Deck Visualizer with McCray Lumber

Visualize Your Deck Before You Build

Building a new deck is an exciting, yet often stressful time for many homeowners. With what seems like countless options to choose from when it comes to your new structure, how can you make sure you get your design plans exactly right?

Thanks to visualizing programs, you can plan out every aspect of your deck build before the old one is even torn away. From the type of wood you choose to sizing, hardware, and more, deck visualizers let you experiment with your deck design before you start construction, creating an easy stress-free build.

Some deck visualizers you can use prior to your build include:

Trex® Deck Designer
This online tool by trusted deck building material manufacturer, Trex, lets you build and customize your own deck using a wide array of Trex materials. You can complete the look with different colors and accessories, and at the end of your design, will receive a personalized report detailing everything about your chosen deck.

Deckorators® Deck Visualizer
This visualizing tool allows you to build your deck in 3D, and save as many different projects as you want so that you can compare and contrast different options side by side. With an assortment of Deckorators products to design with, you can bring your deck design from the concepting stage all the way to even hiring a professional for the project within the tool.

Fiberon® Deck Designer
A drag and drop, easy to use tool, the Fiberon Deck Designer helps to you customize your deck design. With the ability to upload a photo of your home to work off of, as well as an installation checklist, this visualizer lets you save and modify your designs, and even share on social media.

When you take the time to plan out and see your virtual deck design before committing to the project, you can rest easy knowing that the finished product will be the deck of your dreams. Start experimenting with different deck styles today, before you build.

To learn more about deck visualizers, visit McCray Lumber and Millwork today.