Areas we serve Lake Norman Outdoor Living

Enhance the reasons you love your Lake Norman home with an outdoor living space addition from Archadeck of Charlotte!

What do you love the most about your Lake Norman home? Is it the close proximity to water recreation? Is it the tranquil view? Is it the comfort of knowing your favorite fishing hole is right in your own backyard? Or maybe it is just the feeling you get watching the sunrise over the water from your kitchen window every morning? No matter the reason Archadeck of Charlotte can enhance the reasons for loving your Lake Norman home!


Lake Norman custom flagstone seating wall.

There is nothing quite like living on Lake Norman. If you live in Cornelius, Davidson, Denver, Huntersville or Mooresville you know exactly what we mean! Lake Norman living can be best defined as a vibe, because the area is overflowing with the energy of waterfront living and steeped in Southern charm.


Lake Norman Trex deck addition.

Archadeck of Charlotte has been serving Lake Norman homeowners for 29 years and still going strong as the area continues to grow with new neighborhoods and extended outdoor living opportunities. With all of the development of these homes on and around the lake, the residents want to enjoy Carolina’s ideal year-round weather and be outside more and more. Even those with more modest homes are investing in grand outdoor living spaces. The spaces typically include a deck, patio, screened porch, an outdoor fireplace or fire pit, and elaborate outdoor kitchens, or a combination of one of more outdoor structures. Read more about Lake Norman Outdoor Living in our blog post Lake Norman Outdoor Living Growth.


Combination outdoor living environments are all the rage among Lake Norman homeowners!

Some of the most popular outdoor living spaces for Lake Norman homeowners include composite decks like Trex that allow for great views of the lake, with minimal maintenance. We also often design and build shade structures that keep the view available but also keep the sun from rendering the backyard useless. Outdoor kitchens and fireplaces are also as hot now as patios. You can read more about our most requested outdoor living designs for Lake Norman homeowners at Beautiful Outdoor Living Spaces and Designs at Lake Norman, NC.


Denver, NC, Trex deck addition in the Sail Creek neighborhood.

Archadeck of Charlotte services the following Lake Norman area neighborhoods:

Autumn Woods, Bay Crossing, Belle Isle, Bells Crossing on Lake Norman, Beech Tree Bay, Captain’s Point at Lake Norman, Cobblestone, Conner Quay, CopperRidge, Davidson Woods, Falls Cove, The Farms, Governor’s Island, Hadley Park, Harbor Oaks, James Plantation, Joys Serenity, Lakewood, Maple Grove, Nautical Point, Norman Pointe, Norman Estates, NorthView Harbour on Lake Norman, Pearl Springs Village, Pebble Bay, The Peninsula Club, Pinnacle Ridge, The Point, The Reserve at Robbins Park, River Run Country Club, Sail View, Sconset Village at the Point, Shadow Creek, Sisters Cove, Stillwater, The Stinson Cove area, Tuskarora Point, Verdict Ridge, Walden Ridge, Watertree Landing, Webbs Chapel Cove, West Bay, West View, Winding Forest, Willow Farms, Woodleaf, Wright’s Emerald Cove, and the Bluff Point Road, Fern Hill, Jetton and Nantz Road areas and many more.

Facts About Lake Norman

  • Lake Norman, created between 1959 and 1964 as part of the construction of the Cowans Ford Dam by Duke Energy, is the largest man-made body of fresh water located in North Carolina.
  • It spans 8 miles across at its widest point.
  • Lake Norman’s deepest point is over 100 feet and the average depth is 25 feet. Lake Norman holds approximately 3,200,000,000 gallons of water.

  • The lake is sometimes called the inland sea because it boasts over 520 square miles of scenic shoreline.
  • Lake Norman was established as a source of hydroelectric power for Duke Power.
  • Homes, farms, and entire towns ended up under water as part of the damming process to facilitate hydroelectric power. The village of Long Island, for example, was once a bustling river town with three textile mills, is now completely submerged.

  • The lake was named after Norman Atwater Cocke who was the former president of Duke Power.
  • Cowans Ford Dam has 4 generators with a generating capacity of 350,000 kilowatts.
  • The site of Cowans Ford Dam is also of historical significance as the site of the 1781 revolutionary war battle between British General Cornwallis and American General Davidson, in the area just as it forms Lake Norman.

  • According to a 2016 article published in The Charlotte Observer, Urban Land Institute predicted a 52 percent population increase for the region by 2030 earlier in the decade. That includes a 58 percent rise in Mooresville/South Iredell County, 67 percent in Cornelius, 70 percent in Davidson and 84 percent in Huntersville, where the population almost doubled between 2000 and 2010.
  • Part of the surge in Lake Norman’s popularity is the area’s top-rate schools.

Contact Archadeck of Charlotte today to learn more about the function, feel and beauty of your Lake Norman area property contact us today at (704) 944-1350.

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