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Old 06-07-2010, 09:47 PM   #1
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Unfortually i can't figure out how to draw plans in anything besides MS paint. Is this roughly how you would frame a wrap around deck with a 45 angled around the corner instead of a 90?.. Using 45 degree joist hangers..
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Personal preference really. Why not 90deg? Is there something like a tree preventing it? You don't show dimensions but measure out the space at the 45...it might end up being a congestion problem.

PS: All I know how to use is MS Paint also..your drawing looks way better than some of the ones I've done..lol

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How you frame it will depend on the plan to lay the decking. If the decking is to run into the corner at 90 degrees, I would run the framing perpendicular to the decking in each direction.
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As stated - It all depends on where your footings are, and the posts that sit on them, and the beams that sit on top of them. Its all about the structural load.

In other words, if you want to angle the corner at 45 degrees, rather than 90 degrees = the question is all about how, and where, that outside span will be supported.
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Has to be a 45 . The stairs go out there towards the front driveway.

3 ply 2x10 beams on bell piles every 10' . I finished up the drawings wish i had i could have it the pc instead of a smuggy piece of graph lol
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Anyone got any photos of mitred decking going into a corner?
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Well for my wrap around deck. Trying to figure out some decking style layout. I want to put some corner stairs .. So i was hoping to find some pictures but havent had no luck

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