Cost overview for wooden terraces
The tables show an overview of a rather cheap and a rather expensive wooden terrace from our range. In terms of quality and durability, both reach high standards. The differences lie in the construction and the typical properties of the wood.
Cheap can become expensive
Of course, wooden terraces can also be built at significantly lower material costs. In this case, woods with a lower durability are usually used. In a long-term calculation, however, the assembly costs and the recurring material procurement must also be taken into account. With less durable wood, the terrace must be replaced every five to ten years. Terraces with a high level of durability can have a service life of a good 25 years.
Price for the craftsman
The price that a terrace builder charges for a wooden terrace project also depends heavily on the size of the terrace and the local conditions. If the terrace is to be laid on a level and solid base, this is cheaper than laying on a slope with earthworks. Large areas are also cheaper per square meter than smaller areas. Therefore, a serious offer can only be made by a craftsman after inspection. In any case, you should reckon with €70 per square meter.
Planner and calculator for price calculation
The Betterwood we offer you two tools with which you can estimate the material costs of your terrace. Of the patio planner creates a comprehensive offer with installation plan included. With the terrace calculator you can try it out online to see which configuration would cost how much.
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Building instructions wooden terrace
Prepare the subsurface
meadow or earth
stone or concrete
roof or balcony
Lay out the foundation
Establish height compensation
Lay the substructure
Select saw blade
Screw the decking boards together
Building instructions terrace screws
Assembly instruction clips
Fade wooden terrace
Decking boards crooked