I'm Sure It Will Go Unnoticed By Most Buyers
Okay, so you are looking at building or repairing that deck of yours and want to get some ideas to make those deck improvements. You head over to your local Big Box Hardware store to look at some displays, check the prices, and collect some design ideas for your own home project. I do the same thing sometimes.
While at a local store I came across this display pamphlet showing some design options. Included in the photos was a shot of a gate. Gates are important to have but they do need to be build correctly to last. This one caught my attention because it was not right. That diagonal board is very important in the prevention of the gate sagging over time, it was put in at the wrong angle. Is that the way their installers do it? I hope not.
I'm certain that I am this will go unnoticed by most. My wife tells me that I have an eye for this sort of flaw detection that is of no use to anyone, she may be right. It never hurts to know how things should be done, the end user can choose to use it or not.
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