A couple and their adult kids want to add a new deck to their D'Arbonne Lake home in Louisiana, with their current deck rotting and offering no protection from the heat or insects, and Gartj creates a Southern plantation-style design.
A couple in Black Forest, Colorado dislike their home's small, exposed deck that leaves guests crowded in the tiny hearth room, so Garth creates the create the ultimate party space by opening up the walls, tripling the original deck footprint and adding a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.
A couple's home in Parker, Colorado, needs a major deck overhaul to take advantage of the incredible views of the Rocky Mountains and downtown Denver. A $290,000 budget allows the crew to design a 920-square-foot wrap-around deck, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, outdoor kitchen with granite bar and sliding glass walls.
Garth travels to the Lone Star State to build its first mega deck. Garth unifies a disjointed patio, doubling the floor space and quadrupling the covered living area. The $325,000 deck is finished with fire pits, a swim spa and a mesquite bar top.
Colorado Springs homeowners with a half-finished deck call on Garth to complete the job and deliver the deck of their dreams. James leads the build on the 1,800-square foot dream deck that includes a huge four-season room with a skylight, an outdoor kitchen, three fire features, ornamental steel railings and a custom 7-foot wide spiral staircase. To complete the project, Garth will need to cut down three 40-foot pines, which makes the homeowners a bit apprehensive.
Transforming a home's 20-year-old wooden deck with views of Pikes Peak, Colorado, into a $400,000 mega deck requires a complete demo and rebuild, complete with 13-foot-tall stone wood-burning fireplace and sliding glass panels.
In Castle Pines, Colorado, the crew has a $350,000 budget for a contemporary-style mega deck with a curved, hand-cut stone fireplace; sleek steel pergola; and pizza oven. But building outdoors in winter subjects the crew to dangerous icy conditions.
Garth and his team brave sub-freezing temperatures in Idaho to build a $590k multi-level deck with four distinct living areas. The indoor-outdoor space features a pizza oven; a mezzanine-level bar overlooking the Snake River; and an infrared sauna.
In the Season 3 premiere, a mountain home in Conifer, Colorado, gets a $375K deck with a wall-sized stone fireplace, a hot tub that seats 12 and a grill kitchen. Howecver, an icy road leads to a delivery truck crash that complicates the project.