Before 1 – Our customer had this wood deck on their new house that had been neglected for years and had become unsafe.
After 1 – Working with the homeowners we built this Redwood deck with a larger footprint so they would have more room to enjoy. The railing is wood with black metal balusters and a wood drink cap.
After 2 – Working with the homeowners, we designed this gorgeous, Heart Redwood deck and shed roof deck cover. The railing is 4×4 Redwood posts with metal panels and a Heart Redwood drinkcap.
1 – This redwood deck was built with a snow fence railing and Douglas Fir pergola. The decking is stained with Tahoe Teak in a semi-transparent. The pergola, railing, and fascia are all stained with a solid stain – PPG Butternut.
3 – This custom wood deck features a herringbone design, single board picture frame and divider board in a contrasting stain color. DBS also custom built a brick kitchen area and a bench for additional seating. The stairs have lights installed on the posts and the steps for nighttime safety.
4 – This wood deck was designed with the boards at a 45 degree angle and quite a few special features. The railing is wood with metal balusters and a ring accent panel for a unique look, and a stone firepit. We also added a pergola built from Cedar.
6 – The wood decking was laid at a 90 degree angle with a divider board. The wood railing features metal Vienna style balusters.
7 – This Cedar deck was built with the boards at a 45 degree angle and steps that almost encircle the open sections of the deck. The bench was a custom add-on that DBS built for the customer.
9 – This Redwood deck features a wood and metal railing system. The posts are Redwood and each one has a post cap light on top. The metal panels between posts are in a matte black color.
10 – Redwood decking is laid at a 45 degree angle. The railing features Redwood posts, each with a light attached for safety. The round metal balusters feature a basket design and the drink cap is also Redwood.
12 – This unstained, Heart Redwood deck was laid at 45 degrees with a double board picture frame. The railing consists of Redwood posts and drink cap with round metal balusters. For safety, DBS installed a gate at the top of the stairs.
13 – This custom designed wood deck features decking laid at 90 degrees and a bench added for extra seating. The railing system is made of wood posts and drink cap with square metal rails in a matte black.
16 – This is the multi-level deck seen in the previous picture. We laid the decking at different 45 degree angles on each level. The snowfence railing features a drink cap.
18 – A Redwood deck built with a railing that has wood posts and drink cap, and round, matte black, metal balusters. We added a landing on the stairs and a Cedar pergola over part of the deck to provide shade.
21 – This custom built, Heart Redwood deck has the decking laid herringbone pattern with divider boards in between. We added large, stucco columns and each one is has a stone topper. The metal railing features a knuckle design on the balusters.
22 – A Redwood deck with the boards laid at different angles on each level. The wood posts of the railing each have a post cap, and between the posts is a black matte panel railing.
24 – A Redwood deck laid at 45 degrees.. The railing has wood posts that have been stained with a solid-body stain and metal panels in matte black.
25 – This custom wood deck features a railing with wood posts and drink cap (both with a solid-body stain), and metal baluster panels between. DBS also built a shed roof style deck cover to provide shade for the customer.
27 – DBS built this custom deck using Redwood laid at 45 degrees. The railing is made of Redwood with a drink cap and round metal balusters. DBS also installed a custom glass wall system to provide a windbreak that would not disrupt the homeowners’ view.
28 – This redwood deck features a Wild Hog railing system with wood components. The panels are metal grid in matte black.
30 – We built this Redwood deck that features a custom designed and built Redwood railing. It is a snowfence, but with a design in the middle that was made to look like a sun rise.
31 – This deck was built with Heart Redwood laid at 45 degrees to the joists and features a few custom built extras. The rough sawn Cedar pergola and lattice work added above the railing help provide shade and some extra privacy. We also added a built-in bench that spans the corner of the deck.
32 AFTER – Working with them, we designed and built this custom Redwood deck with a wood and aluminum railing system in white.
34 – This wood deck is laid out in a herringbone pattern with a contrasting picture frame around it. The railing is built with wood components and black metal balusters with post cap lights at the stairs. We also built the bench per the customer’s request and drawing.
35 – This Heart Redwood deck was built to replace an existing deck. It is located in the historic district of Colorado Springs, so we had to work closely with the homeowner and city to ensure it met the correct requirements.
37 – Our customer had us build two decks at different heights, but attached by a set of stairs. The Redwood decking is at 90 degrees and the railing is built from wood components with round metal balusters and a Redwood drink cap.