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MILTON: Ok, this isn't my house and I'd have to ask permission to go back. :) 
However, there's a beautiful deck in the back the we want to share with you. 








But first, a view of very well wrapped and cared for materials from our people at PMC Building Materials. 








Our lead, Armando, figuring our how we're going to place a new set of stairs in a tight and confined space. 







This is a PERFECT pic as it shows all the products from TimberTech's Legacy Decking Collection:
***Mocha Boarders
***Tigerwood Main Deck
TimberTech's Radiance Rails
***Kona Rails & Balusters
***Kona Post Sleeves
***LED Post Caps




The old weather worn wood that didn't last long at all considering this is a very new home. 









We didn't replace the framing because it was in very good condition and because of the brick posts were too nice to demo. It would've been a waste.





However, we did install new decking, rails and lots of lights.....no more split, weathered wood. Gone are the days of re-staining decks...There's a 30 year Fade & Stain Warranty on all of it!! That's awesome. 





You can see where they replaced some wood...that meant materials monies, installation monies and if they would've proceeded...staining monies. 








It was a smart financial and aesthetic decision to go with TimberTech's Composite decking.










Because....BAM!










TimberTech: 
Less Work. More Life.


itsmyhelper.com :
Improving the American Dream








We didn't build new deck framing but we did build a new set of stairs. 











And look how nice it turned out!!












            BEFORE












DURING












         AFTER













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DURING













AFTER
The perimeter board isn't painted, it's a composite "fascia" board. Sweet
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