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An additional deck in the backyard, starting level with the inground pool, extending over the ravine. Width approx 24ft, Depth approx 15ft & max height, approx 12ft.
Railing to be unobstructive in regards to appearance and provide maximum visibility of surrounding ravine and trees, while providing privacy from neighbours.
Regular pressure treated, non exotic woods are requested and building to be according local codes
Several different projects related to the house we bought.
The first project is to add a roof on the deck at the backyard.
The second project is to redo the kitchen which may involve knocking off a wall, redo the floor and replace the cabinet.
The third project is to discuss the possibility to add a concrete deck on the front of the house.
The kitchen project should be the major one so we want to get a quote before we start the project.
We are looking to get a new back deck built this year and looking for a professional contractor with good reputation and doesn't cost an arm and leg. I am including pictures of somewhat of what I am looking for. I am not good on the computer so this is best I can render.
side notes: I don't like where the stairs in picture for the back deck and I would also like to include cut outs on the deck as there are two windows located under the deck.
#1-replacement of small 30 sq. ft. bath fixtures, including vanity, toilets, shower door, light fixture, and flooring.
I have sourced all items required.
#2-replacement or repair of existing deck on house; considering composite decking. Deck is 12 yrs. old. We do not require any design work done-just replacement of existing deck.
I have a 4x6 concrete front deck at present and would like to extend it to 5x8. There would also be stairs. I would like it built over the concrete with pressure treated wood but would like to face it with pvc boards and have pressure treated on the top of the deck I would stain. Also would like a vinyl railing system.
I have a 4x6 concrete stoop with two stairs and would like to cover it with a wooden structure 5-8 plus stairs.
I would like the structure to be pressure treated but then faced with pvc boards along the sides.
Top to deck can be pressure treated that I would stain dark.
Vinyl rail system around deck.
Install one 36-inch-wide steel entrance door leading onto a rear raised deck. Door to include built-in mini blinds in upper window of door. Stainless steel lock set with hinges. Door exits from rear bedroom of house constructed with aluminium siding. Existing bedroom closet would have to be reduced by approximately one third in length to make room for entry and exit to rear deck. Materials, paint etc. required to finish bedroom to original state.
Pressure treated lumber required to construct a 6 x 5 foot raised deck, approximately 30 inches from ground with rails. Oversize step set with treads that are approximately 11 inches with 7 inch risers.
Suggest a floating deck as the existing ground level has poured concrete. Open to suggestions and recommendations. Flexible.
Install of one inside switch to control outside patio light. Together with and outside electrical outlet.
I would like to have wood stairs put over concrete stairs. There are currently 4 concrete stairs but would like a little deck and then stairs so maybe 3 stairs. You don't have to remove the concrete. With also skirting and handrails.
I've included a pic of what it looks like now and something similar to what I'm looking for. It's about 6ft wide.
1. Our existing 14 x 17 deck taken down and removed.
2. Two sides (back and side) of foundation parged. (This will include blocking in two basement windows and parging over them.)
3. Rebuild 14 x 17 deck with pressure treated wood (not green), including steps and 3' sides (two solid and one with slats and a gate).
4. Remove carpeted front steps, cap edge and replace with painted wooden steps.
5. Realign and hang fence gate with self-closing hinges.
All is to be complete by April 15, 2017.
Due to the current position of the back door we're looking for a deck to be built at ground level. It will measure 30ft x 16ft. An auger will be required as part of the ground being covered is a well packed gravel. The other reason a pro tool is required is that under the whole backyard about 1.5ft down is a deep layer of clay.
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