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Andy Hulette


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Custom Deck Designer


We love to design unique projects anywhere! We have great software that allows us to translate your vision into a virtual reality. It allows you to see shadows at different times of the day, as well as rich 3d modeling colors and textures. We can export pictures as well as videos now.

We recently won the 2012 Trex Most Creative Design for a deck that we designed and built right here in the Bluegrass. We love to incorporate curves, and other unique elements into our designs. Feel free to contact me anytime for a free estimate on designing your next project. We offer full Custom Design packages starting at $179.00. This includes 3 hours of Design time, 3d rendering, 2d plan with dimensions and structural drawing, and footing layout. *ALLWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT BEFORE STARTING ANY PROJECT. We also design pergolas, porches, lanai, patios, outdoor kitchens, outdoor fireplaces, fire pits, and landscaping. Below are some examples of Drawings:


Deck Blueprint

Layout plan:
Custom Deck Designer Plan
Structural Plan:

Custom Deck Designer plans

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We are also able to design outdoor kitchens. Don't Pay inflated prices elsewhere. We can construct custom Outdoors Kitchens, Fireplaces, and grills to suit your exact needs. We have hundreds of stock items that can be customized in minutes.

Custom Outdoor Kitchen Design

Copyright Laws Pertaining to Drawings:

Copyright protection for architectural design
Historically, although architects could prevent reproduction of their drawings under copyright law, that didn't prevent anyone from looking at the structure constructed or designed from those drawings and then replicating the design in new drawings or in another building. Anyone with the technical expertise who had sufficient access to a building could construct a carbon copy without infringing on any copyright. With the possible exception of ornamental features that might be considered “sculpture,” any or all of a building’s feature’s could be copied. In 1990, that changed.

As noted in the second article in this series, Congress has amended the copyright statute over the last 20 years to conform to the Berne Convention, an international copyright treaty. As part of that process, the Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act of 1990 (AWCPA) extended copyright protection to architectural design itself. Buildings designed or constructed after 1990 fall under the category of an “architectural work,” which is defined as:

The design of a building as embodied in any tangible medium of expression, including a building, architectural plans, or drawings. The work includes the overall form as well as the arrangement and composition of spaces and elements in the design, but does not include individual standard features.

This means that if we create a unique design for you for free as part of a bid, and you choose to use another contractor to build your project, they must come up with there own unique design. To build an identical (or same in composition of space) design, regardless of if they make their own drawings, is theft. We will rigorously pursue punitive damages for all infractions. If you want a rectangle deck, not a custom design, obviously this does not apply!