A pressure treated pine deck was replaced with Trex Accents composite decking in Saddle. Our customer, Julie, commented:

No surprises! My experience was exactly what I anticipated based on preliminary interaction with Matt, my assessment of his professionalism and comparison with that of other bidders. John was equally professional, responsive and effective. Breyer Construction is a real winner.

 

Once a deck and gazebo were added to this new home, the difference was striking.

 

Shown here is TimberTech Earthwood decking and RadianceRail railing. The custom stone columns not only add a beautiful accent, they match the front of the house to further balance out a nice design feature of the home.

 

This is another example of TimberTech Earthwood decking and RadianceRail railing being accented with an architectural design feature of the home. The custom brick columns match the front of the house too. Patrick, the homeowner we did this project for, commented:

They did what we asked them to do…I would highly recommend them to anyone.

 

This is another TimberTech Earthwood deck, but with an oversized Fairway vinyl balustrade railing system which provides a bold appearance that commands attention. This deck was designed to replace the smaller existing decks and provide access between them, while also providing increased entertaining area on all deck levels, even under the main deck!

 

Although the overall size of this back yard deck and patio did not change much, the before and after pictures above reveal a dramatic transformation that revolutionizes the enjoyment this family will now receive while relaxing and entertaining in this outdoor space. As you can see, Breyer's expertise in landscaping has made a remarkable difference here too.

 

There's much more than a transformation of the weather here after a wrap around deck was added to this home. This example demonstrates how the existing design features of the home were utilized by adding a deck design that accentuates the home's style.

 

Here we replaced a rotting cedar deck with a custom TimberTech composite deck and matched the stone columns with the existing chimney. The client here was thrilled with that! This deck also has a low-voltage LED deck lighting system which beautifully accents it at night. Richard, our client, commented:

They are knowledgeable about new products on the market and are able to offer suggestions to enhance the project. Innovative. A key attribute I was looking for. I love the deck and the lighting.

 

This is a serious upgrade from an older, smaller, simple wooden deck to an elaborate new composite deck with plenty of accents. This includes custom brick pillars to match the chimney, lattice enclosed storage area under the steps, elegant pillar supports, and the roof covered area on the second level. Notice the cupola and weather vane on the roof too.

 

The aging wood deck on this home was not only typical and becoming increasingly unsightly, some valuable space underneath was not being utilized. Notice in the transformation, there is not only increased deck space and stairs that did not exist before, but the wasted space under the deck now provides significant additional and enclosed storage space.

 

This was our I-105 FM Deck Winner for 2007! We rebuilt the existing deck, and added a second level using MoistureShield decking and railing in Seasoned Mahogany.

 

This deck teams together Fiberon Horizon Decking, a custom Trex Transcend railing, and some Azek fascia. It serves as an affordable new room, perfect for entertaining the family or relaxing outdoors after a long day of work.

 

Sometimes a single replacement creates a significant difference. Notice how the uneven steps before posed a potential safety hazard. The new deck, railing, and steps create added harmony by enhancing the color scheme. There is even additional safety achieved with the use of lighting in the steps.

 

A dangerous concrete porch and broken retaining wall was eliminated and replaced by a new Trex deck and Anchor retaining wall.

 

Here we created an outdoor living room featuring TimberTech Earthwood decking, a custom railing, custom brick columns to match the front of the house, and a built-in pergola to filter direct sunlight without eliminating the open atmosphere.

 

Notice in the before picture of this bathroom remodel that an exposed pipe has been painted and decorated to look less intrusive in the decor. To solve this problem, a recess was created which not only enclosed the exposed pipe, but created the ideal solution for better lighting as light fixtures are also embedded above the sink and vanity.

 

The existing decks here were reinforced, rebuilt, and extended to add a screen room and an octagonal section featuring glass balusters to accentuate the view. An inset slate for the fire pit is also incorporated into the design. David, the client, comments about Breyer Construction:

They did a great job.

 

This is barely recognizable as being the same home after this remodel and the addition of a covered porch with stone fascia. It was transformed from something "cookie cutter" into a personalized and inviting home the owner could be proud of.