By Belle Dixon. Exterior. Published at Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 - 02:33:46 AM.
Building a deck can be a hard project if you don’t know the techniques. It can be said that it is an ambitious project, but taken step-by-step, building a deck is pretty straightforward. The deck that is usually applied in the backyard is a good way to decorate the performance of your house and add the value into your house.
Before building it, you need to determine the vision of your deck. It deals with the color visualizer in your decking project. You also need to determine the dimension before you build it. Make a note of where your stairs, drains and gas pipes are.
You’ll need to mark their position before you dig the footings. You need to do this thing in order not to be stepping in a wrong way on building a deck that will influence the result of your project. It’s also important to lay some Agi Pipe or other drainage to avoid any water hanging around underneath your decking project.
If you’re done with your previous work, now you can choose timber that gives you the look you want and is within your budget. It is what I told you before to determine the vision of your deck. Before you buy the timber, make sure you have measure the length and width of the deck and use string to mark them.
The string is also useful to mark where it connects to the house. Make sure you have the accurate measurement to avoid wasting the timber. After that you can set the post of your decking position in your backyard. Follow the instruction from the manufacturer to get the best result.
Cut your posts to length and take into account the handrail height you want around your deck. Measure the decking, joist and bearer thickness. Attach the joists across the bearers and start fitting the decking. Make sure this is done carefully because it’s the most visible part of the deck.
If you’re done, you can do the final stage by choosing the right paints or oils that would be the most appropriate for your deck. You can consult to expert to get the best answer for your project in building a deck.
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