On the left, you can see our golden cedarwood fence with a bamboo cap. In the middle of the picture you can see the high quality bamboo screening we attached to the bottom of the deck to hide its underside. At the top of the picture our redwood deck with custom railing can be seen.
We can do any kind of fence, but on occasion we find a client who wants more. They want the fence itself to be an art piece. This fence has incredible wood, whose grain is super detailed in each tongue and groove piece that it is stunning to look at.
This deck is super strong and solid. It also has small 1"x2" strips of redwood set @3/4" apart for a zen modern look.
The curving arches above this gate are cut from a single piece of wood! This gate sets a magical tone for this wonderful property in Encino, Ca.
This yard has it all, beautiful patio to enjoy, lower lawn to play on with the kids and lovely arbors in the top center of the pic to hold vines. We also installed a wooden retaining wall that was @4' tall that the plants have covered in the bottom of the picture.
We replace this large timber that is holding up this arbor. It was a tricky operation to hold up those 5 large beams while we were putting in the new brace. We then painted it.
There is a lot of amazing carpentry in this picture. The pre-fabricated bamboo screening and arbor in front. Then there is the black bamboo lawn edging by the black decorative rocks. On the left is the cedar wood fence with bamboo cap. In the background you can see our beautiful redwood deck with bamboo screening along the bottom of it to block view of under the deck.
We began by constructing the retaining wall in the bottom center of the pic. This allowed us to have a flat space to put the upper lawn and plants in. Then we created the two step up gate with the double curving arbor it. It is all strong and functional yet warm and enchanting.
This steep hillside has been transformed into an enjoyable journey with our rose covered arches, strong hand railing and fencing as well as the steps. There is also a small pond we installed on this hill.
The double arch above this gate looked like this on the day we finished. Within a year, it was beautifully covered with vines.
We integrated lattice work into the top of the fence as well as the custom planter boxes we created. It adds a warm tone to this property, making the entrance more than a gate, its an enchanting experience.
We designed and installed this large arched arbor over a driveway in Encino. After it was constructed, we painted it white with primer and white paint.
This fence uses different size strips of Redwood tongue and groove wood to create an artistic look. We wanted to highlight the exquisite wood grains in this fence, so a clear stain was used to protect the wood.
This amazing fence is an artistic statement in the neighborhood. It celebrates the incredible beauty that wood can display.
We purposely did not install any handles latches so that this gate will remain a secret. There is only a small key hole, which, if turned smoothly opens the gate.
Good fences make good neighbors, they say. Well, this fence will make a great neighbor. The owner of this house is a highly successful music producer whose studio is in his back yard. All the rock stars relaxing here while recording will have total privacy, along with my client.
We installed this beautiful scalloped vinyl fencing along with the stunning brickwork you see. Vinyl fencing is amazing because unlike wood, it never needs painting or staining.
We designed and created this gate. It has fabricated steel framing that the 1"x2" strips of redwood are attached to. Once completed, the gate was painted.
Our fences are perfectly straight and level. This is cedar wood. It is the only other wood than redwood that can be used for a fence and last for 40 years. Cedar wood has a beautiful, golden color hue to it. If it is stained with a sealer, the color will stay, otherwise it will slowly turn a light grey color.
These 2"x12" redwood veggie planter boxes were constructed up at the prestigious Curtis School. Redwood and cedar wood are the only woods that can be used for garden planters because they can tolerate moisture contact. Other wood will either dissolve, or is filled with toxic chemicals and can't be used near food.