Celebrating Canadian Design | Home Trends Magazine | Home Decor & Renovation

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The original deck at this home in a subdivision of Kingston, Ontario needed to be replaced as it was crudely built and the stairs were not in the correct location. The homeowners contacted Haight's Carpentry, a Craft-Bilt dealer, for an estimate on aluminum water tight decking with glass railings and a partial covered roof system. Realizing the benefits of working with a dealer who was also a contractor, the homeowner decided to team up with Haight's Carpentry to oversee the project which is taking place in three stages.


After taking care of designing the project, drawing up plans for the building department and securing necessary building permits, the first stage of the project involved demolishing the deck. New sauna tubes were dug, a new deck was framed and the stairs were relocated. A Craft-Bilt Desert Sand water tight aluminum deck was installed in full 20' lengths with matching stair treads. The deck was finished

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