outside deck and stair post locations

Deck Framing Connection Guide

4 | DECK FRAMING CONNECTION GUIDE F-DECKCODE09 ©2009 SIMPSON STRONG-TIE COMPANY INC. Railing Post-to-Deck Framing (page 15) Lateral Load Connection (page 9) Ledger Attachment (page 8) Stair Tread-to-Stringer (page 16) Joist-to-Ledger (page 13) Stair Stringer-to- Deck Framing (page 16) Beam-to-Post (page 12) Post-to-Concrete (page 11) Joist-to ...【Get Price】

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Deck Building Footing and Pier Locations

The beams for this deck were two laminated 2x8 red cedar timbers cut so that the front beam extended beyond the side of the deck. It would be cut to final size once the deck frame was finished. The second beam was overlapped and securely nailed to the first beam. The corner joint was to sit directly on the 4x4 deck support post.【Get Price】

Bottom Stair Post and Stringer Deck Connections | THISisCarpentry

In order for me to align my bottom stair rail posts with the top (deck/guardrail posts) I’ll need to install the lower posts outside of the stringers. Since my stringers are spaced at 12″ rather than 16″ I see that I cannot use the DTT method that Mike Guertin describes (upon reviewing the details of ‘Guardrail Post Outside the Rim ...【Get Price】

Attaching Bottom Deck Posts | THISisCarpentry

I have always been on the lookout for a better way to make a more secure rail post connection at the bottom of a set of deck stairs. Over the years I have tried the old ways of mounting the post on the outside of the stringer and adding a couple of bolts—a technique that never worked and especially won’t work today because of the way that building codes have changed: Deck posts must now ...【Get Price】