Finishing a Deck on Grade

Fiberon synthetic decking and trim completes the grade-level back deck.

Trim for the Curve

Carpenter Eric Roberts clamps Fiberon trim stock to the curved face of the deck as he begins to trim out the deck's edges.

Screwing the Trim

Roberts screws the Fiberon to the curved band joist.

Easing the Corner

Roberts eases the Fiberon corner joint by scraping gently with a pocketknife.

Rough Cut

After installing decking using hidden fasteners, Roberts rough cuts the Fiberon deck boards along the side of the deck with a circular saw.

Rough Cut

After installing decking using hidden fasteners, Roberts rough cuts the Fiberon deck boards along the side of the deck with a circular saw.

Curved Cut

Roberts cuts the overhanging Fiberon deck board ends along the curved edge of the deck using a jigsaw.

Curved Cut

Roberts cuts the overhanging Fiberon deck board ends along the curved edge of the deck using a jigsaw.

Final Flush Trim

Roberts flushes the cut Fiberon deck board ends to the curved fascia with a flush-cut router bit.

Final Flush Trim

Roberts flushes the cut Fiberon deck board ends to the curved fascia with a flush-cut router bit.

Applying Adhesive

Roberts applies silicone adhesive to the cut Fiberon decking ends before adding another strip of trim.

Trimming the Top Edge

Roberts applies a second Fiberon trim strip to cover the board ends and make a shadow line.

Pinning the Fascia

Roberts fastens the upper Fiberon trim strip to the edge of the deck with stainless steel staples.

Pinning the Fascia

Roberts fastens the upper Fiberon trim strip to the edge of the deck with stainless steel staples.

Easing the Joints

Roberts eases a corner joint with his pocketknife.

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