A custom pool deck along the side of a 24' pool, steps down to a lower main deck that includes a 12' diameter screened gazebo, a 3' x 4' "cook nook" and built-in flower boxes.
This deck spans across the back of a brick ranch. The 20' x 20' end can later become a three season room, since an adequate concrete foundation has already been pre-built.
Take a 30' pool, build a full surround deck using " Trex Saddle Accents" and add a spa with full privacy panels. New access steps to the yard and pool equipment round out the project. We build it and make your backyard retreat affordable!
Have a space Problem? We turned the 12' x 24' pool parallel to the house and then decked three sides. An additional deck walks out of the first floor sliding glass door. A decorator product was used for the rails for a unique touch.
All Trex Deck. This is 14' x 45' deck featuring Saddle Accents and full-length double steps to the yard. The trex rails finish it off nicely.
Cedar and Trex work quite well together. This project is a house deck that flows into the pool deck around an 15' x 30' oval pool. A shadow box fence allows ventilation yet provides privacy.
Two identical landings using Madera Accent Trex, make a nice transition to the paver patio. We also added a 3' x 5' "cook nook" to the left landing.
The spa and pool were all set. The height difference allowed us to create a unique, private spa area. A different level sorrounds 3/4 of the 30' round pool. We then added to the existing upper deck to go across the back of the house and built a new angled staircase. Trim detail is everywhere
Saddle Trex deck with "Madera" pool inlay and rail ballister change the look of this 3/4 wrap deck around a 30' round pool.
15' x 30' Pool, 54" wall height. We went 1/2 way around the pool on this project and combined saddle Trex with wood rails. The sets of two access stairs complete the project. diameter screened gazebo, a 3' x 4' "cook nook" and built-in flower boxes.
This backyard was long and narrow and had a drop-off from the driveway. We designed the walkway to get the upper deck and it doubles as a storage shed underneath. The deck is a combination of cedar rails and Trex saddle accent decking. We also used the “ Dry Space” rain diverter system to make the patio below waterproof.
By turning the 18' x 33' oval pool parallel to the house, we were able to fit the whole deck up on the hill before it slopes in the back. This deck has a 4' wrap-around walkway and a 16' deep-end for entertaining. We transitioned with three large steps to the main house deck. Wood rails and Trex decking were used as a solid vertical skirt to round out the package.
This project required 2 separate decks: one off the kitchen for the grill, and the other across the stamped concrete patio for the spa. The spa was sunk into the deck with 2 side ledges. The benches allow for a better view and privacy panels help block the wind.
How about a redwood boat dock?– This project took us into the water with a cantilever lower loading area. We added surround benches and a round entry on both sides. The deck lights are spectacular at night. Note the curved lines of the benches and entries – AWESOME!
This project started as a resurface in Trex using saddle Trex with woodland brown accents, but was later enlarged by adding the built-in bench and table combination. We topped it off with a 12' x 14' oval gazebo. There is a "cook nook" for the grill and the gazebo has windows for a three season get away.
Almost looks like a resort doesn't it? This 18' x 33' oval pool was turned on a angle to the house. We built the upper deck over the stamped concrete lower patio and then fully surrounded the pool with Trex decking. A different pattern on the rail ballisters sets it apart from other decks
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