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How to Replacing Decking Boards | eDecks

Your goal is to remove as much of the damaged section of plank as possible while making the repair look as inconspicuous as possible. Start by putting on your eye protection (safety first) then mark out the damaged section that you’ll be removing between one or two joists depending on what will make the deck repair job more natural.【Get Price】


When you have removed the nails from about 2/3 of the board length you can gently pry up the free end and use the length of the board for leverage to crank out the last few nails. Bend down any nails sticking through the bottom side of the board then set the board aside. Repeat the process for all of your marked boards. 5.【Get Price】

How to Remove and Replace Old Deck Boards? - DecksDirect

Backup and remove deck fasteners attached the damaged decking board using a pry bar screwdriver or drill. If the decking fasteners can't be taken out cut the board into pieces and remove the deck board in sections. Inspect Joists and Remove Rotted Portions Inspect the joists underneath for signs of rot age and water damage.【Get Price】

How to Replace a Damaged Section of Deck Board

Replacing a rotted split or otherwise damaged deck board is a safety precaution as well as an aesthetic fix. If the board is not damaged but has a purely a cosmetic issue such as a stain you might just need to remove flip and refasten the unsightly piece of board.【Get Price】

How To Replace a Composite Deck Board - YouTube

Learn how to replace a faulty composite deck board! FREE deck samples - https://www. If your deck cont...【Get Price】

Replacing Deck Boards (DIY) - Family Handyman

If you want a close match between old and new deck boards you’ll have to match the species of wood. This is tricky because weathered deck boards look alike. Remove a board cut it with a circular saw and smell the wood to identify the species. Pressure-treated pine has a sweet smell cedar an aromatic smell and redwood a more pungent smell.【Get Price】

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