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August 11, 2:38 AM [GMT -5]

With attention to details as a priority on any decking project, I go a step further with this step that has not been mentioned. I first use a 16" on center joist layout to allow for possible use of composite decking in the future. Secondly, I round over the cut edges on all of my decking material to match the factory bevel. This adds a softer and more finished look, as well as protects from any hang-ups on the sharp edging that could splinter some of the product.

January 08, 11:23 PM [GMT -5]

I really enjoyed the jigs. I needed to have knowledge of this before i started.

May 03, 9:20 AM [GMT -5]

This looks easy.....we need to "cover" up some bad concrete steps...made in the 1930's...because they are literally crumbling. This project may do the trick...Thank you!

August 12, 3:35 PM [GMT -5]

Great ideas for all levels of DIYs!

June 27, 1:35 PM [GMT -5]

You guys share the best jigs!

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