It’s that time of year when homeowners are opening their pools and assessing their summer hotspot. If your pool surround has seen better days, you may want to consider breaking from the traditional concrete, stone or paver patio and investigate capped composite decking for around your backyard oasis. It’s the “not so new kid on the block” and the products just keep getting better.
Maybe you have nosy neighbors, or you just do not like the view. If either are the case, and moving is not an option, just add some privacy! There are so many fabulous ways to achieve your ideal serene environment without standard fence options.
If you are in the early stages of designing your deck you may want to customize it to meet your lifestyle and environment. Do you have a lot of sun? Do you have noisy neighbors? Modify your deck to overcome these obstacles and give your outdoor living space that custom edge.
Perfect Pavilions have become increasing popular over the years. They are usually rectangle and have no built-in flooring. Traditionally you’ll find pavilions over patios or decking. These open-air structures can be very basic or exceptionally elaborate.
Hot tub deck additions have become more popular since the Coronavirus pandemic. They are a wonderful way to unwind and enjoy your outdoor space. Adding a hot tub to your deck involves more than just buying one and bringing it home. There are structural and design details that will need to be addressed first. This is not a typical do-it-yourself project as it does require a high-level of construction experience. We suggest working with a professional outdoor builder.
The last thing most homeowners have on their mind in the winter is a new outdoor living space, especially when nestled under covers gazing outside at the snow-covered ground. However, if this is the year for your new outdoor sanctuary, winter might be the best time to start planning and here’s why.