20 photosThe owner wanted a little more space to move around. Wheelchair access was an important consideration. We expanded the deck by about 50% and it made quite a difference. The cedar railing with metal balusters really made this deck pop.
36 photosMore space and stairs, what more could you ask for. Maybe a new cedar fence?
14 photosThe structure was in good shape so Re-decking the existing made sense.
We also replaced the pine railing with new clear cedar.
Burns Screened Porch
51 photosFrom a small builder deck to a great screened porch. What a change!
10 photosThe owner was happy with the size of the old deck. It is small, but he just wanted a place to drink his morning coffee and not to worry about deck maintenance. Trex Transcend deck with Trax Transcend railing fit the bill.
38 photosHard to believe this house did not already have a deck with the great view of lake. We had to remove a window and add a door, but that was not a problem. We also used an engineered beam to delete the center post and keep the lower deck clear.
Engstrom Deck Extension
8 photosThey just needed a small extension to the deck that was already there to accommodate a future door. Not a problem.
17 photosThey wanted a deck but they needed a door. The brick exterior added a challenge, but nothing we couldn't handle.
Friedman Screene dPorch
35 photosThey wanted a screened porch and the best fit was to extend the addition out to make it happen.
It is a great fit!
Gardner Screened Porch
43 photosA zoning variance was required to get this one done, so it took a little extra time to get started. Once the red tape was out of the way we were able to get to work and provide the clients with exactly what they wanted.
Goodman Screened Porch
71 photosThere were many constraints and challenges, but in the end it was all worth it!
35 photosThis townhouse presented a bit of a design challenge. The walk-up basement made it tough to fit the deck in. We were able to come up with an elegant solution.
Knitzer Screened Porch
63 photosThe deck was old and they were being eaten alive by bugs.
The owners also wanted a low maintenance solution for the deck.
A screened porch with a composite deck was the answer. There were many upgrades this one. Check out the photos and see for yourself.
24 photosThe patio and sloped lot did not give a lot of usable space. A large deck made all the difference.
Nathanson Screened Porch
72 photosThe deck was tired and ready to come down. The owners were ready to enjoy an outdoor living space that was clean, covered and free from bugs. This screened porch and open deck combination fit the bill nicely.
17 photosThey wanted a little extra space and stairs to the ground. Accent lights were also added to make the deck more enjoyable at night.
What a change!
24 photosThis house deserved a large deck as part of the backyark makeover. A cedar bench with metal balusters on the railing help complete the package.
Regelski Screened Porch
47 photosThey had an open deck but really wanted a screened porch.
The shed needed a little TLC as well.
24 photosThey were happy with the size and shape of their exisiting deck, but it was time for a replacment. They wanted good looks and ultra low maintenance.
Trex Transcend decking with clear cedar railing was the answer for this one.
26 photosThe size and shape of the existing deck worked well and there was established landscaping. Same basic design with a few upgrades.
- Cedar rails.
- Concrete pad at bottom of stairs with walk.
- Framed lattice skirt
It all works nicely!
17 photosThe screened porch was working but needed upgraded. Just new screens and railings. An outer deck was needed for grilling. Small changes with big results!
39 photosThe old deck was had reached the end of its life and was unsafe. We made the new deck a little larger and made a few changes that the owners pointed out.
21 photosA townhouse deck with flair
23 photosThey wanted the deck to be a bit larger in both directions. We were able to do that without a problem. We also use metal balusters to open the view up and decrease required maintenance.
19 photosThe old deck and the two separate stoops were not very usable. Creating a single large space was the answer.
26 photosThe owners wanted three things:
- Protect the people that are entering the house from the elements.
- Protect the front door from the elements.
- Add something that would look nice and break up the flat look of the front of the house.
A small portico added to the existing stoop was the answer, and it fit perfectly.
20 photosThey were looking for something that would look good and be ultra low maintenance. Trex Transcend decking with Trex Reveal rail was the right choice.