When a deck’s structure is in good shape, re-decking or resurfacing is an economical option for many of our Maryland homeowners — especially if you choose composite materials instead of wood. Composite decking, and Trex in particular, is far more waterproof and will last for years without rotting, as wood is prone to do. With Trex decking, you can choose a color and style you love, and you’ll be able to enjoy the look without worrying about re-painting or staining every year!
Kevin Bullion, a Fence & Deck Connection Project Consultant, worked with homeowners in Annapolis to brighten up their back deck and give the space a bit of a face lift. The existing supports, beam, frame and lattice remained as is. We then removed and hauled away the existing decking, railings, steps, and landing before replacing the space with 184 sq. ft. of Trex Enhance decking in Toasted Sand. This hue a tawny seashell brown with subtle dark-brown splashes, featuring a low-maintenance, wood-like grain pattern. It’s a beautiful selection that accents the home nicely!
White vinyl Washington-style railings with black round aluminum balusters accent the beautiful decking, and white vinyl textured fascia wraps the space for a more finished look. We also installed twelve new 4′ wide steps from the ground to the landing, and then to the main deck. The new composite deck is just stunning, and will last for years to come!
Is your current deck in need of a makeover? Are you considering a resurfacing project, or 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!