If your home sits on a long, narrow lot, don’t assume the outdoor space you have is unusable. Much like my last post about utilizing all your outdoor space on a narrow lot, the same applies for a long, narrow lot. You do have more of an advantage here as you may have more square footage to work with.
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.
You have several options when you’re building a deck on a long, narrow lot. You can build the deck to take up an entire corner of your lot. Build some steps that will allow you to access your yard from the deck.
Another option is to expand your new deck to take up the entire length of your home. If your lot is narrow enough a deck that takes up the entire backyard won’t be overwhelming when you step outside.
The last option is to build your deck to wrap around to the front of your home. You can give your guests easy access from the front yard to the backyard when you have those summer BBQs, or fall get togethers.
If you’re unsure of what you want to build, sit down with a designer. They are experts at building the appropriate structures for their spaces.
When you choose a material like Tigerwood Decking, you can be sure that your outdoor space will look stunning. Pair the decking up with some railings and lighting and your backyard will be the talk of the town.
Contact us today to get your free Tigerwood Decking quote. The deck of your dreams is a possibility.