As a deck builder and installer, we often are asked about what to do with the space under your deck. That got us thinking about ways to help homeowners save on other things by putting that space to use.
Through the month of October, we are offering a 15% Discount on all Decks including storage with Trex® RainEscape® Under-Deck Drainage System.
We know that everyone is concerned with rising prices on just about everything . . . but we have a solution for homeowners!
It’s important to know if you are going to use the space under your deck, that the ground will stay dry. That’s why we use the Trex® RainEscape® Under-Deck Drainage System. This under-deck drainage system keeps rain, spills and snow melt from dripping through the decking boards above, creating a dry area below.
When we work with a new customer to design and build a deck, we ask them to think of ways to use the space under the deck as well. What would you do with the space under your deck?
Small Space Under a Deck
By utilizing Minimal Space Under Decks, you can save on building a shed or using up a car spot inside your garage.
- Using small gate or lattice, we can enclose the space for you to use for storage. Think of all those things you can store, such as gardening tools, bags of soil, wheel barrows, or pet supplies.
- Use is as a space for your kids to store their outdoor toys/games, sports equipment or bikes. Under the deck will keep these items from getting ruined by the weather and keeps them in a secure spot.
Large space under a deck
If your deck extends over a walk out basement, for example, there are lots of options. Most importantly, a well-designed and constructed deck will increase your property value.
- Turn the space under your deck into a Three Season Room and use it as a cozy dining room. With a fire pit, you can enjoy meals with family and friends without spending money on costly restaurants.
- And since it will be outdoors, you can safely use your grill long after snow falls. Enjoy your favorite home-grilled meals in the dead of Winter, not just in the Summer!
Call our design team, and learn about different economically friendly materials.