Deck Rebuild

Here, ORMECO technicians and carpenters strip an aged 5/4 deck surface; it was replaced with #2 pine pressure-treated lumber, which was arranged in a chevron pattern. Afterward, the surface was dried, sanded, and then sprayed with Sherwin-Williams deck stain.

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Existing lumber was cut and removed; afterwards, rock was obtained from the local quarry and placed underneath. A temporary walkway was installed next to the patio doorway; this remained until permanent 5/4 deck boards were installed.

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Existing lumber was cut and removed; afterwards, rock was obtained from the local quarry and placed underneath. A temporary walkway was installed next to the patio doorway; this remained until permanent 5/4 deck boards were installed.

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After staining the board edges, the entire surface was sanded and stained with quality, Sherwin-Williams decking stain. Railing was added using 4x4 inch #2 PT pine, which was then clad with cedar boards.

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