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Replacing my southeast MI 30-year-old deck, was hoping just to replace the surface boards but many of the posts were set too deep and rotted at ground
I am looking to install privacy screens on my concrete patio. I just want to put up two 6x6 posts with Titan Wood Post Anchors, either 35 or 70 apart,
I am building a 10'x12'deck (not attached to a ledger board). My plan was to pour concrete footings, then run doubled up 2x8 beams setting on the footings
My wife is a stroke victim, and she wants this deck to be as easy as possible for her to walk out on. She would like it to be as high as possible, with
I am building a ground level deck (max 24 of the ground). It is L shaped and will have 2 long beams (27.5' and 31'). The beams will be 3-ply PT SP#2 2x12's
The outer edge of my deck is supported on 6x6 beams on P3 Helical Piers. I want to attach a ledger board halfway down the posts to begin the 2nd level.
I have a 10x16 foot deck that I'm about to replace the decking and railings on. The deck was built before I bought the house and they used 16 foot 2x6's
Has anybody used post setting foam in place of concrete for post footers? Editors Comments Yes, you can use the new foam that is available to stabilize
Can the titan post anchor be used on-top of composite deck boards the same way it is installed on wood decking? I will be installing a Timbertech deck
I'm in the process of building a western red cedar deck. I've been installing the decking boards such that the end grain forms a dome (bark-side up).