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Amcdonald

12:55PM | 11/22/06
Member Since: 10/17/04
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I am in a raised bungalow so my deck is approximately 4-5 feet off of the ground. The basement windows are full size and are under the deck. I would like to somewhat close in the deck so that it can be used for storage, etc. But also, the asthetics is the big thing. Right now it looks so bare because it is a big (25 x 15) mud patch under there (clay to be more specific) I need a better alternative than lattice. Any suggestions?

Altereagle

11:00AM | 11/23/06
Member Since: 12/27/02
543 lifetime posts
First check with your local building officials they usually don't like the idea of the underside of the deck being used for storage.

Here is some pictures of ones we have built under vinyl waterproof decks.

http://www.altereagle.com/

online pictures / dr k's home

..and some http://decks-ca.com/

in our decking pictures

Alter Eagle Construction & Design

http://www.altereagle.com/ | Construction & Design | http://decks-ca.com/ | Decks, California outdoor living | http://kingofcrown.com/ | Molding and finishing | http://installcrown.com/ | Crown tutorial


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