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Ipe decking project under construction in Utah by Del Ray Construction.
This is one of the most beautiful residential Ipe decking projects we have seen! Built by Matt Conklin of OPUS, the Ipe deck in this Highland Park backyard looks more like a resort oasis. Conklin used 5/4×6 Ipe well-spaced to provide some airflow due to the low perch of the deck. He finished off the look by using hidden fasteners and putting a radius on the edge of each piece.
This Ipe decking project in the Dallas area was built by contractor Kelly Hanna of Hanna’s Art Deck-O. The project used 1×6 Ipe decking fastened with CAMO hidden fasteners. Hanna likes to use wilder pieces of Ipe for a more exotic look and often runs Ipe vertical on the sides for his signature.
Dallas contractor Kelly Hanna of Hanna’s Art Deck-O used 5/4×6 Garapa decking as a wrap-around for this pooside project. This deck replaced a three-tiered yard on a cliff overlooking lake Grapevine. The Garapa decking was fastened using the CAMO Hidden Fastener System and finished with Ready Seal.