Here is a one of a kind sprawling multi-level hot tub deck that punches a wallop of flavor and design. Its complex layout, three deck levels and wide step between levels may be more challenging to build than a rectangular deck, but then again who wants a simple deck these days.
Let's take a closer look at the directional lines of the deck. Matching angled laid decking creates visual lines on both the upper and mid-level decks, dramatizing the distance and the offset between the two. Railing lines around the deck seemingly carve contours around the parameter, increasing ones awareness of shape while adding a sense of safety.
Good staircase placement is important for multilevel decks especially when hot tubs are involved. This deck's particular staircase placement maintains a good distance from the hot tub and is situated for good foot traffic flow around the deck, far enough away from table and seating areas for the comfort of seated guests and family.
Depending on the hot tub and its installation, the lower deck can offer a convenient way to reach tub controls making working on hot tubs a snap. Two wide staircases neatly divide the hot tub area and lead to a 186 square foot mid-level deck. The upper level deck offers a beauty all its own. The wrap-around step outlines the angled decking pattern, offering an open feeling for meandering guests.
This is surly a deck to be reckoned with, particularly for deck and hot tub enthusiasts.
- MULTI LEVEL HOT TUB DECK
- 24' x 29' 5'' DIMENSIONS
- 318 DECK SQUARE FOOTAGE - TOP
- 186 DECK SQUARE FOOTAGE - MIDDLE
- 90 DECK SQUARE FOOTAGE - BOTTOM
- SINGLE STAIRCASE
- SINGLE WRAP-AROUND STEP
- TWO SETS OF WIDE STAIRS
- STANDARD DECKING PATTERN -TOP
- STANDARD DECKING PATTERN - MIDDLE
- STANDARD DECKING PATTERN - BOTTOM
|Downloadable Deck Plans:
Includes Industry Standard Construction Plans, Detailed List of Materials and Deck Building Instructions.