how to shorten an existing deck

how to shorten an existing deck . how to reinforce my wooden deck hunker . measure and cut a 4-by-4 beam to the height of the deck at the point where the deck sags. make the cut 6 to 10 inches less than the height. place the beam vertically on top of a jack and raise it up to meet the deck. raise the jack so that the deck's surface is level. 【Get Price】

Installation requires existing deck posts or walls for attaching the screen frames. ... keep in mind that individual sections can usually be cut down to fit a smaller area but cannot be adjusted ... 【Get Price】

Cut only the top and bottom of the stair stringer with a circular saw. Test-fit the stair stringer by placing it against the deck and check the tread level with a small level. Be sure to test-fit the first stringer before you cut the others. If you made a mistake you'll at least be able to save the other two 2x10s. 【Get Price】

Cut lengths of 2x4 railings to span the distance from the lower posts to the existing deck railing as shown in the image. Attach the railings to the posts with 3” deck screws making sure the slope matches that of the stairs. Cut similar pieces that will serve as the lower railings and baluster supports. 【Get Price】