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Those of us who have the good fortune of having enough space for a deck also know just how lucky we are. If space is not an issue and you are considering having a deck built by a professional or would like to build one yourself, the following articles will help you in making that decision. Because decks are not the "platform" of yesterday, many of us have expanded our living space outdoors. Decks are just one way to expand our environment.




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