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Outdoor Living Renovation

Customer Issues
  • The property is adjacent to and overlooks a wooded natural setting
  • The homeowners like to spend time outdoors with family and friends and wanted an outdoor living space to do so
  • The homeowners wanted something different, something that complemented the natural setting of their home and they were adamant that they did not want a traditional deck attached to their house.
Bel Air Construction Solution
  • Taking the cue from the homeowners that they did not want a traditional deck, the Bel Air Construction design team proposed an outdoor living area that organically grew into the trees providing a treehouse like feel
  • The large space provides both covered and open seating areas including a level with a 12-person hot tub
  • The decking material is low-maintenance Azek decking applied with concealed fasteners for a seamless look
  • The railings are composed of complementary Azek materials and glass panels to allow an unobstructed view
  • Bel Air Construction worked with the homeowner’s landscape contractor to develop the water feature
  • Low voltage lighting is used throughout for nighttime safety and an inviting aesthetic
  • The inclusion of the 12-person hot tub required an engineering consultation to ensure that the proper structure was in place to support the weight of the tub, up to 12 people and the water
  • The octagonal gazebo provides a small, quiet covered space and features a beaded and vaulted ceiling

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