Here are three examples of different decks that are sure to stir your imagination.
Possiblities exist and while your home is certainly unique, you can draw some ideas.
So if you are thinking about a spa and building a deck then consider
bringing the two together.
Spas are one of the best investments for you home that you can make.
You get the benefits of a spa without the size, maintenance and expense
of a full size pool.
Maximize the use and enjoyment of your deck.
Even if you are a novice, it's pretty easy to do.
I'll show you how I've done it for many clients and take you through the
entire design and build process from actual projects.
Check out the building projects below and you will see how deck design
principles are applied to create the most attractive and useful outdoor
living space possible.
Then apply these design ideas when you build your
own hot tub deck.
Single Low Level Deck and Hot Tub
a great deck that created an entire entertaining area around what
was initially a hot tub sitting all by itself in a useless area.
The homeowners didn't know how to tie it all together with the house.
I tried to help them. They loved it and so did all their friends.
Multi Level Pressure Treated Deck With Separate Living and Hot Tub Areas
This deck has level changes which visually and physically separate the private
hot tub zone and the entertaining area.
The homeowners wanted to feel like
they had two distinct areas with privacy around the tub.
Maximizing sunshine with a northern exposure backyard posed a challenge but we solved it.
They got what they want and More...
Multi Level Decks Around Corner On A Slope
Who says you can't build a hot tub deck in a tight space and on a slope?
homeowners here had a unique challenge because their lot sloped significantly
and wasn't very deep.
They wanted something special and intimate for entertaining and soaking.
Check it out and see if you think we got it right.