Steel Framed Deck with Composite Decking & Custom Railing
Our clients wanted to build a custom, steel-framed deck that would take advantage of the fantastic views they had from their house. We worked with them to develop a composite deck design that was uniquely theirs. It is constructed of the Trex Elevation steel deck framing and Trex Tiki Torch decking material to provide a beautiful, low-maintenance, long-lasting entertainment area. There are three distinct levels, with two larger ones that bookend the house resulting in two separate outdoor living areas. The homeowners had seen this railing design in a church throughout their travels and sketched it. We were able to recreate this in a powder-coated, wrought iron railing connected by specialty-designed stucco columns. These columns contain multiple “pop-outs” and are topped with a custom concrete stone cap. All of the design and custom work created a fantastic deck the owners love!
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Monitor 1 - This custom designed deck was built with a steel frame and composite material for strength and durability.
Monitor 2 - This powder-coated, wrought-iron railing was custom-built using a design provided by the customer.
Monitor 3 - The homeowners wanted to take advantage of the fantastic views their house offered. Working together, we designed a composite, multi-level deck that provided them with the perfect spot to enjoy the views.
Monitor 4 - The wrought-iron custom railing was designed from a picture the customer drew for us. We built stucco columns with multiple pop-outs and a concrete stone cap to provide a beautiful frame for the railing.
Monitor 5 - This composite deck was built with the boards at a 90-degree angle and a single dividing board. The wrought-iron, powder-coated railing was custom designed and built.
Monitor 6 - The stucco columns are designed with multiple pop-outs and are topped with custom-made concrete stone caps, giving the custom wrought-iron railing unique anchors.
Monitor 7 - This custom deck was built with three distinct levels, the two larger ones bookending the house, resulting in two separate seating areas for the homeowners to enjoy and/or entertain.
Monitor 8 - The customer decided to use steel framing in order to have a strong, long-lasting deck. The frame is made from a non-combustible material, which was a bonus point for the customer considering the forest surrounds them.