12 – This custom, B-grade Redwood deck has the boards laid out at 90-degrees with a double divider board, and camo screws. The railing has wood components with round metal balusters. We also added a Cedar, tri-corner pergola.
13 – Redwood decking at 90-degrees with a double divider board to avoid butt seams. The railing is a black matte panel system. We also added a Cedar pergola so the homeowners would have a shaded area of their deck.
15 – 90-degree composite decking boards and a railing with composite components, round metal balusters, and a drink cap.
16 – This custom deck features steel deck framing, Trex composite material laid at 90-degrees and single divider boards. The railing was a custom design by the homeowner, created in wrought iron, and attached to stucco columns.
18 – This picture shows a close-up of the 90-degree composite decking boards with double end boards.
19 – This beautiful Redwood was laid out at 90-degrees with a single divider board (no butt seams) and camo screws. The railing features wood components and drink cap with black matte, metal, Vienna-style balusters.
21 – These composite deck boards are at 90-degrees to the joists. The railing features composite components and drink cap, with white, round, metal balusters.
22 – Composite, 90-degree decking boards (with no divider boards) and a metal panel railing attached to stucco columns. We also attached post lights to the stucco columns for night lighting.