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Decks continue to rank highest among home improvement projects that will add value to your home. If you are in the market for pressure treated wood, low-maintenance composite, low-maintenance PVC, or exotic hardwood decking products such as Ipe and Mahogany, check out our recent projects below.
If you’re looking to organize an outdoor event but facing inclement weather is a cause for concern, then Cedarbrook’s range of roof-protected structures offers the ideal solution. With options such as fully screened-in porches and four-season rooms, your gathering will be safe from bugs, rain, or even snow. This ensures you get to make the most of your special occasion; come hail or shine! Investing in one of these protective additions gives you peace of mind that unexpected weather won’t ruin your plans.
Transform your Clarksburg property and give it long-lasting appeal with an exceptional porch from Cedarbrook. Our experienced team is committed to providing superior quality and meticulous attention to detail to create an outdoor area for you that is both practical and comfortable. When you invest in one of our porches, you get much more than just a dependable roofing system – the walls are tough and offer protection from unexpected weather conditions! Plus, there are countless features and advantages that come with investing in a professionally installed porch. It really pays off when you take the plunge!
Cedarbrook offers unparalleled quality outdoor living space solutions. Our 5-year workmanship warranty provides assurance to our clients that all of our services are crafted with family values and expert precision. Clients have the ability to choose from pressure-treated wood, low-maintenance PVC decking, tropical hardwoods, and beyond – we even specialize in paver patios, walkways, retaining walls, and fire pits. With a variety of options for customization, such as benches, planter boxes, and pergolas that can be tailored according to the customer’s desired style, your guests will be awed by your aesthetically pleasing yet personal touch.
Cedarbrook is a family-owned business based in Mount Airy, MD, and offers custom outdoor spaces for homeowners throughout central Maryland. We are passionate about bringing a personal touch to every project we take on, ensuring it meets the unique needs of each customer. Our licensed and insured services come at competitive prices, while creative designs crafted by our talented professionals have satisfied clients from Frederick, Carroll, Montgomery, and Howard counties. What’s more, we handle permitting on behalf of customers so they can rest easy knowing this sensitive process is being handled with expertise. With Cedarbrook, it’s easier than ever to create an outdoor space worthy of your dreams.
About Clarksburg, Maryland
Clarksburg is a census-designated place and an unincorporated area in northern Montgomery County, Maryland. It is located at the northern end of the Interstate 270 technology corridor, approximately four miles north of Germantown. As of the 2020 census, Clarksburg had a population of 29,051. As an unincorporated area, Clarksburg’s boundaries are not officially defined. Clarksburg is, however, recognized by the United States Census Bureau as a census-designated place and by the United States Geological Survey as a populated place.
Clarksburg is named for trader John G. Clark and was established at the intersection of the main road between Georgetown and Frederick and an old Seneca trail.
In 1964, the Montgomery County planning commission decided that Clarksburg would be the last community along Interstate 270 that would have large-scale development. The Montgomery County Council adopted a master plan for Clarksburg in 1968, which rezoned land for a mix of townhouses and single-family houses.
Clarksburg has many local hiking trails, small playgrounds, and sports fields. There are local campgrounds and community pools. Parks in the area include Little Bennett Park, Black Hill Regional Park, and Ridge Road Recreational Park. Multiple farms, private and public, serve production and tourism purposes.