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When it does, the wood has not been painted and then exposed. The exposed wood allows water to enter the interior of the forest like a sponge and get trapped inside. The unpainted wood termite attack made of soft water to see. They like the content of water in wood. Place a gap in the wood to allow proper drainage to help the wood drain, but also allow it to breathe.

On a hot day, the breeze can blow cold air often trapped on the deck through the cracks in the deck and create a cool breeze. It is very important to sing the treated wood on the ground. If you can't afford the extra cost of the treated wood, you can handle it yourself. Douglass Fir is a hardwood, and not too expensive. You can use wood as a substructure and add a lot of termites to the primer. That will reduce their appetite. Rising foundation. When a post is attached to the ground, it is usually fixed to the concrete with a metal strip, and usually, the steel is fixed to the pile, just like a tree.

In the post and the base of the puddle began to rot. Use a 2 "x 6" to cut the 1 foot X by about 1 feet and screw it into a square. Place it on your foundation and fill it with concrete. Put your steel strip in the center of the square. Once the concrete is dry, peel off your form. Now the water does not rot wood structure formed under the deck level puddle between dirt dirt and deck space. (8 "- 12"). Some subterranean termites in the United States drilled from the ground, thus encouraging the air gap.
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