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Flashback Friday 😏 It’s deck season.  Who likes the no gap look? 🥸 #fyp #thestumpshop #deck #patio #cottage
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Flashback Friday 😏 It’s deck season. Who likes the no gap look? 🥸 #fyp #thestumpshop #deck #patio #cottage
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The Stump Shop · 6-10

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EVIL 1 KUSTOMS

all the people in the comments that don't realize he's going to run a saw down the whole thing and then run a board on the end

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The Stump Shop · Creator

So much better letting every Bob Villa sound smart in the comments 😁

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Brendon Tiffany

Somebody needs a deck building tutorial. 😳

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The Stump Shop · Creator

I’m booked all summer sorry man

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maple6999

sooooo.... no spacing?

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user1711790709118

zink screws rot off in a few years in pressure treated wood. should use the brown coated screws

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deglo

Google "picture frame decking" and then apologize, I'll wait.

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The Stump Shop · Creator

😂 Exactly what we did. Everyone on TiKTok knows better though 😂

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user6626613059740

why not flush edge

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No you can’t

It looks great but fills up with debris and promotes rot

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Brian Keith Zink

I didn’t even notice the boards not coming out to the end. People hire you?

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user9910867829403

I always go tight with 5/4 wood too. By next season they’ll have 1/4” gaps. Back when we used 2by material I’d space it a nail width.

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Brian Munday

sommuch wrong...no spaces for drainage, board is too thin, and the board is too short, even for skirting

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user5304498089664

okay

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Blake McGee

I love these life hacks!

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Harry Walker886

Yeah how long do you really think that wide board under the deck going to last never can dry out sandwiches

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The Stump Shop · Creator

If I had to guess anywhere from 30 years to my entire life and beyond

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Quentin.

Should have used nails.

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Keith Templeman419

there will be a gap in all of it when the sun gets on it for a few years .and dries the boards out..

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MJK 2288

does it hurt the wood?

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Jeff Barnard

Love to see the finished deck. Please post, if you can. Thx.

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The Stump Shop · Creator

Already did last year on my Instagram

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BCBORN

Didn’t work for our deck 🤷🏼‍♂️

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The Stump Shop · Creator

What didn’t work?

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cmaro811

Nice 👏🏻 I did the same 👍🏻👌🏻🍻

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Griff

SMH

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