Woodhaven Deck Refresh
After completing a modern & contemporary re-vamp to the front exterior of their home, the lovely couple of this Charleswood home were ready to upgrade their almost 23 year old wood deck as a refresh to their outdoor living space that would match the feel & aesthetic of their new frontage.
Osborne Construction took the time to meet with the homeowners to discuss their current design and what features and upgrades they were looking to incorporate into their new deck. These homeowners had a very good idea upon meeting with Osborne Construction what they were looking for, from size, materials, and aesthetic features making the scope of the project very clear for Osborne Construction.
Upon solidifying the details of the project & signing a contract, the homeowners were eager to get the project underway with our company.
See their pre-existing deck prior to demolition below.
Starting with the Foundation Work
Osborne Construction removed the existing deck to start the new foundation on a clean slate. On this particular project, the homeowners choose to move forward with the suggested Post Tech Screw Piles.
Post tech screw piles offer a number of advantages over traditional concrete piles, especially in our climate. When building a custom deck for your forever home or making a substantial investment on a low-maintenance PVC or Composite Deck, Osborne Construction will almost always recommend Screw piles over traditional concrete. Here are just a few of the reasons why. https://postechpiles.com/thermal-piles/#piles-vs-concrete
The Finished Product
Loving the layout & flow of the original design, the homeowners choose to keep their new deck fairly consistent to the original plan with some new accessories; the decking was replaced with a beautiful pressure-treated Barefoot Brown wood which now features a 16 x 10 custom Pergola and a wrap-around stair case. Some may ask, why a Pergola, what’s the point? Pergola’s offer many great benefits, and in this case, it created a beautiful visual aesthetic that not only defines a hosting space on the deck but adds an element that allowed these plant loving homeowners to hang flower baskets.
This 320 square foot deck was completed in a little over a week during the early summer months of 2020. Have any questions about the details of this deck and rough investment on a project similar to this style and design, contact Osborne Construction.