|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 5.5 x 9.8 inches|
|Item model number||60-275|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited warranty against materials and workmanship. Will send replacement parts free of charge if applicable. Contact factory.|
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Deck Mate - Deck Board Spacing Tool Durable, high-impact body 1/8" or 3/16" spacer edges Nail/screw layout guide for 2" x 4" or 2" x 6" decking
The Johnson Level & Tool Deck-Mate Board Spacing Tool evenly spaces dry or "green" deck lumber without falling through cracks. It is ideal for use with polymer decking, which requires accurate spacing. The spacing tools is built for durability and easy use, with a high-impact plastic body and easy-to-read 1/8- and 3/16-inch spacer edges. It includes a nail/screw layout guide for 2-by-6-inch or 2-by-4-inch decking. It is covered by a 1-year limited warranty.See all Product description
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I got quotes from contractors to rebuild my deck which were insane. Composite, cedar, whatever, it was a very high number. Then I looked into doing it myself. The base of the deck was solid, but the deck boards, railing and skirting needed to be replaced, at a materials cost of around 25-33% of what was quoted to me. I decided to go cedar again, but ensure that the boards were spaced correctly and I would use stain instead of paint.
Between this tool and a bowrench I felt I was able to tackle the job. I also needed a few other tools - sawzall for demolition, 2 cordless drills (one with bit, one with driver bit), compound miter saw, pocket jig, table saw and a planer (due to some angles in the way the deck was constructed I needed to thin down some 2x4s).
I'm somewhat handy but NOT a pro. I was able to resurface a 15x30 deck (including stairs) over a couple months working an hour or 2 each night after work plus around 8 hours each weekend, by myself.
This tool was very helpful in 2 ways - first, in ensuring proper gaps between the boards when using the bowrench, and second, to determine proper hole spacing when screwing the boards down.
There's nothing like the satisfaction of a job well done, and many thousands of dollars saved!
Our deck project was comprised of boards of 8', 12' and 16' long. I ordered 5 of these spacers. We probably could have gotten away with 4, but the 5th came in handy on the 16 footers.
The holes are great for screw spacing, as well.
I have also just used the tools to space ceramic tile for the medallion on my deck. They worked great for that purpose, as well.
I have just ordered 3 more tools to make the remainder of the decking installation go faster.