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Deck Spruce Up

This isn't really WW'ing more like general carpentry, and it's what I do for a living so that is that much less reason to post this, but it's what I've been working on for the last few weekends for my folks. I haven't been doing much WW'ing lately because of work so I figured I'd at least post something half way related that I did for family.


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All that's left now is paint for the rails and replacing the brick molding and a piece of stop around the french doors and kitchen door.

Then re-caulk the whole house.
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Great looking deck renovation! What was the age of the original deck, which hopefully will be outlived by your new build. Thanks for sharing, and be safe.
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It was built when the house was built, about 15yrs ago. Not the greatest design but I did my best to beef it up.

They never sealed, stained or painted it so that's 15yo treated deck lumber looking like if you do nothing to it.

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