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July 20th 2024 - 01:52
September 28th, 2006
September 28th, 2006

Deck Building Continues

Deconstruction before Construction
Deconstruction before Construction
It was another day of Deck building for us yesterday. Probably the biggest part of the job - getting out the old Back Deck and Starting in on the new foundation and structural for the new...

The new Deck, being a single level all the way around, is going to feel quite a bit bigger then the old - in addition to being much more attractive. I donīt really understand why they made a 3 level Deck before in such a small area - it was nearly useless (referring to the Back one you see in the before picture)

We have About 75% of all the support structure in now so itīs mainly just the decking now - a slow process to ensure fit and then for Kellei to stain every one - but this is an amazingly rewarding process.

There is still another 20ī to extend out from the Back - so what you see in the photos (after) is only 1/3 of the Back Deck.

We have a long way to go yet...

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The Old Deck (before)
The Old Deck (before)
A start on the new deck (after)
A start on the new deck (after)

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