We all want our new decks to be different from our neighbors, and there are lots of way to accomplish this. You can add planters, wrought iron railings, a pergola, or low-voltage lighting, but one of our favorite ways is to curve the front of the deck. Curved decks are a lot easier to pull off now than they were in the past. The reason is that modern composite and PVC decking is much easier to bend than Pressure Treated wood. A curved front can help your deck to flow better, especially if you have a round table. For a deck that is low to the ground, it can add some character to the landscape of your backyard. Plus, they just look really cool…..
Curved Deck Materials
We built our first curved deck in 2004 and we have built quite a few since. Over the years we have used lots of different decking and railings for them, anything from Trex and Fiberon composite decking, Azek & wolf PVC decking, Pressure Treated wood and even hardwoods like Ipe and Mahogany. While we prefer to use PVC like Azek because it is the easiest to work with, we can build your curved deck with almost any decking and railing combo. We can also build a curved stairs to make your deck even more unique.