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How to Build a Floating Deck - The Home Depot I wanted to create a different place in our yard but because of our low fence walls and our HOA's rules against having anything go above the fence walls, I knew that the different place would have to be low to the ground. I fell in love with the floating deck Kristin Jackson of The Hunted Interior revealed in her Patio Style

Installing a Ground-Level Deck - the Natural Handyman This is mostly for low floating decks that are slightly above ground level or in very damp conditions. For decks that are at or slightly below grade, I prefer to close the ends to discourage rodents and other small animals from making your deck their home. This isn't 100% foolproof, especially with those little devils called

Decks.com. Ground Level Deck If you are attaching the deck to your house you will need to install footings below the frost line to anchor the deck and prevent the deck from moving as a result of frost heave. Free standing decks may use floating pier blocks which allow the deck to move along with the ground. Some builders build ground level decks directly

Ground level floating deck - RedFlagDeals.com Forums Ive heard both ways to do a floating deck. Road crush leveled or pier blocks. I would assume the pier blocks would have to be dug down some to make the deck easy to step on with out having to add a step. Who has installed a ground level deck like this. Access to it from the second deck will just be using

Ground Rules for Grade-Level Decks Professional Deck Builder May 31, 2017 I love building grade-level decks. They are faster to frame than elevated decks and usually don't require guardrails. And when they're freestanding, there are no ledger or lateral-load connections to deal with and no requirements for frost-depth footings. As a result, a grade-level deck is generally more

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