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Deck remodel / repair

  • March 20, 2013

jenroth
jenroth
jenroth
jenroth

We moved into a house with two back decks, one off the living room and one off the master bedroom. Both were about to fall down.

I joined the two decks together using new supports and clear cedar decking boards. The only power tools I used were 18 volt Ryobi tools that I bought in an assortment from Home Depot. I love these tools and look forward to getting the new nailer.

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  • Looks Great! Cedar was a good choice
    By Nic7117, on June 3, 2013

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Deck remodel / repair

by jenroth
Mar 20, 2013

We moved into a house with two back decks, one off the living room and one off the master bedroom. Both were about to fall down. I joined the two decks together using new supports and clear cedar decking boards. The only power tools I used were 18 volt Ryobi tools that I bought in an assortment from Home Depot. I love these tools and look forward to getting the new nailer.