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3112 Merriam Lane, Kansas City, KS 66106
M-F: 8am – 5pm
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is Decked Out Licensed & Insured?
We are licensed to provide home construction and remodeling services in both Kansas and Missouri
Can you install smart outdoor lighting and automation systems?
Yes, we can! Check out this pergola project for an example.
Does Decked Out offer financing?
No, unfortunately, Decked Out does not offer financing.
What are my responsibilities working with Decked Out?
If you decide to work with Decked Out, you will need to obtain any permissions from Homes Association. We will handle any local building permits needed.
You will also be responsible for supplying all electricity and water and any additional facilities required by Decked Out at the job site.
What does working with Decked Out look like?
When you reach out to Decked Out, one of our staff will follow up with you to get details about your project. We will schedule a time to visit your home in person so we can see the space(s) you are concerned about with our own eyes.
Once we get information about your unique needs, we will prepare an estimate for you. The estimate is good for 30 days.
Once you give us the green light to begin work, we will do our best to:
- complete the work in a workmanlike manner according to standard practices.
- communicate regularly with you during the project to notify you of progress and necessary actions and changes.
- strive to maintain a clean and organized work site.
All projects require a deposit for us to begin our work. Once the project has been completed, the remaining balance of the project is due in full.
We offer warranties on every project. Decked Out guarantees construction performed on our projects or a period of one year from the date of commencement of use, substantial completion or date of notice of completion, whichever comes first.