Deck + Patio Combinations
We can create a patio and deck combination that naturally flows from your backdoor into your backyard. Off this patio, we can add steps to your raised deck, which can incorporate additional areas for seating, cooking, and relaxing.
Decks & Patio Combinations We’ve Built
From design to installation, let Stump’s Decks be your trusted contractor for creating a backyard living space that you’ll enjoy for years to come.
“Everyone we dealt with at Stump’s went over-and-above at each phase of the project. Everything went smoothly, the final product was above our expectations and the clean-up afterwards was perfect!”
Outdoor Living Upgrades & Additions
Take your covered deck to the next level with custom integrations like an outdoor kitchen, heater, or skylights. Let us know if you’re interested in adding any of these features to your project!
Bring your outdoor space to life and gather around the warmth of a fire pit.
Gathering family and friends has never been more convenient or fun.
Create visual interest and functionality with a wall, patio, or other masonry feature.
Enjoy your outdoor space year-round and keep warm with a Bromic heater.
Instantly create a comfortable outdoor room on your deck or porch with a wood or vinyl pergola.
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Start planning your dream backyard space. Get inspired by some of our recent projects, see popular options and design elements, and learn about our process for designing & building custom decks.
Our Design & Build Process
Our process is designed to make your planning and decision making a hassle-free experience. We want to understand completely what you’re looking for, your budget, and your timeline.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What’s the difference between a deck and patio?
Patio: A patio is a ground-level platform that’s usually made of concrete or brick pavers. Patios are a good choice if your back door is at ground level or 1-2 steps above ground level.
Deck: A deck is a raised platform that can be made of exotic hardwood or composite materials. If a deck is a significant height above ground, it will require railings. Decks are the only option for 2nd-floor doorways, sloping properties, and owners that want multiple levels.
- What does a typical project cost?
Many of our basic low-maintenance patios cost between $15,000 – $20,000. However, since patio size, options, and materials can vary greatly, the cost of a project can easily reach $50,000.