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Backyard Deck

In my first ever attempt at woodworking I decided to build a deck! By myself. Ryobi cordless tools (that I had borrowed from neighbor) made my project so much easier. I was using my father's Craftsman plug-in tools and constantly had to switch out cords when my neighbor offered me his tools. made my project a breeze!

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a_eaton

Very nice finished project!


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Bleek

Great job. Love the design!


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SHARONBGRAHAM

LOVE THIS ON DIAGONAL


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Manix5152

I sure wish that my first deck looked that good!!!! Great Job



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pmikejunot

I'm a pro carpenter and that's as nice as I've seen. Very tastefully done! Just a suggestion: I don't gap the boards when using treated lumber. I install them snug...after they dry, they shrink and basically gap themselves about 1/4" which is what's normally recommended. Great looking deck!


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Rigo Ambriz

I like the design very nice




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Difficulty: Easy
Category: Exterior Spaces,


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