StoneDeks System Applications

Multi Level Deck

Multi-Level Decks

Create Luxurious Multi-Level Stone Decks With Our Innovative System

Multi-level decks are a great way to make your outdoor living area more functional and beautiful. With multi-level decks, you can create different living areas or even dedicated spaces for grilling and entertaining. Multi-level decks also add dimension to any space, providing various viewpoints and different levels of privacy and shade. 

A multi-level deck gives any outdoor space a sense of sophistication and luxury. With the StoneDeks System, you can take that luxury even further by applying stone, tile, or pavers to any multi-level deck design. 

Our deck flooring system creates the perfect foundation for a wide variety of outdoor living projects, like multi-level pool decks, rooftop patios, and bridges. The grates can support almost any hardscaping or decking material, and even synthetic turf. This allows you to create a cohesive space with consistent colors and textures in every layer.

We have an extensive resource library where you can find helpful tips and instructions for creating your perfect stone deck. So whether you’re a DIY homeowner or a contractor, the StoneDeks System will make your multi-level stone deck project a breeze. We also have a network of dealers, builders, and a support team ready to assist you.

Discover the Best in Elevation With StoneDeks

Elevate your outdoor living with StoneDeks—the premier choice for durable, elegant multi-level deck solutions. In a league of their own, our StoneDeks stand out for their revolutionary engineered stone technology, providing the charm of real stone with a fraction of the weight. Ideal for sloped properties, each of our multi-level patio designs is custom-crafted to match your aesthetic and space requirements, ensuring your deck is both beautiful and functional.

With unparalleled design flexibility and virtually limitless customization options, your dream of a multi-level paver deck becomes a concrete reality. Beyond aesthetics, our multi-level decks are built to outlast and outperform traditional wood or composite materials with minimal maintenance. Trust the experts at StoneDeks to bring expertise, innovation, and style to every step—from planning to the completed project.

The Benefits Of A Multi-Level Deck Built With Stone, Pavers, Or Tile

By installing hardscaping materials on your multi-level deck, you’ll get all the benefits of traditional wooden decks without the drawbacks. Stone decks are more durable and require less maintenance than wood decks, which need regular staining and sealing. Additionally, they won’t splinter like wooden decks can, which makes them safer for children and pets. With the StoneDeks system, you can create a truly unique deck that will last for years to come.

  • Durable and requires minimal maintenance compared to wooden decks.
  • No splintering like traditional wood decks, making them safer for children and pets.
  • Endless customization options with pavers, tiles, and stone.
  • Easy to install with the StoneDeks System.
  • Adds long-lasting value to your home.


The StoneDeks System is a very versatile system that can be used in a variety of applications, and that doesn’t end with existing decks! If you are just looking to renovate your current deck and bring new life to it by transforming it into a stone deck, then StoneDeks is still the right choice for you. Since an existing deck wouldn’t have been measured and built to account for the thickness of SilcaGrate, the installation is a little bit different but still just as simple. We have very useful training courses and materials on the website that can help you in both new and existing deck installations.
It would not be recommended to install pavers on a deck without a proper support structure in place that can support the extra weight. That is where StoneDeks System comes in! The Silcagrate was designed to support the weight of hardscape materials while also being simple and easy to install. The grates are tested by applying over 500 pounds of weight on each grate for at least 30 days!
The answer to this question can be pretty dependent on exactly what stone or hardscape material you plan to use. In general, a stone deck can be a bit more expensive than wood or composite to install. That being said, the long-term costs are considerably lower since there is little to no maintenance with a stone deck. For example, wood decks are definitely the cheapest option, but have a shorter life span and will require regular maintenance and upkeep every 3 to 5 years, while a stone deck won’t be susceptible to weathering and fading and rot like a wood deck would be so wouldn’t require the same maintenance and upkeep costs.
This would vary depending on a few different factors. First you would want to consider what material you are using. Pavers like concrete tend to get hotter than natural stone or porcelain tiles, which tend to maintain cooler surface temperatures. You would also want to consider the color of your pavers. Black tends to absorb the most light and therefore would hold the most heat. The darker the paver, the hotter the surface. Finally, you could always choose to put up a nice shade system to help maintain the temperature of your deck.
This again will be dependent on what hardscape material you choose to use. Keep in mind that hardscape is regularly use around pool areas and for decks around pools so the manufacturers of the used hardscapes have to keep this very thing in mind. When choosing what type of paver you are going to use, be sure to research the slip resistance properties of the material and refer to the manufacturers specifications.
If your stone deck is going to have a living area such as a patio underneath it, then it is suggested that you install an under-deck drainage system in order to keep the area dry. Also, the deck can be built with a pitch so that water runs off and away from the area underneath.
We have a very convenient and easy to use dealer and contractor locator on the website that allows you to search your location for the nearest contractor to you. We have dealers and contractors all over the U.S. and only continue to expand. If you are having trouble finding someone in your area, feel free to contact us or have your contractor contact us so we can help in getting you everything you need.
While the primary purpose of the StoneDeks system is for the installation of hardscape on decks, it can be used with Astroturf as well. We have had people use this around pool decks and the results look amazing. It is suggested that a good sturdy geotextile or our SilcaMat is placed underneath the Astroturf to give the turf a more sturdy backing and prevent a chair leg going through the turf and the open grates.
Drill or impact driver, Circular or reciprocating saw, Goggles, Measuring tape, Hammer. Visit our How It Works page for recommendations and tips on installing Silca Grate™