Recently completed this treated wood deck and pergola for these customers. The deck totals 175 square feet, including 2 sets of steps. A 7' x 10' pergola was constructed over one end of the deck, with heavy duty, square designed lattice panels used for privacy, and were also used for the skirting underneath the deck itself. The customers chose to add the black aluminum balusters which adds a nice, classy, finished look. We also tore out the old sidewalk, and poured a new concrete walkway from the front of the home, to the rear, and installing new concrete under the A/C unit. A deck doesn't always have to be enormous to make a statement, and this deck certainly makes one. Love the garden feel to it......... my coffee cup and I would enjoy the tree lined, bird singing mornings! Please keep checking back for our upcoming projects, or call us for a free estimate.
Enjoy the slideshow of this recently completed exotic Brazilian Tigerwood Deck. All Tigerwood decking materials were purchased from Advantage Trim & Lumber. The Tigerwood post caps are in the "Yellowstone" profile, and the railing is from American Aluminum Railing systems in the black "Scranton" profile. The black railing makes the black streaked wood grain really pop with the red hues in the wood. All framing members are pressure treated Southern Yellow Pine #1. Both of the framing materials and the railing system were purchased at McCabe Lumber from our salesman, Rick Wedding. The 2 retaining wall systems were purchased at Lowes, so the homeowners could easily find them and match up if they should want to expand. The large limestone stepping stones really add a nice touch, and helps with a difficult turn and drop in the slope of the yard. They were purchased locally at Ohio Mulch, and have a wide variety of other stones, along with various ground covers to choose from. If you're interested in more information regarding this stunning wood, please give us call and we would be more than happy to discuss your plans with you.
Recently completed this 2-tiered pressure treated wood deck in the new Richmond area. The total square footage of this deck including landings and steps equal 535 square feet. A 6'-0" x 20'-0" deck walkway leading to 12'-0" x 14'-0" deck with 4'-0" x 4'-0" landing with steps. A 12'-0" x 15'-0" lower deck off walkway. All wood framing members, decking, steps and railing are Southern Yellow Pine #1. Footers are 30" deep with 6x6 support posts set in concrete. All 5/4x6 decking is screw installed and installed parallel with the home. Railing installed on inside of deck for finished look and 4x4 railing posts are thru bolted to the frame using (2) 1/2" diameter bolts. 2x4 bottom & top railing members, with a 2x6 rail cap that has a 1/2" radius routed edge. Classic 2x3 all wood balusters. Steps are 4'-0" wide 2x10 treads with routed all 4 sides, 2x10 stinger with routed edges and slotted for steps. 2x6 riser per code and step railing to match that of deck. All hot dipped galvanized fasteners used throughout the deck. All of the Southern Yellow Pine was purchased from McCabe Lumber, and courtesy of our salesman Rick Wedding. There's still time before summer is over to get on our schedule for your deck. Give us a call for a free estimate.
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Trex is excited to announce another color option in the Trex Select decking product line with the addition of Pebble Grey. This lighter grey color features the same lengths, grooved and square options, grain pattern and a 25-year limited residential warranty as the other four colors.
Pricing on Pebble Grey also is the same as all of the other Select colors.
As a reminder, Trex previously announced our intention to cease manufacturing Trex Accents® on Dec. 31, 2013. Select is the replacement for Accents.
It should be noted that Select Winchester Grey is not being replaced by Pebble Grey. Please see below for a comparison of the two colors.
Still have some finishing touches to install on this deck before we have the project completely finished. A small piece of railing, some fascia pieces, and just ordered new Tigerwood post caps....we're also installing some large limestone stepping stones on the left, higher side of the concrete pad. We had to dig more ground out than anticipated to make that concrete pad structurally strong, and want to provide a safe step down into the yard area. So, please keep checking back for more information and photos of this project. There's still time to get yourself a new deck, or rehab your existing deck before the summer is over. Give us a call for your free estimate, and we would be happy to discuss your plans with you.