Deck Railing - Full Post at Wall


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If like me you like to keep the Post off the Wall  ( so moisture isn't trapped and it can be repainted over the years)  you can also break the railing wall and reverse the short part to stop them joining again and then position the end of the long section, the width of the newel (post) off the house, though it works for 3.5" posts, you just can't much close or you'll lose the short wall.

 

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PS. nice tip on the T-Shape Room Divider Eric , I was just using one in the past......

 

M.

 

 

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