Hole Saw Bit

By · Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

Hole Saw Bit

Having a bad board / iron on the cover? Do not panic! It is easy to repair if you have the right tools and a little courage. There are several options depending on the amount of damage to the plate.

Before buying new boards there are several options to consider. First, is your board only badly worn, but still strong or completely rotten? If it is rotten, taking into account only the Board and turn it around. You have to find a large board on the other side! (In fact, if you have time, energy and inclination can go back to make a full deck this way and finished with a cover that looks new.) Secondly, if the damage is limited to a small area, it is necessary to replace the entire board, but only the damaged part. Repair is a fast, easy and inexpensive. Take into account these factors, and then measure the length of the table you want to replace.

You also need the following tools: tape measure, pry bar, T square, pencil Jig saw or a keyhole saw, a wood chisel, drill, galvanized nails or screws and a nail set. Beware of nails and screws made in China! They bend and break very easily. You have to have extra on hand. It is also easier to work with the supplied nails.

The process of elimination plate is more or less the same regardless of how much to remove. If replacing a section of the board, mark the section to be replaced every side of a beam to replace with a T square and pencil. Then, using your jig saw cut the board along the line. You may have to drill a hole to be large enough to begin his jigsaw. Back the screws with a power drill set on reverse or lever of the Board with a crowbar. If you badly decayed may have to use your chisel and all necessary means to eliminate it. When you delete an entire board can be useful for cutting into smaller sections before extract.

Cut your replacement board to fit the area to be replaced and attach it to the existing joists using screws or nails. Place the nail / screw one just below the surface using a nail set nail. If a beam is damaged or rotten board will be strengthened with a "sister". This cut a length of 2 (the size depends on the size of existing beam) several inches longer than the damage section. Attach this plate to the side of the existing beam to reinforce it. Then place new board filed for the new section of the beam.

If you are replacing a table that extends to the edge of the deck and hangs on a side beam, cut the board a few inches longer. After that is in place, the seat of the Board to match existing.

To complete the project, all the sand areas that can be mixed and apply stain or paint begun to match your existing coverage.

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