Northern Virginia deck construction company, DeckGuru, has earned the highest designation offered under the TrexPro partnership program, the TrexPro Platinum Builder certification.

DeckGuru, which serves homeowners throughout Northern Virginia and Maryland, is proud to announce that it has officially become a TrexPro Platinum builder. This is the highest builder certification available through the TrexPro partnership program.

A longtime TrexPro partner, DeckGuru earned the Platinum certification based on the number of projects the company has completed, the level of craftsmanship offered, and overall customer satisfaction.

Owner of DeckGuru, Fred Small Jr., says, “We feel incredibly honored to receive this certification. It shows our customers that we are committed to providing the best decking materials on the market and that we’ve put in the work to learn everything we can about building with Trex products. We couldn’t be happier to add this designation to our resume.”

TrexPro partners can apply to reach TrexPro Platinum status after meeting certain thresholds based on service area. Upon receiving the designation, TrexPro Platinum builders have access to more marketing materials and funds to help spread the word about their knowledge of Trex decking products.

In addition to its TrexPro Platinum status, DeckGuru is also a proud member of the North American Deck and Railing Association (NADRA), which aids in the professional development, growth, and promotion of the deck building industry. Small Jr. goes on to say, “These certifications and memberships are important to us because they put us in the best possible position to exceed our customers’ expectations and build beautiful decks they can enjoy for years.”

About DuckGuru

DeckGuru’s mission is to serve the everyday homeowner who is looking to build a more functional outdoor living space for the right price. The company offers comprehensive deck restoration and replacement services as well as upgrades to existing outdoor spaces. Learn more by visiting

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