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When you create a deck that is raised more than a foot or so above the ground, you will want to provide for the safety of people and kiddies who use it.
This means including strong and secure posts and guard rails along the high edges, and providing some steps down (or up) to the lawn and garden areas.
The wider and deeper (from front to back of each step) you design the steps, the better they look and the safer they are!
Never skimp on safety features.
Raised Decking with a RampNote the Decking Board patterns
A Raised Deck with Box Step Access to GardensA Good Deck Design with Steps, Guard Rails, and a protective Reed Fence
Raised Decking Around a Pool, with Rails and StepsThis Decking is Shaped to Suit the Landscaped Gardens
This Raised Decking has Two Levels and a PergolaNote the Curved Shape where the Decks Join, and How Decking is at Floor Level
A Full-Width Raised DeckThe Wide Steps add Safety and are a Better Design
A Full-Width Raised Deck with a PergolaThe Pergola provides the Ideal spot to Eat or Relax in the Garden
A Raised Deck with Wire Guard RailsPlenty of Space to Relax and Wire-Rails provide Good Views of the Garden
A Raised Deck with Patterned Decking BoardsAttractive Guard Rails complete this shaped Decking Design
Wire Rails guard the Steps to Raised DeckingThe Shaped Decking looks Good in the Landscaped Garden
Many of the decks designed and built by TopDeck UK need to be raised above ground level. It is best when the decking boards are a similar level to the floor of the house. This makes it easier and safer to get on and off the deck!
Whatever shape, size, or design of decking your require, TopDeck UK can provide you with the best design for your home and garden — and best of all, it's FREE.