430 Lindel Modern traditional-deck
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430 Lindel Modern Traditional Deck, Seattle

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Example of a classic backyard deck design in Seattle — Houzz

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brokemommy203 wrote:
would love that steel cable railing on my deck...how can i find info?
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brokemommy203
wow! great, thanks!
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Jackie Golladay

You can use rebar.. it is cheaper and looks great


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rdwriter wrote:
wire railing - where buy
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Brandon Schmahl
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Ultra-tec Cable Railing

Pre-assembled, pre-packaged Ultra-tec® cable railing kits are available at building supply stores throughout the U.S. Contact the dealer in the city nearest you for more information. Click here for a list.

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vaya wrote:
Stain on deck. - What is the stain and how has it held up in deep shade
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tunstalladams wrote:
Wood - What wood other than pressure treated pine is recommended?
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