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Another stair case!

 Here's a recent job we did at Erw Porthor Chalet park near Tywyn . The customers had a gap behind the chalet and then around 50cm of cliff. The deck at the bottom of the chalet lost sun before mid day and they wanted an area to sit and enjoy the sun for as long as possible.  We worked with them and the park owner and came up with his design. The deck gives them 5x3 meters of useable space and the stair case keeps it tied into the lower level deck for them. As with all our stair cases we like to keep the angle as friendly as possible so the drops here are 7.5 inches on 11" treads.  Hope you like... BEFORE - quite a challenging area to get started on! AFTER - lots of restraints here but we got it done! With views like this you can see why the owners wanted the raised deck Initial 3D plan. We had to change the plan slightly to work with the ground once we'd cut it all back. 
So, a bit of a selection of recent jobs Outdoor living room at my own pad, (You know how builders homes never get finished), I'll post another of this when it is! Entrance and decking at a chalet park in Llanwrin near Machynlleth We took apart an old rotten deck here and rebuilt it. Occasional storage underneath combined with boxing off the front to tidy up the look.  Same deck as above with great sea views looking out over Cardigan Bay.   

Walkways, bridges and high level decking

 Some times I forget to post a job, or plan on going back for more photos and forget. This is one of them.  The customer had a large requirements list, due to the nature of the garden and a small stream running through it. The old water mill now converted property had no useable garden space and part of the garden was over the small canyon which we needed to create a bridge over Hope you like this job from 2020 near Newtown, mid Wales After cutting back the over growth here's what we had to deal with. After our build a glaring company will be fitting patio doors to access the deck form the living room The finished result form the other side of the stream. Theres a lot going on, but every part has a function and creates easier access for this complex garden Taking multi level decks to the extreme! The top level is around 7 meters above the stream  From the other side showing the scale next to the building A complex but fun job to work on, defo kept the brain cells working as much as