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Instead of supporting decks with treated 6x6 posts, is it OK to assemble the support columns using four treated 2x6s?
Mounted behind the deck ledger, Deck2Wall spacers promote air circulation and prevent debris from collecting.
A special tool and pre-made plugs help speed up the process of screwing down and plugging PVC deck boards.
This stand-off base keeps the post the code-required 1 inch above the concrete, and can be cast in place or anchored to an existing slab.
Kits come in 6-foot sections for installation between existing posts.
This follow-up article to "Mudsill Layout for a Complex Foundation" describes techniques for framing the first-floor deck.
An unpermitted, dilapidated wood deck failed under the weight of two small children and their grandparents last week at a beach vacation house near Jacksonville, Florida.
A unique Quick-Shift Mode combats overdriving, but it isn't cheap.
Party season on the beach brings an all-too-familiar news story about a collapsing wood deck.
Glenn Mathewson sets the record straight on what the code requires for deck flashing.
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