These are all decks which include handrails, either for aesthetic or safety reasons.
Hand rails or safety rails come in all sorts of designs. Most of my customers elect to have traditional balustrading, which consists of vertical spindles attached to horizontal rails fixed between Newel posts. A cheaper option is some sort of palisade fencing. More expensive options include wrought iron spindles or panels. There are examples of all of these below. If you have a big enough budget, you could consider toughened glass panels, fixed between stainless steel posts. Unfortunately you won’t find any examples of that here, as I have yet to meet a client with pockets that deep.
Large Raised Decking Project for Paul and Elizabeth
This was another large and somewhat unusual project situated in Great Doddington near Wellingborough. The customer had an existing raised patio built on four supporting walls to create storage areas beneath. The original patio paving was “tired”, the handrail was […]
Split Level Deck for Dave and Joanne
This large, split level deck in Upton is around 70 square metres, and was built on different levels to give individual defined areas. The deck incorporates LED lighting, handrails and features a discreet hatch to give access to a grey […]
Wood Decking with Handrails for Steve and Maxine
This is an interesting deck in that it has many features. It is a large “L” shaped deck, built on a sloping site, is split level and has balustrading all around. The deck is situated in my home village of […]
Raised Deck for Lee and Donna – Duston
The brief here was to create a useable decking area immediately outside the rear door of the extension, which as you can see is quite a bit higher than the garden. This deck is situated in Duston, Northampton The […]
Deck with Water Feature for Mark and Abi
It is difficult to know where to start in describing this deck as it incorporates so many features. It was built in Billing, partly over an existing paved area, and partly over lawn. The lower section finishes flush with the […]
Timber Decking Display for Wooden Supplies
This is the display I built for “Wooden Supplies”, formerly HFS Timber (Harlestone Firs Sawmill). It is a bit of a “mishmash” but it was designed to show people what is possible and to give some ideas. This deck was […]
Garden Decking for Chris and Thui
This large garden deck, situated in Billing, was built on a sloping site and incorporates LED lighting around the edges, by each Newel post and also on the front faces of the steps. The deck was built as a […]
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