If you live in a city or a neighborhood where the lots are only as wide as your home, you have probably cast off the idea of having a deck. Just because you have a narrow lot does not mean you can’t have an outdoor retreat.
Before you get started make sure you are complying with all local building codes. If you are not familiar with decking installation, contact a local licensed contractor to do the work.
When you’re drawing out your plans, use all of your available outdoor space. This means planning for your deck to be as wide as your home. If your neighbors happen to be really close, build a privacy fence out of the same material.
To add a little more dynamic, you can create different levels, or even build your deck around a tree. Plus, when that tree matures, you’re left with some added privacy and shade!
When you really utilize all of your available space, you will see that your new deck has become an outdoor escape from the urban city.
Choosing a material like Tigerwood Decking will leave you with a remarkable outdoor space that is also long-lasting and durable. Tigerwood has a lifespan of over 30 years, making this the perfect option for your new outdoor living area.