Tom Silva building the deck at the Billerica TV Project from 1999
Photo: Joe Yutkins
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27. It's easier than ever to build a long-wearing deck

Rain, wind, and sun can turn a handsome deck into a splintered, rotted-out danger zone. But improved materials we've showcased at many TOH houses, including long-lasting synthetic boards, arsenic-free pressure-treated lumber, and rustproof stainless-steel fasteners, have made it possible to build decks that hold up well to the ravages of time.
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