This was a simple tear off of an upper-level wood builder deck. Railblazer aluminum railing and ChoiceDek composite decking were used here. It's a clean, modern look, complemented perfectly with stylish furniture.
This was a tear-ff/replace project that went from wood (which the homeowner was not thrilled about restaining) to Trex Spiced Rum decking and Trex aluminum railing. The use of wood posts with post sleeves instead of the thinner profile metal posts created a more substantial look for the railing.
This tear-off/replace project didn't change the footprint of the deck at all, it simply upgraded materials from wood to Trex decking and railing, while adding deck lights and a trellis skirt painted to match. Deck boards were used as rail caps, to create space to set drinks.
This pergola was built of rough-sawn cedar. It adds a lot of dimension to the back of this house and complements the bluestone patio (also my work). The overall look is rustic, woodsy, and substantial.
Here, a simple builder deck in the inside corner of the house was expanded out and wrapped around the exterior wall. It's Trex decking, with custom railing using architectural aluminum balusters, composite board rail caps, and sleeved wood posts. I admit I was skeptical about the choice of white posts when the homeonwer first suggested it, but I have to admit it does create a striking contrast.
This was an extensive upgrade of an upper level builder deck. The landing was added to break up a long, straight stair; the pergola provides some shade and lots of character, and material was upgraded from wood to Trex decking and railing.
A vivid before and after.
Another nice before and after.