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JLC visits a jobsite on Peaks Island, Maine, to see the crew trim out a front porch using modern techniques to achieve an old-school esthetic.
Though it is possible to beef up a SIP in order to attach a deck ledger, the best option is to build a freestanding deck.
Unsightly electrical outlets are hidden under the deck and made available only when needed with this clever product
The 750-pound lateral connector can be installed entirely from outside the house
Tenants at a Portland, Maine, building had complained for years about the condition of the exterior porches, news outlets reported after a man plunged to his death
When you don't have time to wait for concrete to set up, try this interlocking stackable precast system from EZ Crete.
NyloBoard's products are made from recycled carpets, with no wood in the mix.
The 2015 IRC allows a 1-inch-maximum sheathing thickness between the ledger and band joist, but it may be simpler to remove the trim and attach the ledger to the house
An integrated nail means these post caps need only a mallet for installation, no drilling required.
Coastal Connection travels to Provincetown, Mass., to see a contractor make quick work of a deck footing installation using the Diamond Pier system.
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