Makeover Monday: Composite Deck in Lutherville-Timonium

When homeowners are interested in a deck makeover, they usually have to decide between a completely new look, including design, layout, and color, or just upgrade their current design with newer materials. If you live in a community with an HOA, you might not even have the option! Many townhome owners require the installation of a new or replacement deck based on HOA regulations.

Our knowledgeable Project Consultants are able to work with homeowners to design a deck that fits within those rules and regulations, while adding design elements and accessories that personalize the outdoor space. Steve Nehus worked with our clients in Lutherville-Timonium to recreate their townhome deck using composite materials instead of wood — a modern and more maintenance-free option!

Before: Wood Deck

We first removed and hauled away the existing wood deck, before constructing a new 20′ x 16′ free-standing deck with a 4′ x 4′ landing. We then installed TimberTech decking using hidden fasteners in the lovely Antique Leather hue. A Trex Vintage Lantern feature board accents the perimeter of the deck, for a sophisticated look. Paired together, the deck boards offer a bold, yet inviting aesthetic.

Complementing the deck’s color combination, we installed Trex Vintage Lantern railings with matching posts and balusters. For a clean, finished look, the deck was also wrapped with Trex Vintage Lantern fascia. Steps to have Antique Leather tread with Vintage Lantern riser. 15 steps lead down to the backyard, with a gate at the top for safety. Steps were installed with Antique Leather, accented by Vintage Lantern risers.

After: Dark Roast TimberTech Deck

Our customers were thrilled with their new deck, and left us a 5-star review!

“We are extremely pleased with our composite deck project. From the initial sales meeting all the way to completion of the project, everyone was extremely professional. The gentlemen who built the deck worked long hours in the cold and worked extra hard to navigate around snowstorms. Thank you all!”
– Justin S. of Lutherville-Timonium