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Robert Berryman



The back cement stairs were coming apart so I decided to design and build something that would work much better for the house. This deck I built is totally free standing and not attached to the house. Which makes it movable if you wanted. Anyway it was totally built with Ryobi tools with 18v batteries. Saw, sawsall, drills.

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  • That is a nice deck! I could see sipping coffee in the morning on it.
    By ThefirstDaddieo, on April 7, 2018
    • Thanks, since these photos I’ve stained it to match the siding of the house.
      By Robert Berryman, on April 16, 2018

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Robert Berryman

by Robert Berryman
Apr 06, 2018

The back cement stairs were coming apart so I decided to design and build something that would work much better for the house. This deck I built is totally free standing and not attached to the house. Which makes it movable if you wanted. Anyway it was totally built with Ryobi tools with 18v batteries. Saw, sawsall, drills.