Are you considering building a modular glamping deck for your glamping structures? Shelter Deck is a great decision for many reasons, but it is important that you understand the process and any factors that accompany the process. There are 3 primary considerations that a glamping business owner should make before building a modular deck. Let’s take a look at the following factors.
1. Location to build a modular glamping deck
The first element of modular decking to consider is the location. If your campsite has great views, this should be taken into account when deciding on deck placement. A deck can be built out over a hill or shoreline to take advantage of beautiful scenery.
Another hand, you may also need to consider existing trees or rocks in your selected location. However, trees and rocks can often be incorporated into a modular deck design, and you may not want to build a modular deck on a wooded lot without first cleaning trees. Talk to us and send us some pictures of your selected location, and our constructor will find out if this is an option for you.
2. Know the landform where building a modular glamping deck
- Cap pile footing – designed for concert ground or any hardscape.
- Ground screw footing – designed for sandland, hill, mountain lawn grass, coastline, and riverside.
- Diamond pier footing – designed for lawn grass and riverside.
3. Budgetary plan for building a modular glamping deck
Budgetary considerations are reflected in every decision from the material you choose and the size of the decking system. In short, it is a good idea to define your budget as early as possible before building a modular decking system.
If you would like to know more about the modular decking system or to get an idea of what your budget should be, please do not hesitate to contact us today. The Shelter Dome team will use a material cost calculator and the information that you provided to give you a generous quote.