Ground Level Deck A ground level deck is perfect for a modest, one or two story home. Often no more than 12 inches above ground, a frame is built underneath the flooring to help protect the deck from natural rot, standing water and moisture.
Raised Deck Also known as a balcony deck, this deck comes from the base of the second story and is anchored into the ground with sturdy, heavy-duty posts. This type of Sarasota deck often has a staircase to your backyard to provide a secondary entrance and exit.
Low Attached Deck A low attached deck is built flush with the threshold of your outer door and expands outwards to the desired height and length. This type of deck is perfect for homes that have a sloped backyard or uneven terrain.
Hillside Deck A hillside deck is similar to a low attached deck but can be attached to any point in the home. This type of deck is designed to support a hilly or sloped backyard to allow your family to enjoy a nice evening without having to worry about terrain hazards.
Split Level Deck A split level deck utilizes multiple levels and staircases to provide the illusion of more backyard space and relaxation space. This type of deck is especially good for homes with a smaller backyard. It utilizes more material and support posts than an average deck, however.
Gazebo Deck A gazebo deck is the perfect addition to an already-standing gazebo to provide an extra space to enjoy your yard with. This deck can extend out as far as you'd like it to and can be fit to any gazebo height.
Wraparound Deck A wraparound deck is your typical decking that wraps around the corner of a home providing a relaxation space on multiple corners. This type of decking can extend as far around the house as you'd like, as well as outwards.