Decks and Porches

Quick 2 Step!

Our clients initially requested a roof over their front stoop to protect visitors from snow sliding off their solar panels. And while we were at it, could we also provide a place for them to sit and admire their wildflower garden?

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Perfectly Proportioned Porch

The screened porch that replaced an ugly sunroom has graceful proportions, and plenty of room for dining and relaxing. The details and paint colors are carefully coordinate with previous additions.

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Low Rider

We replaced the original cedar deck with factory oiled mahogany which will stand up to rain, snow, and ice for years. The custom-built benches help define the space.

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Over and Under Deck

An expanded and renovated kitchen; two new decks; a second-floor bedroom suite; and a renovated second bath—all while the family lived in the basement!

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A Nice Step-Up Deck

This deck's two-level design follows the step down from the kitchen to the den. A diagonal area creates a nice dimensional look to the deck.

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A View for Two

We used the client's architect's draft, details from neighborhood porches, and ideas from other parts of the home to build a porch perfect for two people.

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A Place to Swing

We demolished the original porch, an ugly cement slab with poured cement steps, and replaced it with mahogany wood.

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A Winter to Remember

This new porch features wood treated with nonVOC, whey-based finishes, and a roof designed to drain water away from the steps. We built it during one of the worst winters in recent memory.

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Shady Spot

Durable and easy to maintain, this deck will hold up in all kinds of weather. The pergola is positioned to provide shade in the afternoon.

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