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Feb

Dream Deck Part 4- The Foundation

It doesn’t take an expert contractor to know that the strength, integrity and lifespan of any structure is based on the quality of its foundation. For the Glickman deck this was especially true because of the extreme weight of the massive main level and the 2nd floor balcony. Also, the cinder block construction of the decks foundation served as the homes lower level expansion which included a new utility room and entrance to the back yard from the basement level.

Russ Glickman bought in several of his masons to construct the foundation and then the carpenters got to work building out the framing for the main deck. If you look closely, a “4 legged” building inspector showed up to survey the project when no one was watching.

As you follow along with the Glickman deck construction, we invite you to imagine how a new deck on the back of your home would enhance your quality of life and make your home Yours. If you already have some ideas or need a certified designer to visit your home help you realize your dream addition, inside or out, please reach out to Glickman|Design Remodel Build. We’ve been helping homeowners just like yourself in the DMV for over 40 years with creative design and premium quality construction.

Please contact us or call us at the numbers below.

Maryland: (301) 444-4663
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A carpenter inspects initial deck framing
Masons laying first courses of cinder blacks for decks foundation.
Russ Glickman and Glickman| design remodel Build Foreman review the project and discuss next steps.
Drone shot showing finished foundation and rough deck framing.
A great drone photo of the new footprint that this massive deck will have.