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    Re: Patio door too tall

    The door should not go up the top of the opening needs to be framed down. Depending on the wall covering e.g. brick, vinyl or wood)if it's brick you will need to have a custom door made. Wood siding...
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    Re: replace crumbling blocck

    Support the house or Deck on the foundation first. Because the concrete is done. If your trying to replace a foundation put new supports in 1st, 1 section at a time. You need to locate your load...
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    Re: Deck supports

    HuH!?
    resin?
    Concrete, Rebar, and wood! Make great ground anchors!
  4. Thread: help wanted

    by Wilddecks
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    Re: help wanted

    1st off it sounds like a whole lot of roofing on top of roofing. Have you had any leaking?
    I suggest taking off all the old roofing and making sure the plywood and structural members are still in...
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    Re: Deck piers in high water table

    Are the post just sitting on top of the ground? Get a professional piling guy to wash some pilings down into the ground around 8'. Take some rebar and concrete down below the frost level to help...
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    Re: Deck onto cottage

    Build an un-attached deck on 6x6 pilings with their own footings in the ground.
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    Re: Deck tiles over existing deck?

    Deck tiles are very expensive, you can knock off the old deck boards cheaper than you can replacing them with deck tiles. A new deck cost $ 11.00 a square foot. and deck tiles are about $ 9.00 a...
  8. Thread: Porch Post

    by Wilddecks
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    Re: Porch Post

    Well whatever you do make sure you support the post on something solid below. You will have to support the roof beam with temporary supports while you knock the old ones out.
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    Re: T&G porch - design issues

    Well sorry to tell you the contractor should never had used un-treated to begin with. The plywood under the tongue and groove is what's causing you to have the warped boards. You probably would have...
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