How to Build an Octagon Deck?

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An octagon deck is a type of outdoor furnishing usually associated with gazebos. There are many ways one can approach building an octagon deck and there are free guides online for those who want to try it out.
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How to Build an Octagon Deck
An octagon deck is often associated with outdoor gazebos. However, an eight-sided outdoor platform style wooden patio makes a nice addition to your backyard. That's true even without the overhead roof. The octagon space seems to be a congenial... More »
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Whether you're building an uncovered deck or a large gazebo structure, you'll need to prepare the ground and the base of your structure to support its weight, plus the weight of several
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You can build decks by pouring footers in the ground. Add a ledger to the house wall, then construct the flooring. Add the railings and you have a finished deck. For more information
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The easiest way is in triangular sections.
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