This home is located on Pine Lake, just outside Issaquah, Washington. It has a multi-level deck with Fiberon Horizons decking and a metal/composite combination rail. The deck flows nicely to the backyard with dual steps off the landing.
This small home located near Woodinville, Washington feels much larger thanks to its large deck. The Fiberon Horizons decking has a double picture frame design and double divider boards. The metail railing is attached to wood posts, and capped with 5/4 x 6 Fiberon Horizons deck boards.
A tight knot cedar deck is a good match for the rustic setting of this home located near Issaquah, Washington. The tall trees surrounding the home shed a lot of pollen and organic matter, so the owner opted for a low-profile powder-coated aluminum railing with a view gap on top, which will just require periodic soap-and-water cleaning.
The deck on this Bellevue, Washington home has a frosted glass rail framed with aluminum to provide privacy from the road below without interfering with the views of nearby Lake Samammish. The decking is Fiberon Protect Advantage, a capped composite.
Designed for entertaining, the deck on this Woodinville, Washington home has angled steps that lead down to a stone paver patio and nearby sport court. The TimberTech Evolutions capped composite decking was also used to cap parts of the combo metal/wood railing and provide a flat surface for drinks.
A hedgerow near the side of the deck and the placement of the main deck lower to the ground provide privacy for the owners of this urban Seattle home. Benches and planters complete the sitting area. To minimize maintenance costs, the deck was finished with Fiberon composite decking and stair treads and white Azek cellular PVC risers.