Rebuilding the deck after F-3.

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  1. Jun 30, 2019 #21

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    Finally done with the deck project as of today. I fixed the sag in the doors and installed new screen, painted the hinges and latches with por15, installed the downspout and touched up the stain here and there. I got 90% of it done before the heat arrived, but the last few days have been brutal. The thermometer on the deck went over 100°f just about every day the last week. I worked in the shade as much as possible, but I'm still a little crispy. Gald to be done. Next project will be an inside job.;) Firewood will be nice and dry once this heat leaves. Deck 7 6 19 7.jpg Deck 7 6 19 8.jpg Deck 7 6 19 9.jpg Deck 7 6 19 11.jpg Deck 7 6 19 10.jpg
     
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    I was just scrolling quickly through this so apologies if it was already mentioned, but I really like the way the basketweave pattern of the deck boards echoes the brick/paver pattern down below.
     
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    Thanks Flyover. It's been there for about 32 years now & I never noticed that until you mentioned it. Cool.;)
     
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