Deck Remodeling Specialists Dillon SC

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Home & Industrial Supply
(843) 774-6362
Highway 301 South
Dillon, SC
True Value Hardware Of Dillon, Inc
(843) 774-4952
205 W Main St
Dillon, SC
Mullins Hardware Company, Inc.
(843) 464-6268
304 Gapway St
Mullins, SC
True Value
(843) 464-7914
3706 E Hwy 76
Mullins, SC
Lewis-Brady Bldrs Sply
(910) 628-7775
North Walnut Street
Fairmont, NC
Dillon Wood Works
(843) 774-2492
606 S 6Th Ave
Dillon, SC
Hayes Hardware Inc
(843) 759-2151
301 N Main St
Lake View, SC
True Value
(843) 586-2611
119 S Main
Clio, SC
Hinson And Fowler Hdwe
(843) 464-0571
312 South Main
Mullins, SC
The Hardware True Value
(910) 628-6501
602 N Walnut St
Fairmont, NC

Ask an Expert: Deck Edition

Now that summer has arrived, many homeowners are finding ways to expand their living spaces to the outdoors. Naturally, building a deck quickly comes to mind, along with this question from one of our members...

    "What are some things we should look out for when building a deck? "

erick We passed this question along to our Remodeleze contractors and here's what Erick Rickard of Rickard Construction had to say on the matter...

"The most common mistakes I encounter on most decks is the flashing. Flashing is the water barrier between the deck ledger (the board attached to the house that holds up your deck) and your home. When water comes down the side of your house it comes into contact with the deck and the ledger. If incorrectly installed this can cause water damage and moisture in your homes framing. The best way to avoid water damage is by placing small blocks between the deck ledger and your home. These blocks must be siliconed (caulking) and capped with either copper or lead. The ledger is then attached to the sealed and capped blocks. This method allows for air to flow through and dry out the area.

Another option I recommend is placing the cap over the ledger and over the siding below. Then use a house wrap like Tyvek or Tar Paper over the cap as well. Lastly you'll want to make sure that the last deck board has at at least a 1/8 inch gap from the home. A qualified contractor will use these or similar methods when building your deck and ...

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