The original plan was to do the Garden decking design in 2 stages and may be wait for 6 months to do the rest, its a lot of expense at once also they where not sure about what to do with the bottom section, but after seeing the finished first part they couldn’t wait!! so a week later we where back around there finishing off the last section, we did advice about waiting to long as the decking will weather different and it had in just that week.
We decided on a step would have to be added to make access a little easier and also to extend a little further in to the side bedding, only a small amount of digging required this time and also replacing 8 of the original lengths of decking so it would meet the fence, the large concrete shed base had to be cut back to accommodate and make room for the step but was also a good solid base for the frame to sit on, also securing it to the freshly painted wall was ideal, only needed 2 support legs concreted in to the mud at the far end for extra support, but it was a nice simple extention to the first part, the only problem we had was supply, we needed to get it from the same company and we had to have the last of there stock which did included a few weathered panels already, but it wasn’t an issue as its all going to be stained the same in the next few weeks.
all this in to that small section but it worked perfectly, made the whole decking more accessible and created a nice seating area for there swinging chair as well as the garden furniture set.
and then the finished garden decking design waiting to be slightly weathered and then a light stain applied all over