finishing of edge of deck

Normal step width or “depth” is usually 10 to 11 inches wide with step height of about 7 inches. For deck steps doubled treated 2-by-6s are common. First step is to determine the total rise and run. To do this measure from the ground to the top of the deck (rise) and from the edge of the deck to where the steps should end (run). 【Get Price】

Our edge boards have pretty much everything that our deck boards have to offer but are equipped with a square edge and are purpose built to seamlessly finish the perimeter of your project. The NeoTimber edge board is the ideal solution for achieving a perfectly neat picture-frame and stylish step areas. 【Get Price】

Finishing off deck edge. Hello all I've laid all my decking boards and cut them off flush with the joists at each end. I want to attached a board to the joist and ... 【Get Price】

An alternative is to finish the decking with a 3/8- to 1/2-inch-wide trim detail. We cut our trim pieces from composite deck boards that have square non-grooved edges and then glue the trim to the ends of the decking and nail or screw it in place. 【Get Price】

If the old deck finish is cracking or peeling and/or doesn’t absorb water it’s likely water-based. To remove water-based wood deck finishes you’ll need to use paint stripper as well as a fair degree of sanding before applying your new finish. For a new deck that’s never been finished wait a year before applying even the best deck finish. 【Get Price】

The exposed end grains of deck boards can begin to look pretty rough over time. Many will crack and split and some will cup. An effective method of finishing a deck surface is to install a trim board around the perimeter of the deck. This technique is also called picture framing or racetrack decking. 【Get Price】