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Deck Spacer - Multipurpose Deck Building Tool
Category: Industrial, Home and Garden
The addition of a deck space to one's home provides a beautiful environment to relax, read, dine and entertain, and is an enhancement that symbolizes luxury and success.
In the process of building a deck, the most commonly used tool to create a space between the boards, is the common nail. While inexpensive, nails often create additional problems and work. Since they are small, they're hard to remove when a lot of force is applied against them, and they often fall on, through or under the deck, creating a potential injury. They can also leave a dent on the edge of the deck boards, especially with softer woods like redwood and cedar which are prone to denting and maring. When a lot of force is applied, the nails also have to be removed with a hammer or nail bar, which also dents the wood.
The Deck Spacer is a multi-purpose deck building tool that eliminates this problem, in addition to helping to perform many other tasks involved in building a deck.
1. Deck Spacer:
2. Mark 16-Inch Center:
3. Mark Boards to Be Cut:
5. Check if Decking is Square
6. Check and Align Upright Parts of Railing
Companies that build decks as well as do-it-yourself home owners.
Inventor is seeking:
A company that will license the rights and will make, manufacture and distribute the product.
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