Just completed this 16' x 14'-8" upper deck with (1) set of steps to grade, which is attached to a lower 12' x 10' deck. has one step down from upper deck, with (2) steps to grade. Total square footage of deck with steps is 383 square feet The customer also wanted us to install horizontal treated wood skirting around the bottom perimeter of the deck. All framing, decking, skirting, and railing materials were purchased at McCabe Lumber in Loveland. Give us a call for your free deck estimate.
This is a 20' x 14' deck with one set of 10' wide steps to grade. Has 293 square feet of space. We also constructed an 8' x 10' pergola out from the back door of this home. The railings are all American Aluminum in classic black, in the Scranton profile, with cedar 4" x 4"s posts between each section, and a round pyramid profile cedar post cap. We also installed full puck profile riser lights, 2 per stair. Once the thick ply cedar privacy lattice panels become available, we will return to install 3 of those between the top of the railing and pergola to give these customers a bit of privacy. I do like the customer's decision to go with a wider step. Another deck I would love to sip my morning tea on. All framing, decking, pergola and railing materials were purchased from our salesman at McCabe Lumber, Rick Wedding.
We completed this treated pergola over part of this customer's deck, and installed 4 privacy panels. The pergola is 17' 6" x 8', constructed out of Southern Yellow Pine #1 treated lumber. The privacy panels which can be installed under the perimeter of a deck as well, are from acuriolattice.com. This isn't your average lattice and come in an array of different colors and profiles. The panels shown are the black, roman profile, and made out of 3/4" PVC which will give them a long, durable life span. Can be hose sprayed, painted and cut down to the size you need. We then framed out each panel with treated lumber to give them a more finished look. Keep checking back for our upcoming projects, or give us a call for a free estimate.
This is a 10' x 12' deck at the screened porch, with 3 steps down to a 10'-8" x 5'-10" deck with 3 steps down to pool level. 251 square foot of space, and just enough to sit out there and enjoy some coffee or tea. Classic black American Aluminum railing has been installed between each Cumaru post, which really gives the deck a nice finished look. Brazilian Teak is very similar to Ipe' but actually a harder, more dense hardwood. The customer chose a beautiful stain which captures the beautiful red and brown hues in the wood grain. Call or email anytime for your free estimate!
Recently completed this 18' x 18' deck with one set of steps down to grade. The customers chose Ipe' (Brazilian Redwood) as their decking material, with a classic black Timbertech railing system. We also installed black Aurora post caps with LED lights, and black, rectangle Corona LED riser lights as well. We spliced down the middle of the deck for added support, and installed a picture frame border around the perimeter of the deck. Please give us a call for your new deck!
This swimming pool deck offers 602 of square foot space, and was built to be an extension of the homeowner's existing deck. Southern Yellow pine #1 was used for the framing, decking, and railing. Black aluminum round balusters were installed with the railing. We also constructed and installed 3 standard sized gates for the upper deck and pool area. Horizontal skirting was installed between the lower pool deck and the upper deck for a more clean finished look. There's still time to give us a call for your free deck estimate.
We recently finished this cedar pergola, and this is beautiful, if I do say so myself. We used 8 x 8 posts, 6 x 12 beams. 2 x 8 rafters. The over all size is 24' x 20' with decorative ends on the beams. That view of that lake, with a good cup of coffee can't be beat. Please keep checking back as we have quite a few Brazilian wood decks coming up. Give us a call for your free estimate!
This is a deck that we built this past year, and the customers chose to add skirting this Spring. Instead of the typical lattice skirting, they opted for wood, installed horizontally under their deck. Also, we didn't install it flush with the out perimeter of the deck. We inset the skirting to give it another dimension, and also installed 2 access doors for ease of entry underneath their deck. We can add this skirting to your existing deck as well. Just give us a call, and we can discuss your plans with you!