In this episode we will show how to build a simple wood deck with built in LED lights. Thanks to MINI for sponsoring this video. Click on this link to learn more about the AllElectric Mini: http://bit.ly/2NzMmWu
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Links to the products we used
Low Voltage LED lights from In-Lite
Quikrete Anchoring Epoxy
Stainless Steel Screws
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Weird way to build a deck lol. But whatever I guess it works. Would have been alot easier to just frame it normally though.
I don't get the lights on the deck. Strange.
World's smallest deck
how did you know where to put your bolts into the concrete
Nothing says relaxing on your deck like staring down into the glare of well lights.
always lay out a quality mat under your gravel.. so vegetation don`t come through and your gravel isn`t pushed down into the mud when it rains
Awesome, always like your post and vids.
My OCD is killing me right now.
Geez. The global warming commercial was so cringe. Global warming is a left wing conspiracy.
That's the hardest way ever to build a deck. No dpc between wood and concrete? Why not just drop to piles in and set bearer on it?
Stainless steel screws are the hardist screws you can buy. He said they are quit soft. Obviously hes wrong about that.
Great job. I enjoyed watching you work on this project. Sending hello from New Jersey.
This project estimated coat is $3000 above for a very basic deck.A bit on the high side.
Neat. I would place the lights on each corner. One in the middle..
Beautiful deck. Wondering why those light are just randomly spaced? Something about it just seems weird. I would prefer them symmetrically places. But I digress. Great video my friend.
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Bad assssss!!! 🥰🤙🏾
Way too much overhang. Your not a big guy an you see the flexing of the deck. A series of concrete peers would have been easier and more sturdy.
What's with the totally unrelated car sales pitch in the middle of the vid ? I didn't get to see the end of the vid …..