Archadeck of Columbus has been building decks in our area for more than a dozen years. You name it; we’ve built every size, shape and color deck you can imagine. But the most important thing is that our decks fit the way our clients want to live. A great deck is one that you want to live on, eat on, read on, entertain on, or do the activities you enjoy most in your outdoor living space.
Like any other home improvement project you may be considering, Archadeck of Columbus advises homeowners to be cautious and do your homework when it’s time to select a company to design and build your new deck. Not everyone who quantifies as a contractor qualifies as a legitimate deck builder. And not everyone every deck builder adheres to the high standards, professional business practices, and quality workmanship you get with Archadeck as your deck builder and design company.
We believe choosing a custom deck design is comparable to buying a new car. Not everyone wants a red car, but those who do really want to drive a red car. Some drivers want an engine with more horsepower, and some want a more powerful sound system. The possible combinations as you mix and match the available features are almost endless.
Like car buyers, homeowners choosing a new deck should be able to select the custom features important to them. The right deck for your home and your lifestyle – size, shape, materials, amenities – might not be the right deck for someone else.
In the photo above, you’ll not only see a beautiful composite deck, but also a paver patio and stately pergola. The deck is made of TimberTech low-maintenance composite decking. The white deck rail posts are contrasted by the slender profile black railing spindles. The subtle tones of the pergola blend perfectly with the color of the home. As the homeowners descend from their yard, they meet the beautiful paver patio complete with a curved retaining wall.
At Archadeck of Columbus, we build many custom decks with pergolas. A pergola is an easy commitment when it comes to deciding to add a bit of shade or protection on part of your deck. This gives homeowners a choice to still feel completely outdoors, even while under their pergola.
Above you’ll see a combination outdoor space that includes a patio attached to a beautiful and tranquil koi pond along with a deck with double pergolas. You’ll notice the unique shapes of the pergolas match the zen tranquility of the koi pond. The pergola at the entry to the Columbus deck acts as both a trellis and a warm welcome to the enclosed portion of this outdoor space. The bell pergola in the corner serves to define the grill area. With both pergolas, vines can be laced. To the far side of the picture, you’ll notice a beautiful privacy wall. You’ll again notice that it’s not your typical privacy wall. Designed to continue the feel of the space, the privacy wall is as decorative as it is functional.
Take a visit to this Dublin OH golf course in the backyard shown in the photo above. This combination space includes 2 decks, a large paver patio hardscape and a screened porch. The large deck area shown on the left utilizes a dry deck system to ensure water that comes through the deck board is moved off to a gutter system keep the patio space below dry. The second deck sits atop the screened porch. Both deck areas are made of TimberTech and bordered with slender black aluminum railings. The large screened porch that sits below the second deck has extra wide openings to ensure the greatest visibility out into the yard. The paver patio is designed to integrate the landscaping into the space.
Zen. Take a deep breath and relax in this stunning space that compliments this home to a tee. You would never know that this space was added on. This large elevated TimberTech deck descends gracefully into the yard through the large TimberTech stair set.