Ash Drive Martini Deck
Project by Troy Stout
The deck before was showing years of wear, and our clients wanted a much more cohesive look compared to the split tile/wood finish it had before. All of the wood showed signs of rot, and it was beginning to sag, creating many trip hazards and debris traps. The tiled half of the deck was riddled with cracks that also collected debris, and it was difficult to keep looking nice. The cracking was causing water to leak into the room below. The new deck features Teak deck tiling, a material that naturally contains high amounts of oils and rubber that make it resistant to rot, fungus, and termite damage. Under the teak, we installed a synthetic rubber roofing membrane to ensure the house below stayed completely dry. Also included are all-new handrails in a bronze finish. New solar lights were installed to give the space ambiance.