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Advice on attaching deck frame on sloped wall

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by robbieee, 12 Jun 2020.

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    I need to attached my ground level timber frame for decking to a sloped wall. How would i do this without making contact and the timber rotting from the rain?

    any help would be appreciated

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    Why do you feel the need to attach to wall?
     
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    well i thought because it was solid and i cant put posts into the ground as its massive rocks underneath rather than soil. I am unable to dig down to install the posts...
     
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    Install on top of pavement slabs (Cemented in)at corners and centrally, the shear weight requires no fixing to wall .
     
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