At Ryno we love to see photos of our customers work, which is why at the end of every month we give a £50 Amazon Voucher to the person who sends us the best set of photos from their project.
This months winner is Richard Lister, who used RynoDeck Self-levelling adjustable decking pedestals and decking cradles to upgrade his back garden.
Congratulations Richard! There’s a £50 Amazon Voucher coming your way.
Scroll down to learn more about the process involved in this project.
“My project had the kind of issues that RynoDeck uprights were tailor-made to fix. A small area behind our house on several levels with a base of either concrete or brick. I decked it in wood fifteen years ago but part of the joist structure rotted so I decided this time I would aim to ‘fit and forget’.”
Richard told us Ryno height adjustable decking pedestals and cradles were an obvious choice because of their versatility: specifically their ability to overcome very large changes in surface level.
Ryno adjustable decking cradles allow height build up as minimal as 10mm: useful, for example where pre-existing door frames sit close to ground level. Ryno adjustable decking pedestals extend up to heights of 1000mm and even when used in conjunction with decking cradles, can create a strong and robust substructure with a completely even surface for laying decking.
“The range of heights available though was invaluable and I couldn’t have built my deck without them.”
Ryno decking products work with joists of many sizes and types: including timber, composite, aluminium and steel. In this install, a composite joist was used.
Although Ryno pedestals are used most regularly on large commercial projects, the products work perfectly in small spaces too - this small terrace space is a great example.