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Got this deck 95% complete, got some railing left to take care of, and a couple other little things, but couldn't resist from posting the recent photos to show how beautifully this deck is coming together. This is all Azek PVC decking with a double picture frame border. The black aluminum railing is the American Aluminum railing system, and the homeowner's chose a nice centerpiece to be installed on the railing, baluster sections, which adds a very nice touch. This black aluminum railing just pops off this deck color scheme. Keep checking for more photos, or give us a call and let us help you get your outdoor space ready for Spring!
.Almost finished with this Azek deck. Have alittle more fascia trim, and of course, the railing system, which will be a beefy, black aluminum from American Aluminum railings. Should get the railing completed today. In the bottom left photo, you see a large inset area which will actually hug a hot tub, once the customers install it. In the bottom right photo, you see 2 benches that will be completed to provide a nice seating area. Love the cascading, odd angled steps, and the 2-tone color scheme on the benches. Keep checking back this weekend for the photos of the completed project
We've got some more of the decking down, and started on the set of inset steps, that provides access to the yard. Have to say the miter cuts on this decking and picture frame border, are tight and awesome..................great craftsmanship! Keep checking back on this website, or buildingsupplyguy.com, under the BSG Partners tab for the progress of this deck.
As you can see, we got some of the upper decking installed....and it's looking beautiful! These customers did go with the option of a double picture frame border around the perimeter of both decks. The decking floor is the Azek Silver Oak, and the picture frame border is the Azek, Acacia color. Love this color scheme, and can't wait until it's completed to see it all come together. Please keep checking back for the progress of this project, and our other upcoming decks. Or you can just give us a call for a free estimate, to get your deck design and materials ready in time for spring!
One week into this project, and we got the old deck demolished, dug the footer holes, concrete poured, and started on the framing. My apologies for the photos being taken so late in the evening....but hopefully you will be able to see the design of this deck. This first cut in on the upper deck that you see on front, is actually a space that will hug a hot tub, and have 1 small sets of steps on each side of the hot tub, for easier entering and exiting the hot tub. There will also be a set of inset steps that will be built down to grade and end on the concrete pad, that allows access to the yard. This next small inset that you see, at the side of the lower deck, is to mirror the design of the upper deck, and to allow the bumpout area of the upper deck to cantilever. The second inset on the far side, front of the upper deck, will be a large set of steps going down to the lower deck. When Matt designed this deck, he did not want the hot tub to be the focal point, thus not centering it in the middle of the deck, but off to the side, leaving 3 more vast areas for entertaining. There will be 3 custom, built-in benches as well for a beautful seating area, on the far side of lower deck. If I've confused you, then you will need to keep checking back for the progress of this deck, to see the design for yourself, or give us a call so we can discuss a deck design for your home!