Take control of your deck design with our virtual deck designer tool. Work from the ground up, choosing deck railings, materials, and layout to bring your deck ideas to life!

Design Your Deck

From style and size to functionality, materials, options, and price, our Deck Designer can help you create the deck that's perfect for your lifestyle and your home.

System Requirements: Requires Java 1.6 and Adobe Acrobat 5.0+. If you do not have these applications, you may be prompted to download them.
PC Platform: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 10
Macintosh: 0SX v10.3+, Safari 1.2.2+
Web Browser:
The Deck Designer requires using Internet Explorer or Safari.

If you continue to encounter issues running the software, uninstall all versions of Java and then go to www.java.com to reinstall the latest version.

Start Designing Your Dream Deck

Whether you're dreaming of a multi-tiered masterpiece or something a little more modest - your deck starts here... and it's easy!

Design your deck to your specifications! Choose shape, height, stairs, plank direction, rail design, and more. Everything is completely up to you!

Note: You will have to sign up for an account in order to save your design and receive a unique Project ID number.

View Your Deck in 3D

Once your design has been named and saved, you will receive a unique Project ID number that will allow you to view a 3D rendering of your deck. You will also have access to a detailed materials list, details component drawings, installation checklist, layouts, cut guides, load analysis, tool tips, and your custom deck estimate.

Visit a Lowe's Store Near You

Have your unique Project ID with you, and head out to the nearest Lowe's store where an associate will be happy to help you with your materials purchase!

Deck Installation

Need assistance building your dream deck? A specialist at your nearest Lowe's will schedule an on-site visit, where your installer will measure your space to ensure an accurate fit. They will also provide you with information on filing the necessary permits and inspections.

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