Whittington Deck

Completed December 2009

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Completed December 2009

This new deck was built to replace a wood deck that was in poor condition. The deck is built over a basement garage maintaining access to the garage with stairs from a mid level deck to the deck which is at the main floor level. It is constructed with treated wood framing, composite deck flooring and composite railing. On this deck we choose to use Latitudes brand composite 1×6 flooring with concealed fasteners, 4×4 post sleeves, 2×4/1×6 railing with 2×2 balusters purchased from Home Lumber Co in Winfield Ks.

Words From the Client

My sittin place on the back of our log cabin was lookin as bad as Snuffy Smith’s front porch. I decided to replace it before it fell down and hurt somebody. I heard that ole Mark Eastguy got a new hammer and saw and was lookin for a place to use em. We figgered out a deal where ole Mark could break in his new tools makin me a sittin place. Ole Mark drug in his Timberline work wagon and set about hammerin and sawin. Before you could shake a stick, he hammered me up a mighty fine sittin place. Thank you Mark and Tony.

The deck on the back of our house that overlooks the creek was 25 years old and was unsafe to use. I had been inquiring of companies that construct decks for 2 years. I heard that Mark Eastman of Timber Creek Construction was a craftsman that built decks. After agreeing on a size and type of material to be used, Mark and Tony constructed and excellent structure that is solid, attractive and appears to be durable that will be usable for many years. The final cost was competitive to or better than any other quote. Thank you Mark and Tony for your efforts.
John & Jane Whittington
Douglass, Kansas

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