We’re coming in hot with a double deck project in Fallston, Maryland for the first #MakeoverMonday of April!
Steve Nehus, one of our knowledgeable Project Consultants worked with our Harford County residents to beautifully transform their backyard living space. By switching from wood to TimberTech composite decking, our customers will definitely be spending less time on maintenance and upkeep, and more time relaxing in the outdoors! TimberTech Reserve decking is designed to retain color, extremely resistant to moisture intrusion and mold, and has a strong resistance to stain damage with a protected, cleanable surface. No need to sand, stain, or paint ever again!
Before: Wood Decks in Harford County
We constructed two decks — a 10′ x 10′ space for the elevated deck, and an 18′ x 20′ space for the lower level deck. The lower level deck is a free-standing structure, while the upper level deck is attached to the house. For both decks, we installed TimberTech Reserve decking in the Driftwood hue, using hidden fasteners for a clean, polished look. Colors in the Reserve collection are inspired by reclaimed wood and the heavy wire-brushed, low-gloss finish highlights the classic cathedral wood grain pattern.
To safely enclose both decks, we used white vinyl Lincoln-style railing with standard balusters. A Driftwood cap rail offers a sophisticated touch, and also provides a nice place to rest drinks, elbows, or plants! Keeping with the clean, finished look, the decks are wrapped with white PVC fascia (with mitered corners) and capped with Cortex plugs.
The lower deck is adorned with a lovely feature and alternative to classic lattice —horizontal white PVC fascia cladding. This finished style is different than lattice, as it blocks off a greater view and access to the underbelly of the space. Plus, it’s a much more refined and modern look!
Is your current deck in need of a makeover? Fill out our short contact form to get started on your project and maybe your space will be a future #MakeoverMonday!