We had a customer share these photos of their beautiful deck they built in Texas. The deck is about 900 sq. ft. and is lighted with LED lights; all wiring runs through grooved 2″x4″ railings to help keep the wiring hidden. The Garapa decking is screwed with 3.5″ stainless steel screws that are counter sunk…Details
Garapa Decking Pictures
Below is a sampling of Garapa Decking Pictures including past Garapa Decking projects sent in by our customers. There are installations in different locations, and structures so please reach out us if you have any questions about the different projects shown here. We are also always looking for more Garapa Decking pictures so please contact us if you would like us to share your work. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Contractor Richard Weil of Add-A-Deck of Texas built this beautiful deck outside of Austin, TX, featuring 5/4×6 Garapa laid on the diagonal and bordered with 5/4×6 Ipe for a contrasting effect. Please call 512-639-7806 or e-mail them at email@example.com to schedule a free design consultation if you are in the Austin area. These photos are copyright Add-A-Deck of Texas and used with permission…Details
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.Details
This Garapa deck was built by John Copeland of Copeland Construction in Mt. Vernon, TX. Dallas area residents can contact John via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The home owners just purchased this home as a second home at Lake Cypress Springs. It sits back off the water so they were wanting to enjoy as much as the view…Details
The photos below were sent by an eDeck customer in Missouri, wrapping his pool with Garapa decking using EB-TY hidden fasteners, and finished with Warm Honey Gold color in Woodrich Brand Hardwood Wiping Stain. Garapa is a lesser-known Brazilian hardwood decking species, and is more golden-blonde than Ipe – making it both lighter in color…Details