CELEBRATE OUTDOOR SPACE

Building a new deck can make your outdoor living area be so much more enjoyable. For this project, it was important for these clients to have a spacious outdoor living area for use in entertaining large groups. Having a deck designed with freedom of movement in mind was important to them. The overall project consisted of two split-level, custom-designed, 550 square feet IPE (also known as Ironwood) hardwood deck spaces, a 500 square foot Concrete Paver patio, Granite landscape boulders, Basalt columns serving as a hammock stand, a dry stream bed, and Natural Gas torches for evening ambiance.

CELEBRATE OUTDOOR SPACE

Building a new deck can make your outdoor living area be so much more enjoyable. For this project, it was important for these clients to have a spacious outdoor living area for use in entertaining large groups. Having a deck designed with freedom of movement in mind was important to them. The overall project consisted of two split-level, custom-designed, 550 square feet IPE (also known as Ironwood) hardwood deck spaces, a 500 square foot Concrete Paver patio, Granite landscape boulders, Basalt columns serving as a hammock stand, a dry stream bed, and Natural Gas torches for evening ambiance.

PREPARATION IS KEY

The client’s existing porch was not making their outdoor hosting dreams come true. Here she is before Clover’s crew began. Clover’s owner, Jason Ireland, designed the new outdoor living space to follow the land it was resting on, and give the clients the best use of entertainment space. The clients wanted to replant some of the native vegetation that had to be removed as part of the excavation, so that was incorporated. Several large boulders were placed prior to the start of the new deck construction.

Before Clover Construction Began

PREPARATION IS KEY

Before Clover Construction Began

The client’s existing porch was not making their outdoor hosting dreams come true. Here she is before Clover’s crew began. Clover’s owner, Jason Ireland, designed the new outdoor living space to follow the land it was resting on, and give the clients the best use of entertainment space. The clients wanted to replant some of the native vegetation that had to be removed as part of the excavation, so that was incorporated. Several large boulders were placed prior to the start of the new deck construction.

NO DETAIL TOO SMALL

Each deck included a custom inlay pattern that Jason designed. Staining the Ironwood brought out the true beauty of this exceptional, exotic hardwood. Clover Construction paid attention to all the little details and carefully crafted the Ironwood steps leading onto the deck to appear as though they were one with the rockery landscaping nearby. The deck is interspersed with Copper Tiki Torches that run off of propane and create intimate lighting during the evening hours.

There was also a paver patio with stone columns that served as a hammock stand.  

NO DETAIL TOO SMALL

Each deck included a custom inlay pattern that Jason designed. Staining the Ironwood brought out the true beauty of this exceptional, exotic hardwood. Clover Construction paid attention to all the little details and carefully crafted the Ironwood steps leading onto the deck to appear as though they were one with the rockery landscaping nearby. The deck is interspersed with Copper Tiki Torches that run off of propane and create intimate lighting during the evening hours.

There was also a paver patio with stone columns that served as a hammock stand.  

LET THE OUTDOOR LIVING BEGIN

Here is the “dry creek bed” landscaping and the native vegetation restored to the land (Dry creek beds mimic a natural riparian area). They can be used for drainage as a way to prevent erosion by reducing runoff. On the other hand, many people simply like the way it looks!

This was a fun project for Clover’s crew. They particularly enjoyed the freedom of design from the clients. It turned out beautifully and is a outdoor living space that both owner and contractor can be proud of!

LET THE OUTDOOR LIVING BEGIN

Here is the “dry creek bed” landscaping and the native vegetation restored to the land (Dry creek beds mimic a natural riparian area). They can be used for drainage as a way to prevent erosion by reducing runoff. On the other hand, many people simply like the way it looks!

This was a fun project for Clover’s crew. They particularly enjoyed the freedom of design from the clients. It turned out beautifully and is a outdoor living space that both owner and contractor can be proud of!

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