In this video we show you in detail how to build a deck close to the ground. It starts with removing a concrete pad and continues with digging the foundation holes, framing, decking boards, stairs and more. We hope you find . Any wood that has contact with the ground will decay, treated just takes longer..
When you attach a deck to a building, you need to gain access to solid wood. This requires Easy to situate as needed on your site, cement deck blocks provide the foundation for floating decks, as shown in this picture. David Beaulieu. The floating deck in this project will stand just 9 inches off the ground.
See the process to build a deck using Deck Blocks. No digging. see the I'm building a 6' x 6' deck today and I'm rethinking the concrete mix and miserable holes in the ground I was going to use. For such a small . Personally i think i would have purchased pressure treated wood myself. Go the extra mile
Make sure to view my other videos. Heres a time lapse video with some instructions on how to make your own deck. You may need to pause the video when the instructions come up. This deck measured 8x25 ft. Materials needed: 4x4 treated wood 2x6 treated wood deck boards cement nail gun or hammer
Then cut the deck ends (B) and sides (C) (Project Diagram, Cutting Diagram) to fit the project as you proceed to account for any variances. With the help of a friend, clamp the rim boards so their bottom edges are 2 inches above the ground at the highest point of the ground. Once each board is level and flush with the
If the bottom of your deck frame is less than 6" above the ground or partially buried you should use pressure treated wood that is rated for ground contact. The higher level of preservative will prevent the wood from rotting and decaying better than standard pressure treated wood. You should never bury hardware in the