If you are considering a single or ground level deck, you already know it can save you money, time, and labor. However, simple does not necessarily mean basic. In fact, a single level deck has "next level" benefits including budget, design, safety, and adaptable space. Here's some ways to make that work to your advantage.
An artist retreat in Maine featuring a Garapa ground level deck.
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The return on your investment you can expect on a single level deck design is high since there is so much value already built in, from lower costs to lower maintenance.
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Using naturally beautiful hardwood decking means it can be part of your deck design. Depending on your choice of wood species and finish, you can make a classic statement or a bold one.
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Single level decks are a no-brainer for families with small children, elderly parents or anyone who has difficulty with steps.
Go ahead, let them run, hardwood decking can take it.
Sometimes, depending on the property or your lifestyle, a single level deck is your only option. But don't let that stop you for making it fabulous.
Did this information spark some ideas? Large, small or in between, there is no shortage of ways to make a single level deck design yours, and make it amazing.
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