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DIY Curved Floating Deck Hometalk Here is an abbreviated version of how I built my new DIY Floating Deck (and with a curve in it to follow the sidewalk!)
Superstar DJ Steve Aoki is on the decks. Baltimore Youth Unveil New MuralThe mural project It’s just your regular dance party — right up until the moment when everyone starts floating.
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Either way, she offers some good ideas on how to build a floating deck similar to hers in your backyard, as well as some building and planning tips that come from her experience with this project. 52 Deck Block Concrete Piers; 15 16 foot, 2×6 treated lumber; 35
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Which of course means more projects get added to the “to do” list. We love to build but even more we love to help out family, so when my brother-in-law asked me to help out on a deck build I jumped right in! How to build a Floating Deck. Pure coincidence, or maybe not. Since this is not connected to the house the deck blocks were
Floating decks are so called because, rather than being attached to a building as are standard decks, they simply "float" on top of the ground. They are also called freestanding decks, for the same reason.
A floating deck adds a great elevated place to sit and enjoy a view of a yard. The blocks should be spaced to make a 7' x 19' rectangle, leaving about 6 inches from each block for deck boards to add another 8' x 20' rectangle. Using a string level or laser level, make sure each block is level. Sign up for weekly project ideas and advice