A simple PVC decking very easy to assemble and that will solve this problem of space. Homes that are built with vinyl siding and PVC decking need a refreshing appearance and from time to time. Both can be painted with exterior acrylic latex paint, if the correct technique is used. Luster paint will allow imperfections to stick out like the proverbial sore thumb, so choose flat or satin in a shade no darker than the original. You will get a natural looking finish that will ride well.
Mix 1/4 cup of liquid detergent with one gallon of water in a bucket to scrub all loose dirt and debris from the liner and press molding. Rinse the surface with a garden hose. Start at the top and work your way up to ground level. Add two cups of chlorine bleach in the bucket to remove dirt or mildew. Let stand 5 or 10 minutes, and then rinse with a garden hose. Allow the coating to dry completely before painting.
Fill a paint sprayer with exterior acrylic latex paint. Apply a uniform coat of paint to the vinyl siding. A layer should be all you need. PVC decking does not require a primer coat if they are clean. Paint the PVC decking with the latex paint with a small brush. Allow painted surfaces all three or four days to dry and cure before opening windows or setting up things near the newly painted surface.