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Well this job just keeps on going. I took Thursday and Friday off this week to hopefully crack through the bulk of this. I did a little more after work today to get a head start. The angle cut design just makes it take a really long time. And yes, that’s two more small sets of steps plus the actual deck to still do. The deck is odd shaped and is ~ 25 x 15 feet or so. It’s gonna be a long weekend.


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OK, stupid question time. Why not just take out the angled boards all the way to the back and put in all new straight ones?
 

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OK, stupid question time. Why not just take out the angled boards all the way to the back and put in all new straight ones?
Not a stupid question. One I should have asked myself earlier. Now it’s a little too late. I think they did it this way because the front of the house is not flat/straight. They angled tge boards on the main deck to match the house. I’m so far into it, I’m going to finish it the way I started.

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