Plant loving homeowners in Baltimore County contacted Fence & Deck Connection when they decided it was time to replace their worn and rotting wood deck with something more sturdy and aesthetically pleasing. Additionally, they were running out of room for their plants! Project Consultant Steve Nehus worked with our customers in Nottingham to transform their outdated, rotting wooden deck into a larger, modern, composite deck that requires far less maintenance and upkeep ! Keep scrolling below to read more details about this week’s makeover.
While we do offer fence and deck removal before the construction of a new project, our customers decided for the DIY approach. Once they removed the existing wooden deck and steps, our installation crew was able to quickly construct a new 20′ x 12′ deck using high quality pressure treated wood. We then installed TimberTech Dark Roast decking, secured using hidden fasteners for a clean, polished look.
Dark Roast is found in in TimberTech’s Reserve Collection. Inspired by reclaimed wood, the heavy wire-brushed, low-gloss finish showcases the classic cathedral wood grain pattern on these resilient boards. The boards are fade resistant and designed to retain color, extremely resistant to moisture intrusion, and have a strong resistance to mold and staining, unlike traditional wood decking.
While many homeowners opt for white vinyl railing, this beautiful deck was designed with tan Washington-style railing with black aluminum square balusters. The tan color is a great accent to the darker deck boards, and matches nicely with the home’s exterior. Tan vinyl fascia wraps with deck with mitered corners and capped with Cortex plugs. 5 steps make up the beautiful cascading deck stairs — a lovely focal point that leads up to the sliding glass doors. Lastly, tan vinyl lattice skirts the under deck, with one access gate, providing privacy for under deck storage.
Are you interested in replacing your wood deck with TimberTech composite material? Fill out our short contact form to book an appointment for a free onsite estimate, and maybe your deck will be featured on one of our upcoming blogs!