should be considered.

CFC Fences and Decks requires 50% down prior to the scheduling of a project and then the remaining 50% upon completion. Although some may be able to easily meet those requirements, it may be more difficult for others to have the financial resources upfront. CFC Fences and Decks found a way to help provide another option by utilizing financing through a program offered by US Bank. The program is a consumer credit card with 0% APR for a period of 3-12 months, depending upon creditworthiness and approval. The process is simple and you can even apply online at: https://www.usbank.com/credit-cards/platinum.html . Additionally, you can visit a local branch to apply as well. Once you have received your credit card, contact CFC Fences and Decks to pay in full on the upcoming project. Keep in mind that the application, approval, and receipt of the credit card can take a little bit of extra time, so you will want to plan your fence, deck, or pergola project timing accordingly. We look forward to working with you!

A Quick Note About Reviews

With the Utah deck season gearing up as things get warmer we wanted to leave a quick note about referrals and reviews.

As is true with any company, referrals and reviews are a lifeblood of CFC Fences and Decks. The best thing any of our customers could give CFC Fences and Decks is a positive review or referral. As for reviews, it doesn’t matter whether you have just completed a fence, deck, or pergola project or it’s been completed for a while, we’d love for you to post a review online about your experience with CFC Fences and Decks.

There are several websites where reviews can be posted such as Google, KSL, Angie’s List, and Facebook. Feel free to also post pictures of your fence, deck, or pergola project on Facebook and tag CFC Fences and Decks in them.

As far as referrals are concerned, if you have any friends, family, or colleagues considering a fence, deck, or pergola project or are currently in search of a company to complete such a project, please send them our way and have them let us know you sent them.

We appreciate all of our customers and are especially grateful for those who go the extra mile and take the time to post a review for the company’s benefit.

Trex Decking Featured in HGTV’s “Green Home”

Trex decking is known for it’s industry leading, environmental friendly design. Recently HGTV announced that  they were going to use Trex composite decking in its completely green home. Read more about their revolutionary home here. Did we mention that you could win this home? Check out HGTV to enter to win this home.

Trex Composite Decking

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If you’ve taken the virtual home tour or the public home tour, you know that HGTV Green Home 2012 is a true stunner. And it was that way even before a single piece of furniture was placed inside. I was taken by interior designer Linda Woodrum’s comment, during our recent interview: “The night before the furniture arrived, I was sad it was coming in,” she said. “I felt structurally it was so beautiful. I wanted to wait. I wanted to just enjoy the space. The unfurnished kitchen-dining-great room was gorgeous — so elegant, in an informal way.”

Want to learn more about the bones of this beautiful home? Please pop over to HGTVRemodels.comand watch the videos listed below. Then pop back here to post your thoughts.

• HGTV Dream Home 2012: A Small Home That Lives Large
• Modern Southern Farmhouse Design Details
• Modern Home Design With Minimal Trim
• Architectural Details of HGTV Green Home 2012