Vintage deck. I photographed this deck today. Can you guess how old it is? See below for hints.

When this deck was built-
My cell phone was the size of a car battery
There were no digital cameras
My youngest daughter was not born yet
Contempory house style was the rage
I had blonde hair
See Photo 8 for the answer
Classic Deck and Patio Company railing. We called it "slat" railing
Classic Deck and Patio Company 2 level deck angular deck
Classic Deck and Patio Company angular decking (with angular framing too!)
Classic Deck and Patio Company wide stairs
Classic Deck and Patio Company bench and rail
Classic Deck and Patio Company bench
Classic Deck and Patio Company built in BBQ
Classic Deck and Patio Company bench
Answer 1997, did you guess it right? How about close? 15 year old STK cedar deck. Has a little rot in the decking, but 98% still looks great.

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  • Z
    on Oct 8, 2012

    Oh I think that's an awesome idea! I've been collecting old Kodak cameras to display in our Lady's Parlor with old photographs my Mom took and newer ones I took. My Daddy always took movies so I'm hoping to be able to get them transferred to digital so I can put them in digital frames.

  • Faye Edwards
    on Aug 26, 2015

    Most decks last 10 to 15 yrs.. I built my deck in 1981 and it was still going strong till I sold the house in 2004. As long as you keep them up they can last long

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