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I have a 10' x 10' deck off of my back door. The home was built in the early 90's so all in all it is still in good shape so I just need a bench which is affixed to the deck removed, a 2-foot extension outward toward the hot tub to make it a 10' x 12', restain and a decorative lattice placed around the bottom of the deck enclosing it.
Replace deck extending it out 2 extra feet and use existing privacy panels and railing. Install new composite decking, and stone and composite skirting. Composite (Timbertech - Tropical collection) and stone (Fusion Stone) already purchased, materials to rebuild the deck not purchased yet.
Deck is L-shaped, long part of L is 20x12 (want to extend it to 22') and small section of Lis 8x9. I set of stairs. Deck boards are removed but framing still need to be removed (see attached pictures).
Main Support beam of the deck over a Walk-out basement needs replacement.
This Support beam is made from 3 - 2 X 10 spruce. Total span = 55’4’’
There are 3 - 10' high main posts in the walkout area - the following is the span between them
10’ 6” -^- 11’ 10” -^- 12’ -^- [11’ 7] -^- to the retaining wall and smaller post
(9’2’’ to a Retaining Wall + 2’5” to 1st post on raised slope under deck
+ an additional 9’ 5” between the two final posts under deck
Attached Pictures show:
The Beam on the south side of deck is rotting above a gate behind skirting
The beam as it comes north is beginning to show signs of rotting.
We braced some of the joists with a shoring pole where the rotting beam is falling apart.
(Would appreciate ideas/options for making the beam and posts more resilient to weather/maintenance/environmental factors and on how to better utilize under-deck space.)
We are looking to get our deck build this spring and have lumber quotes already from Home Depot & Rona building Supplys.
Would would like to know what the cost would be for getting some professional help with building the deck with my husband who is a banker, not a handyman per say.
The deck is 2 levels, with level #1 6 feet high , being 12 feet wide and 9 feet long. The lower deck of 2 feet high is 14 feet wide and 12 feet long. We are using pressure treated wood and would like to start the end of April once the ground is thawed for post holes.
We have a new home with walk out basement and are currently looking for quotes on the cost of building the upper deck (piles will need to be dug and in place as well). The size we are looking for is 12' x 12' wood with railing (wood or metal).
As well we are looking for a quote for a concrete pad on the lower walk-out level (12' x 12')
I originally was going to do the project on my own with friends but we all got busy last fall . I have already bought the new 2x6 and the railblazer aluminum railing. I require help from a contractor to ; remove existing 2x4 from joists and floor , repair or replace any pressure treated supports , remove concrete debris from around and under deck area ( clean and repair stucco wall area and discuss the cost and new look of rock panels ) , prime and 2 coats stain or paint new 2x6 boards on all sides and edges and screw down the new boards , a) i would like to also purchase and install a retractable awning system if my budget allows. b) * on the new boards i would now like to look at using composite boards instead of the 2x6 that i have. c) i have access to vehicles so i can haul away any leftover construction debris if this will assist rather than bin rentals. d) we will also wan to build a storage area counter top area running along the stucco wall .... deck area is roughly 40 feet wide with one area about 10 feet deep and other area about 20 feet deep . thank you for your consideration.
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