32x48 Trex deck with a 10' Gazebo, 10' Pergola, and an Outdoor Kitchen
Estates At Perimeter
Another view of the walkway.
Another view of the inlay.
View of the Gazebo from ground level.
Flag stone walkway flows from the grand stairs.
About halfway through the 10' Gazebo, using 10' synthetic columns.
The grand stairs leading on to this outdoor retreat.
One of the most challenging floor framing projects I've done.... Note to self, let someone else design it and just let me build it!
This is the diamond inlay centered on the main level of the deck. The whole deck (not including the frame) is built of 100% synthetic material and all secured with hidden fasteners.
Above veiw of inlay in progress.
Landscape around the Gazebo.
Nice, clean, and tight cuts on the inlay.
Getting ready to prep for tile to be set in the center of the Gazebo.
Entry to house from main level of the deck, I accented it with flag stone to tie the colors to the house.
10' Pergola to shade the outdoor kitchen.
Again, nice, clean, and tight joints alternating the two colors of decking using all hidden fasteners.
Inset lights on each stair for safety and aesthetics.