Hope everyone is having a great holiday weekend!!!!!! We've got some great deck projects coming up in June and July. Tomorrow we will start a retaining wall project out in the Wyoming area using railroad ties. The stone retainer walls are beautiful, but can get a bit pricey. Railroad ties are an economical choice, especially if you've got an expansive area that you need to support. They also give off that woodsy, rustic charm. Also in June and in July , we've got all kind of composite decks and colors, we've got pergolas, firepits, and we've got outdoor kitchens coming up. Those kitchens will have concrete countertops......something I've been very interested in and can't wait to see the end results. So, keep checking back with us daily to check out our new projects. Go visit our salesman, Rick Wedding at McCabe Lumber in Loveland. He will help you pick out your new deck materials, then give us a call for a free estimate!
Just finished up this treated lumber 12' x 14' deck with a 4' x 9' bumpout with clipped corners. Recessed steps at 3'6" wide, with 2" x 10" treads with routed all 4 sides. 4"x4" posts thru bolted to the frame, 2" x4" top and bottom rail. A 2" x 6" rail cap with a radius routed edge. Black, aluminum 26" 3/4 round spindles, courtesy of American One Fence and Railing. All treated lumber framing, decking, and railing purchased at McCabe Lumber from our salesman, Rick Wedding. I love the irregular shape of this deck, especially the balcony-like look that overlooks these customer's back yard. Visit Rick Wedding at McCabe Lumber, and let him help you pick out your decking materials, then give us a call for a free estimate!
Just finished a 12' x 24' treated lumber deck. I like the little nook at the back door...would be a nice area for a small bench or some plant accents. That nook also has a cut corner which gives it a irregular, but eye-catching angle. This deck also has a rail cap...as you see in the photo, the railing is all finished off with a 2" x 6" handrail the entire perimeter of the deck...no post, nor post caps up above the railing. The decking floor is also spliced down the middle with a 5/4" x 6" x 12' decking board, which helps the framing, but also looks appealing to the eye. The Southern Yellow Treated Pine #1 was purchased form our salesman, Rick Wedding at McCabe Lumber. Go visit Rick, and let him help you pick out your deck materials, then fill out the information form on this webiste, or give us a call for your free estimate.