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rcole_sooner
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Re: Builng a pier new [Re: Patrick]
      #5466218 - 10/12/12 12:48 AM

Hmmm, the wooden pier, and deck idea, is pretty cool. Since it is temporary (or at least I could claim it was), it would proabably get by the HOA rules.

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Raginar
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Re: Builng a pier new [Re: rcole_sooner]
      #5466334 - 10/12/12 04:40 AM

That's why I built one in my ROR. I figured some day I might sell my house, and the person might want to actually use the shed .

Chris


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Geo.
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Re: Builng a pier new [Re: Raginar]
      #5469819 - 10/14/12 01:36 PM Attachment (10 downloads)

When I built the barn I needed a 16' column to support a ridge beam that T'd to and supported a cross beam. Concerned that a 4 by 4 or 6 by 6 would be a bit wippy I built up a column of Doug fir 2 by 6s and 2 by 4s. It was glued with epoxy and clamped temporarily with 3" sheet rock screws. It could be left as is but I plained it into an octogon.

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