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Dana Thompson, wife of Army Captain Don Thompson, wrote the winning essay in a competition to provide a "deck makeover" for a deserving military family. The work involved a completely new deck, new front steps,and some landscaping improvements. All of the materials and labor were provided courtesy of a wonderful group of skilled craftsmen organized by the Georgia Chapter of the North American Deck and Railings Association (NADRA). Many other organizations and businesses also contributed time, talent, and donated products and services. A big "Thank You" goes to all! This military family, including the four Thompson children now have a wonderful addition to their home so they can enjoy the great outdoors.

The sponsors making this project possible were: Arch Wood Protection; Associated General Contractors; Atlanta Decking and Fence; Azek; Chick Fil-A (Atlanta Rd.); Compton Sales, Inc.; Cox Wood Products; David Batley Photography & Design; Deck for a Soldier; Decks and More; Domino's Pizza (Atlanta Rd.; Fine Prints; Fortress Iron; Home Depot (Market Place Blvd.); InVintage Designs, Inc.; JB Frix Disposal; Just Decks; Leisure Decks; Lenny's Subs (Market Place Blvd.); Metro Building Products; NADRA; Operation Homefront Georgia; Peachtree Decks; Perfection Professional Installations; Rainaway; Southeast Site Services, Tailor Decks; Tiger Claw; Trex; Young Leadership Program; ZottWorks Designs, Inc. MANY THANKS!
The small deck provided little space for the Thompson family.The renovation begins by tearing off the old deckKeith Compton (standing) of Compton Sales,helps dismantle old deckLeslie Fouts (on left), InVintage Designs, with Kelly Johnson, Swafford ConstructionReplacing the front stepsLiam Simmons (left), InVintage Designs, with Chris Fichtel, ZottWorks DesignsGotta have some pizza...thanks DominosDeckSouth is on the jobGreat crews doing what they do best!These guys really know how to build!Time for a food break...thanks Chick Fil-A