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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.
When hosting an outdoor event, you never know what conditions Mother Nature will bring. Put your mind at ease and invest in a Cedarbrook porch or structure to stay protected from whatever the forecast has in store! With our array of screened-in porches, open porches, screen rooms, and four-season rooms all completely covered by a roof to keep away bugs and showers alike, you can confidently plan for any event without worrying about potential weather disruptions.
At Cedarbrook, we create beautiful and professional porches for Eldersburg homeowners that are guaranteed to bring added comfort, functionality, and protection. Our experienced team is dedicated to providing quality craftsmanship with attention to detail so you can enjoy your outdoor space no matter the weather! With our roofing systems, walls, and other features included in your porch design – it’s easy to see why a Cedarbrook Porch is an excellent investment.
Cedarbrook is a reliable and well-known family business that stands out from the rest when it comes to creating an outdoor area tailored specifically for you. Our collection of top-quality decking options, such as pressure-treated wood, tropical hardwood, and low-maintenance composite or PVC, will give you more than enough ideas! We also offer features like planter boxes, benches, pergolas, plus so much more. If you’re looking to make your home stand out even further with something truly unique, then our one-of-a-kind patios featuring paver walkways complete with fire pits are ideal.
At Cedarbrook, we are honored to provide Eldersburg and the central Maryland area with our skillful craftsmanship when constructing custom designs. Our experienced professionals take pride in their attention to detail, making sure each deck or patio space has a distinct touch that embodies personal style. We are a licensed and insured business located in Mount Airy. Our service area covers Frederick, Carroll, Montgomery, and Howard counties. We pride ourselves on giving customers the opportunity to be involved every step of the way by offering professional designs and building plans that guarantee satisfaction. Furthermore, our competitive prices combined with quality materials guarantees homeowners peace of mind when it comes to their outdoor living space requirements – allowing them to rest assured knowing they have an experienced team working for them! With Cedarbrook, you can be certain that your expectations will be surpassed.
About Eldersburg, Maryland
Eldersburg is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Carroll County, Maryland. The population was 30,531 at the 2010 census.
Eldersburg is named after John Elder, who was given a land grant from the King of England. The community was served by a post office in April 1850 in the Howard district of Anne Arundel County with the name “Eldersburgh.” In 1851, Howard County was formed, and on October 28, 1871, the post office moved to Carroll County, retaining the “Eldersburgh” spelling. In December 1894, “Eldersburgh” was shortened to “Eldersburg.”
Eldersburg is located in the southeastern portion of Carroll County. It is bordered to the east by Baltimore County and to the south by Howard County, except where it is bordered by the town of Sykesville.
The Chabad Jewish Center of Carroll County, an Orthodox synagogue, was founded in Eldersburg in 2013. Prior to Chabad, Carroll County had no synagogue for years. A decade before, the only synagogue in Carroll County was Beth Shalom, a Conservative synagogue that no longer exists. It is also home to Wesley Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church, one of the earliest Methodist congregations in the United States.