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Elegant multi-level Ipe Deck features simple lines, built-in benches with an unobstructed view of terraced gardens and pool. (c) Decks by Kiefer ~ New jersey

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This photo has 28 questions wrote:Jul 8, 2013
fplinc wrote:Sep 19, 2013
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    Gibson Construction Company
    Jose, Check out Sansin's color chart for the stains. from there you can work with the supplier to tweak the stain color to create the effect you're looking for.

    Their product is much more durable than many of the other products I've used in the past. I think you'll be happy with the possibilities and the results.
  • johnfam
    If I have completely treated wood (pine) do I need to stain/oil the deck? Also how long does this particular stain I the deck in the picture last for?
kkendall931 wrote:Mar 7, 2015
  • minjeeah

    Where do you live at??? And if you have any questions on Raised beds, (ask me)!!!!!!

  • minjeeah

    O and where did you get the chairs and the benches?

Gabe Rensen wrote:Aug 13, 2014
  • Yvonne Lanier

    was it pressure treated? If so how long before i can seal.

  • Robert Kiefer

    We have found that the Duck Back did not last very long. We are now using Benjamin Moore Arborcoat Natural oil finish. Finishes are not what they used to be.

Karl Schultz wrote:Mar 21, 2015
  • Robert Kiefer

    The wood is ipe. I think it is the most durable deck product. I have 30 year old projects that are still perfect. I have never had to replace an ipe deck. I can't say that about any other product. Don't worry about the winters. The summer sunlight is any decks worst enemy. Winter is like putting produce in the fridge. It helps it to last longer.

    Good luck

  • cussond25
    Pourriez vous nous parler de la teinture (compagnie, couleur etc)? J'aime beaucoup la couleur, je la chercher depuis plusieurs années pour mon patio de cèdre.
cjulie27 wrote:Jul 13, 2013
  • Scott Rossi
    how did they bend the Ipe? what is the thickness of the wood used?
  • robier
Garden Lights Landscape and Pool Development Inc. wrote:Mar 21, 2015
cindynic wrote:Apr 19, 2014
Garden Lights Landscape and Pool Development Inc. wrote:Mar 21, 2015
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    Decks by Kiefer LLC

    Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. The top rail is actually Meranti. We use 2 layers of 1 x 12 glued together with marine epoxy and cut to the radius.

  • Robert Kiefer

    The bench is another process. That bench is laminated redwood. In other words we take 2x3 clear redwood and rip it into thin layers. It is then glued together and bent to a form.

magsom wrote:Feb 27, 2015
  • PRO
    Decks by Kiefer LLC

    Thanks for commenting, this deck is constructed with Ipe wood.

  • Mary Deegan it.

sjmurphy14 wrote:Oct 9, 2016
  • Robert Kiefer

    The bench legs just rest on the deck surface. A toe screw into the surface concealed with a wood plug holds the bench in place. The ends are also screwed to the planters from underneath.

Ashish Bala wrote:Jun 10, 2016
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    Decks by Kiefer LLC

    Hi there, thanks for your interest! We've used Cuprinol's oil based preservatives for tropical wood. Another good choice would be Benjamin Moore's ArborCoat oil-based "Natural" finish. Application every few years...

kategw wrote:May 17, 2016
  • Robert Kiefer

    Chaises belong to the client. I don't know the manufacturer

Andre Ernst wrote:Oct 9, 2014
aschlicht wrote:Jun 29, 2014
emilyruda wrote:Aug 21, 2013
cjulie27 wrote:Jul 13, 2013
  • chanre
    It says "ipe" in the description, a fairly expensive but sustainable hardwood.
Janet Ratcliff wrote:Mar 21, 2015
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              Teri Fotheringham Photography wrote:Jul 12, 2013

                What Houzz contributors are saying:

                Erin Carlyle added this to Houzz Call: Guys, Where Do You Feel Most at Home?Jun 1, 2016

                This elegant ipe deck by Decks by Kiefer faces terraced gardens and a pool. We can imagine some men who might like to relax here in the chaise longues and take in the view, perhaps sipping a glass of something cool or a mug of something warm.Show us: Is the place you feel most yourself at home a solitary, restful space? Or is it in the midst of all the action?

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