Get outside! Inside Out Underdecking makes it easy

If you’re like the majority of homeowners in the United States, you have a deck, balcony or porch. Think about yours for a moment. What are you doing with the space underneath?

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According to one study, 107 million out of 128 million homes in the U.S. have one of those three features, leaving a lot of square footage down below unused. One way to make that space usable is with Inside Out Underdecking.

A specially designed and pre-engineered ceiling system, InsideOut transforms the  underside of your deck into a desirable outdoor living space by managing rainwater. How does it work? Water-carrying panels hang from specially designed brackets and usher water to gutters either to the front or rear of the space.

Think about how nice it would be to use that space under second-floor balcony or porch without worrying about rainwater collecting and messing up your deck furniture and shooing you back indoors.

InsideOut Underdecking is available for installation on homes by Nyhof Custom Gutter & Aluminum and also by United Building Supply for contractors whose clients are looking for a beautiful addition to their outdoor space.

It’s an idea whose time has come. According to the Back Yard Idea Book, “the most frequently used spaces are those that visually and physically bridge the gap between indoors and out. These spaces are seen through interior windows and doors.”

That means a product like Inside Out can make your home look better both inside and out and also create an environment that draws you out.

The titanium-aluminum alloy under decking from Inside Out is maintenance free and durable in all kinds of weather — and a big step up from the vinyl under deck drain systems also on the market.

 With woodgrain and solid color finishes, you’ll be able to create an outdoor living space that reflects and expresses your personality.

Don’t leave that space under your deck to the mosquitos! Give Nyhof or United Building Supply a call and transform that space into an extension of your home. Inside Out 5Inside Out 1

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