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how to build a deck part 1 - footings & foundations. this video will show you how to properly set up your footings because this sets the foundation for a safe and strong deck.
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footings are a very important component of deck construction because they provide the solid foundation that will support your deck. your deck’s design will determine how live and dead loads are transferred from different sections of the deck to concentrated points of contact with the ground.