By Eliane Raphael. Garden Patio. Published at Saturday, May 26th, 2018 - 03:11:33 AM.
Maintaining your wood deck may also require repairing or replacing loose or broken boards that can make your deck unsafe to walk on. Surface boards as well as joists can rot, so inspect the deck at least once a year for signs of rot. Even a pressure-treated or preserved-wood deck can suffer loose screws or boards. It's best to hire a professional to replace any boards that are twisting, lifting or rotted.
When you are laying out an outdoor room, protect your back with a hedge, wall, flower bed or tree, and face out to give yourself a view.
For best results, you should apply stain to a clean, dry deck. Using a synthetic brush or paint roller, apply even strokes following the grain of the wood. Start with the railing so you can clean up any drips before tackling the floor of the deck. Let the newly stained deck, or replaced board, dry for at least three hours or more before walking on it.
In-ground pools use to have one or two large lights embedded into the wall that light up the water for nighttime swimming, one in the deep end and one in the shallow end of the pool. Above-ground pools get a spot or floodlight mounted to a tree or on the house. While those built-in lights are still popular, there have been significant changes to pool lighting over the years.
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