Pivot Pad, Ignacio Salas-Humara Architect

The wood deck cantilevers over a limestone bluff and overlooks Ranger Creek below and a private nature preserve beyond.

PHOTO: Ignacio Salas-Humara

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Brenda King lo ha aggiunto a Fencing9 dicembre 2020

This hog panel comes in various sizes and staples to a post. It will not rust and disappears to the eye. Can be found at farm supply store.

everdebz
everdebz lo ha aggiunto a outdoors8 novembre 2020

We used cedar lumber for frame and galvanized wire panels for inserts. These panels can be found at farm & ranch supply stores. They come in various sizes, for example 42" x 96" and they can be cut to your required size. They are held in place by cedar trim pieces. The top handrail is a 2x 6 cedar piece, run through a table saw so the top is slightly slanted to roll off rainwater....The wire panels are sometimes called "cattle panels" or "hog panels." They come in different grid sizes. The grid I used was 4 x 6" -- to attach the cattle panel to the trim? First we anchored the edges of the panels to the 2x4 cedar frame, then we trimmed with 2" x 2" cedar on both sides of the panel, all the way around

tclements56
Terry Clements lo ha aggiunto a Lake house final1 novembre 2020

May want to use mesh instead of cable on the railing.

saweyrw
Richard Sawey lo ha aggiunto a Deck Project13 settembre 2020

Security railing provides open view.

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