cutting the nails on the decking

Carpenter Mike Roldan cuts the through nails on Deck House Balcony here using a sawzall a grinder with a metal cutting wheel is also convenient for this task. The decks on these houses are constructed of 3x6" solid cedar timbers. They are fastened to each other with long nails through the sides of the boards and span eight feet without intermediate support on the finished decks. The deck surfaces on a Deck House which has been built to specification perform greater structural work than on a conventional stick framed deck. Their removal should be conducted with care to avoid injury or damage.

Carpenter Mike Roldan cuts the through nails on Deck House Balcony here using a sawzall a grinder with a metal cutting wheel is also convenient for this task. The decks on these houses are constructed of 3×6″ solid cedar timbers. They are fastened to each other with long nails through the sides of the boards and span eight feet without intermediate support on the finished decks. The deck surfaces on a Deck House which has been built to specification perform greater structural work than on a conventional stick framed deck.
Their removal should be conducted with care to avoid injury or damage.

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