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Deck built on hill

comments (2) April 12th, 2010 in Project Gallery
milk paint milk paint, member


We built the Trex deck to make it easier to enter the rear of our Home on a hill.

Before,we would walk down the slippery grass,when wet and walk up 7 risers to enter the great Room.

The 16' x 18'  is very spacious and the low risers on the patio makes a easy walk up hill,when coming from front of home.

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Design or Plan used: My Own Design - After many discussions and drawing ideas
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Comments (2)

Crittiper Crittiper writes: I would have run some posts and a beam midspan (read purlin) and gone with two by six for less width
Posted: 11:00 pm on April 21st

Crittiper Crittiper writes: Whatever
Posted: 10:58 pm on April 21st

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