Tag: deck


Project Cost: ~$30,000

Approach the Pool

The challenge here was to integrate an existing deck with a new much larger deck, and accomplish this with a natural and appealing approach to the pool. We needed to design a new deck that was high enough to reach the above ground pool, while integrating the original deck which sat at a lower height.…
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Ipe deck with curved bench

This project was a pleasure to build and design. The goal of creating new spaces so clients can enjoy their beautiful yard and woods is what we are about. The design was to feature a curved bench, ample space for furniture and people, planter box, and space for the grill. We went with ipe hardwood…
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New Cable Railings

This was a small project with a big view in the beautiful Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Our clients came to us looking to update their old railing system to a new modern style that optimized the view. We removed the old railing and installed metal posts around the deck perimeter. Between the posts we…
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Traditional Deck With Azek

For this recent project our client wanted a back yard deck design to match their front porch. They were interested in using a composite decking and railing system to increase the deck’s longevity. We suggested a high quality decking board that closely resembled wood. Along with a white railing system that coordinated with the front porch…
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Coastal Deck

For this coastal project we built a second story deck to take full advantage of the incredible views. We wanted to make the new outdoor space an extension of the living room. We replaced two of the windows with a sliding glass door, opening up the living room to the new deck. To ensure durability…
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California Modern Deck With Corten Steel

This project was initially an old rotted deck on a well designed modern home. It was above a beautiful patio that only had three support piers to stabilize the long expansive old deck. In order to engineer it properly, we made a custom flitch plate beam to meet a 17 foot span of the new…
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The Challenge of Demolition

This is a simple story of a deck that rotted away. The doubled-up (sisterred) joists had collected moisture between them and rotted out in a few places. These were 100 year old pine boards next to newer pressure treated pine… as you might have guessed, in those sisterred areas the old pine out-performed the new…
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An Outdoor Living Space

This deck was built at floor-level on sturdy concrete footings and wood post-and-beam framing. Which means it feels like the deck is a natural extension off the room. The height and size is perfectly comfortable and clearly distinguish the deck from the green space below. The materials are mostly pressure treated lumber except for the…
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Connected Cedar Decks with Cable Rails and Trellis

Creating this deck was a special solution to an issue of fragmented space. The homeowners had two old decks separated by a large yard. They envisioned a project that would unite the two decks and connect the outdoor spaces. We redesigned their old decks with cedar and built a third deck to connect the two.…
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