With over 30 years’ experience in the construction industry, Bryan has developed over 5,000 projects in the Atlanta area and built over 2,500 homes in the Atlanta area. Bryan has a Bachelor’s degree in construction management, is a State Licensed Residential Contractor and holds a Master Deck Professional Certification.
Bryan has been with Outback Deck and Nehemiah Exteriors for over 2 years. His day to day activities include, but are not limited to, project design, customer consultation and new product research and estimating. What Bryan likes about his job is the customer interaction and project design and he enjoys the people he works with.
In his spare time, Bryan enjoys volleyball, golf and spending time with family and friends.
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This homes old deck lacked proper supports and overall was structurally weak. Our crew replaced this old damaged deck with a long lasting Tigerwood Deck with Fortress rails. The homeowners can't wait to enjoy some good weather on their new deck!
Outback Deck provided service in their area that impressed these homeowners to call. Having a very detailed proposal made them feel comfortable about the project. We created a covered patio area matching finishes on their home and meeting HOA criteria.
Customer wanted an outdoor space "inside" close to the pool but yet able to grill. Outbace Deck gave them a level of detail that made them feel comfortable. They gained a sunroom extension with a grill deck made of composte and fortress rail.
We were contacted regarding an older rotted deck that was not safe. What sold them on Outback Deck is that they were given options and their Solution Specialist did not try to force a product on them. The level of detail on the front end made them feel comfortable investing in the final product. They chose cedar decking with Fortress rail and a matching Fortress gate.
This customer reached out because of a neglected deck that also suffered from constant direct sunlight. Their Solution Specialist offered a new design that allowed them to get a low maintenance deck at their price point. The new deck is Goodlife decking with Fortress Al13 aluminum railing with steps to the ground.
These homeowners wanted to replace their existing deck with a composite deck. It really made a difference and you can see the impact its made for this household. Call or contact us today for a free estimate!
A customer had wanted to replace the old small deck with a bigger composite deck with a gate and balusters to accommodate a small dog. Outback Deck could get the job done soon at the price they wanted with the modifications they needed.
The deck that we replaced was 21 years old and was original to the home. Our crew installed GoodLife deck product and Fortress rail's that looks fantastic and made the homeowners very happy.
The family was looking for a solution no other company could come up with. They had seen some of Outbak Deck's work and heard of our reputation. They decided upon Timbertech decking and Fortress rail with a patio, underdecking, screened in upper deck and an additional lounging space.
These customers loved the design and material option. It was different than what others were offering. Included is a gable roof covered screened in porch with a small grill deck, Colonial rail with aluminum balusters, Tigerwood decking with Tigerwood Tongue & Groove porch floor in the porch area.
A customer wanted to add a patio underneath with a hot tub for a seating area so requested an underdeck system be added to the deck.
Also, extra project: Having a tree removed to plant pine trees there.
They chose Outback Deck as they were able to offer to finance and could complete the entire project. They modified landscaping, took out trees, installed new sod and bushes for privacy, installed an underdeck system with LED lighting, put in a new concrete pad for hot tub and large paver patio underdeck and sunroom.
The homeowners were wanting to resurface the porch with composite, expand it, and screen in part of it. the deck also has stairs that she wants to demo and replace on the other side of the deck to connect to another part of the property. We installed the Azek porch floor and Fortress Rail, tongue and groove ceiling with a fan and can lights, open deck with Azek decking and fortress rail.
These homeowners wanted an outdoor space fro their family to enjoy for years to come. We installed a Tigerwood deck, planter boxes and a pergola to showcase the swing. The family was very happy with our craftsmanship and can't wait to use their new deck.
A customer needing to redo a 1300 sq multi-level deck with Trex making sure it will meet code requirements. Outback Deck was able to answer all of their questions and covering everything in detail. The end result is a deck across the back of the home with a walkway to the front made of Timbertech product and Fortress rail.
The existing deck blocked the view to the yard and fountain and the bulky rail made it feel closed in. It had also become a bear to maintain for the home owner.
The new Tigerwood Brazilian Hardwood deck offers a lower maintenance option with a 30+ year life expectancy. A new cedar rail with an aluminum baluster option provides a cleaner more open look and the post accent lighting shows off the beauty of the Tigerwood at night. These features, coupled with the open no rail portion of the new deck, allow a great view to the back yard and fountain area as well.
A 30 year old deck which was very unsafe got a makeover and the homeowner is able to enjoy the sky as never before. Outback Deck helped with design to create access to her yard and do away with her multilevel deck. The new Timbertech deck with Fortress rail combined multiple levels into one level, doing away with a trip hazard and creating more space.
We met the property owner at a home show. They were wanting an ipe or tigerwood deck as soon as possible. We installed the tigerwood deck with a Fortress rail and did away with upper deck and stairs to make the space larger.
The customer called in wanting to upgrade their old rotten small deck and were able to get a porch with the features they wanted - a covered porch with Tigerwood porch floor and colonial rail, PVC wrapped posts and a small set of stairs. Their odd roof line was no match for the successful challenging design/build.