1 thing to check before deciding to reuse the deck framework is whether the deck footings, posts and joists are structurally sound. Here are the .. We chose our composite decking because of the color selection and the nifty hidden fastener system that hides all the screws between the deck boards (Photo 8). It was easy to..
We're having our old deck torn down shortly. It's pretty small - something like 6' x 21'. The boards vary in how well they've held up. The floor bo
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Aug 22, 2009 . If your deck is looking a little weathered and you're considering replacing the boards, you might want to try this simple trick to see if you can squeeze a few more years of service out of them. . That and when you do get new wood, get . That stuff is super strong and after 2 years has yet to start fading or..
Each year around this time, many homeowners re-evaluate their spaces and make plans for the new year. Getting a jump start on planning allows your deck to be built as soon as the warm weather hits, and get ahead of the demand for builders in the spring
Jun 2, 2010 . DSC01700. Whoever built this deck, used regular wood for the floor and the railing. When Jamie bought the house, there was indoor/outdoor carpet on the floor of the deck. The water sat on the deck and eventually rotted the deck boards. 100_8521. 100_8520. Most of the deconstruction went pretty quickly
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Manufactured decking has come light years since the gray, one-dimensional boards of the '80s. With realistic wood-grain texture, bullet-proof shells, and colors . Artificial decking started with composite in the late '80s. Made of recycled plastic and repurposed wood, it was a revolutionary idea, with some well-reported flaws
Jun 11, 2010 . We recently got a tip from a Re-nest reader about her friend who, instead of buying brand new boards to replace the old, beat-up boards on her deck, decided instead to give the deck a "face-lift" by prying up the existing boards and flipping them over! Totally thrifty and practical. We love it! Jump below for..
Dec 2, 2014 . Flipping a deck board is an excellent way to make your deck look much better for no cost at all! In this video, I show you how I flipped one of my boards when I was in the process of refinishing my deck! It is really easy to do if your boards are screwed into your deck joists, but can take some extra effort if they..