When it’s time to consider investing in a deck makeover, homeowners are usually left with a few options — start with a new design and structural layout, or simply replace the deck boards with new ones. Just because your deck’s stairs, rails, and planking are in bad shape, doesn’t necessarily mean the entire structure has to be torn down and replaced. On the other hand, you don’t want to gamble with the safety of those who’ll be enjoying your deck, including family members and friends.
Our Maryland fence and deck installation company can help determine if your deck’s posts and framework are structurally sound enough to support a redecking project over a total replacement. Project Consultant Jake Wolod met with homeowners in Anne Arundel County to help update an outdated backyard space into a more modern entertaining oasis. This time, a completely new structure was determined necessary for support and design.
As with all deck replacements, the first step was to demo the existing deck. Our hardworking crews were then able to build a new structure to support 411 sq. ft. of Trex Pebble Grey composite decking. This light heather grey hue is one of our more popular choices. Trex Select decking is made of affordable high-performance composite that won’t rot, warp or splinter, and has a protective, durable outer shell that resists fading and staining.
White vinyl Lincoln-style railing with black round aluminum balusters accent the grey decking, and a matching Pebble Grey cocktail rail in-between the 6×6 rail posts offers an elevated, elegant look. 7 stairs lead up to the second story deck and white textured fascia wrap completes the new space.
Is your current deck in need of a makeover? Are you contemplating making the switch from wood decking to composite decking? Fill out our short contact form to get started on your project and maybe your space will be a future #MakeoverMonday!