Keep The Wood Away From Soil – Bison Deck Supports
Bison deck supports – I cannot tell you how much I look deck built by a professional deck building that just does not make sense to me. I’ve seen contractors, homeowners and other so-called professionals make the same mistakes year after year and it did not look like it will ever stop.
In this article we will provide information about bison deck supports. The basics of deck building must start with the basics in construction. If you do not understand the basic construction of the house, termite damage, water damage and how real wood rot, I would suggest that you read a few articles on this topic and began to gather some valuable information to save you money in the future.
Keep the timber out of the ground. I’ll say it again, because most people learn when something is repeated again and again. Until they have it drilled into their heads that they need to remember this, because it’s very important. Keep the timber out of the ground, keep the wood from dirt, debris, leaves, snow and especially water. In other words, if you have not figured it out by now if you bison deck supports or framing members that touches the ground in any way and this land becomes wet or remain wet for long periods of time, you are going to find wood rot or attract termites and you soon find yourself making the necessary repairs.