One of the challenges we come across often as we design walkout elevated decks is the column/post placement. It’s never appealing to have a window or door looking out at a column. This deck would typically have a minimum of 3 posts, but since we kept the design simple, we were able to make the 20’ span with just 2 posts by upgrading to an engineered beam. The result is an unobstructed view from the walk-out basement.  With a purposely simple design, it’s the details and finishes that bring…

One of the challenges we come across often as we design walkout elevated decks is the column/post placement. It’s never appealing to have a window or door looking out at a column. This deck would typically have a minimum of 3 posts, but since we kept the design simple, we were able to make the 20’ span with just 2 posts by upgrading to an engineered beam. The result is an unobstructed view from the walk-out basement. With a purposely simple design, it’s the details and finishes that bring…

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With special construction using an under deck drainage system, the area beneath a deck can be used, rain or shine.

With special construction using an under deck drainage system, the area beneath a deck can be used, rain or shine.

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