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Curved balconies and terraces are always tricky do to because they require exact cuts all along the edges and unlike house decks, you can't simply overlay the boards and but them after the fact. It requires precise measuring for each board and repeated mitre cuts to achieve a beautiful deck.

Inside View Of New Decking On Toronto Lakefront

For this Terrace on Toronto's waterfront, we used a Tropical Walnut composite from TruNorth Decks and some stunning white river stones for the outside edge. This created a beautiful Mediterranean look that seemed to fit in nice with the clouds that day!

Side View Looking Out Into Toronto Harbour

Making over a townhouse balcony from old wood to a beautiful composite from TruNorth Decking is relatively easy and can make the difference between not using the space to sitting out there all the time!

We outfitted this balcony with Hazelwood composite laid out in a picture frame pattern. Simple but nice and will last forever!

Before Terrace Creations Makeover 🙂
After Terrace Creations and some composite decking from TruNorth Decks!
Before Terrace Creations
After Terrace Creations

Always fun to see the difference even for a small balcony when the grey concrete has been replaced with a beautiful flooring or, in this case, Hazelwood composite. As well, we added five inset lights on the outside of the balcony that will light up the inside in the evenings. A small remote controls it all.

Hazelwood composite balcony.

Large terraces are often constructed with old pavers which can break and look ugly real soon. We finished this terrace with a Hazelwood composite from TruNorth Decking and framed it on the ends with horizontal boards to picture frame it all in.

The customer also requested and received a series of inset lights along the outer and inner edges of the terrace.

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