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Roll roofing was the wrong material for the flat roof under this second-story deck.
Connecting Girders to Deck Ledgers In the article "Building Safer Decks" (6/11), Glenn Mathewson notes that the IRC's prescriptive bolting schedule is limited to uniformly distributed loads and that you may be able to use a tighter fastener schedule
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The company that pioneered the use of hidden fasteners now offers a jig that helps you fasten deck boards.
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UDF-21 Deck Resurfacer polymer coating fills cracks, locks down splinters, and cures to form a textured, slip-resistant surface that's nearly maintenance-free.
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Self-adhesive wrap applied to below-grade section is designed to preventag rot.
Locks over edge of the first decking board; diverts water and debris.
Ledger was fastened with nails, not lag screws.
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