Composite Deck with Gabled Cover


The homeowners wanted to upgrade their existing deck, which was built at the same time as the house. They had some ideas of what they wanted to do, so we worked together to design the deck they always wanted. The first thing we did was to remove the existing deck and concrete patio. Our concrete subcontractor then poured a new, larger patio area. Next, we built a 210 SF composite deck off the home’s second level using Deckorators Voyage Mesa decking. They decided to use a black RDI Excalibur steel railing with a drink cap. Then, we built a gabled deck cover with a vaulted ceiling using material from Woodtone in Canadian Ice Lager color. The cover was designed and constructed to appear original to the house. Our customers now have the covered outdoor living area of their dreams!

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Redwood deck originally built with the house.

Deschutes-1 – This picture shows the deck and stairs that were originally built with the house.

Large composite deck with gabled deck cover

Deschutes-2 – The owners new covered, outdoor living area!

RDI deck railing with composite drink cap

Deschutes-3 – The railing is an RDI Excalibur steel railing in black with composite drink cap.

Composite deck in Deckorators Voyage Mesa with vaulted deck cover

Deschutes 4 – The composite decking material used is Deckorators Voyage Mesa and is laid at a 90-degree angle to the joists.

Composite deck with black steel railing and gabled deck cover

Deschutes 5 – The homeowners decided to go with a vaulted ceiling in tongue and groove.  The color is Canadian Ice Lager from Woodtone.

Second story deck with gabled deck cover

Deschutes 6 – After removing the old deck we needed to have a new concrete patio added.  Our concrete subcontractor also added a single, partial wrap-around stair.