Thanks everyone for the feedback. Good info.
Asphalt shingles is exactly what I was thinking about.
I consider that application ill advised due to heat, weight, and the
additional mess when it actually gets done right.
But what makes it a bad idea for a deck?
I was thinking about orienting the boards 90 degrees to the existing. Support
definitely wouldn't be an issue.
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From: David Scheidt <email@example.com>
Do you mean literally putting new deck boards on the existing boards,
as is done with asphalt shingles?
The first is a bad idea.
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