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Top 100 Deck Building Projects

  1. 61. Building Deck Steps

    This DIY Basic will provide tips on building deck steps.

    Time:
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    Cost:
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    Difficulty:
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  2. 62. Versatile Circular Saw (01:27)

    Here are a few smart buying tipsÂbefore purchasing a new circular saw.

  3. 63. Episode 1 Deck Time Lapse (00:29)

    Watch the Decked Out deck in episode 1 being built in 29 seconds.

  4. 64. Low-Maintenance Custom Deck (08:09)

    Boost the value of your home by installing a low-maintenance deck.

  5. 65. The Deck That's Small (20:01)

    Thanks to Paul, this deck is as impressive as it is accessible.

  6. 66. Episode 6 Deck Time Lapse (00:37)

    Watch the Decked Out deck in episode 6 being built in 37 seconds.

  7. 67. Fast Formula for Square Decks (00:57)

    Take a quick geometry lesson before you begin building your deck.

  8. 68. How to Install Floor Joists and Deck Boards

    Having established the deck perimeter, the floor joists are finished and the redwood decking is attached.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  9. 69. Beam and Joists Basics (01:02)

    Learn how to install the first beam and joist using a pneumatic nail gun.

  10. 70. Decking Spacing Basics (00:51)

    Keep deck spacing completely uniform with these easy tricks.

  11. 71. How to Install a Composite Deck and Paver Patio

    Learn how to spruce up a backyard with a maintenance-free deck and paver patio.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $5,000 - $10,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  12. 72. Building a Dry-Rot-Free Deck (00:03:30)

    Don't miss these steps for preventing dry rot when building a DIY deck.

  13. 73. Building the Best Deck (06:39)

    Boost the value of your home by building a fabulous deck.

  14. 74. The Hot Tub Deck (20:02)

    Paul & team replace an old deck with an impressive multi-level work of art.

  15. 75. Corner Handrail Posts (02:18)

    Get tips for installing the corner posts and the handrails.

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