Royal Oak, MI Deck Cleaning and Supreme Deck Restoration – we specialize in sealing, staining, cleaning, repair, refinishing, building, and maintenance of composite and wood decks. plus all other exterior wood. We have serviced over 20,000 decks in the Royal Oak, Birmingham, Berkley, Madison Heights, Troy, Ferndale and Southfield (MI) Michigan areas since 1991. We are detail and quality oriented providing you the best service in the deck refinishing and building industry. We have the ability to remove most prior coatings and restore them with new and improved penetrating contractor oil based coatings (Olympic, TWP, Rymar, Messmers UV Plus for Hardwoods, Sikkens, and Superdeck). Unlike other deck cleaners, handymen, and contractors, we don’t require a deposit to book your restoration job. It’s just another way we strive to provide you with peace of mind. Decks, log homes, exterior teak furniture, & wood fences are what we do best and exterior wood surfaces are all we do. We offer deck repair of simply one board to leveling the main support posts of your deck. We are a full service deck maintenance company that can handle all of your decking needs. By HAND BRUSHING all of our deck stain, exterior oil based coatings, preservatives and treatments on all the decks we stain is why we are Michigan’s Premier deck restoration and refinishing contractors. You can also trust Supreme Deck Restoration in the cleaning and restoration of your exotic hardwood decking such as IPE, Mahogany or bamboo. We are an Angies List service winner for 2017.
Repair of wood decks in Royal Oak, MI , Michigan is becoming a popular service for homeowners. We are a one stop shop for decks. Most companies either offer deck repair, deck building, or deck pressure washing. So, you will have to deal with multiple contractors. Most deck builders will not even quote for a simple board repair because it is not worth their time and most handyman can’t pull a permit for a deck build. Supreme Deck is large enough to employ handymen and is a licensed deck builder. Since we have two divisions we can intermix our services. We can do repairs to code and pull a permit if needed. The core of our business still remains cleaning and sealing.
Supreme Deck’s building division specializes in construction of wood and composite decks. Supreme Deck Michigan’s largest Trex installer of Trex deck and is a TrexPro Platinum installer. Click here for a deck building estimate from Supreme Deck Builders in Michigan. Supreme Deck is a licensed and insured Michigan deck builder. Deck replacement or “re-deck” and is becoming a popular option with many Royal Oak, MI Michigan home owners. It is a less expensive option than a complete build, because we can use the framing of your current deck. Cedar deck floors usually rot out first, thus requiring a new floor.
Don’t let your wooden deck in Royal Oak, MI Michigan go unprotected. Metro Detroit, Ann Arbor, Rochester Hills, Novi, and Brighton Michigan (MI) weather can be harsh on your wood deck, log home and fence. Your exterior Cedar, Pressure Treated, and exotic hardwood deck is a large investment and favorite gathering place for your family and friends. In order to keep your deck restored, safe, and clean, you need to make sure it’s properly sealed & maintained. Count on a professional deck contracting company like Supreme Deck Restoration to insure that your Michigan exterior wood deck, composite Trex deck, log home, teak furniture, Rainbow Play set, and fence is protected for years to come.
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Royal Oak developed as a suburb of Detroit in the early 20th century, following Detroit’s booming growth as a result of industrialization and its auto industry.
The Royal Oak Farmers Market opened as a truck market, at the corner of 4th and Troy streets, on October 14, 1925 as a cooperative venture between the then-new City of Royal Oak and Oakland County, Michigan. There were still numerous farmers in the county. The present structure, at the corner of 11 Mile Road and Troy Street, is adjacent to the 44th District Court. It was erected in the spring of 1927 and dedicated July 1 of that year.
In the 1920s, Father Charles Coughlin, a Canadian Catholic priest who relocated to Detroit, became the founding pastor of the Shrine of the Little Flower, now a prominent landmark in the city. Through his ministry, he raised funds to build the present limestone church complex and tower. Initially he broadcast religious speeches from this site.
During the 1930s, his broadcasts became more political. He initially supported President Franklin D. Roosevelt, then opposed him and promoted the causes of the fascist leaders of Germany and Italy. The Roosevelt administration closed down his radio operation after the outbreak of World War II, with support from the Catholic hierarchy. Coughlin had developed national political influence and had an increasingly anti-semitic message, at a time when Jewish people were being severely persecuted in Germany.
The downtown originally had a typical mixture of small-scale retail and trade to serve the city of Royal Oak. With the development of the highway system in the postwar period, it lost business to suburban malls. Since the late 1990s and early 2000s, however, Royal Oak’s downtown has developed as an entertainment and nightlife destination. A number of large condominiums and lofts have been built in the area, increasing the density of the downtown population.