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How to Build a Splash Pool Deck
Step 6: Attaching Deck Surface Boards
Align the first 2"x6" surface board with the edge of a Support frame at the connection of two Support Frames as shown in Diagram 9. One end of the 2"x6" surface board will tuck under the pool's coping. Cutting a 10 degree angle on at least one end of the surface boards will help align the decking with the pool. Leave a minimum of 1" spacing from the pool's wall and the end of the 2"x6" surface board. The first surface board will need to be cut-to-fit. Trim the end of the board to fit flush to the Splash Handrail Bracket and the edge of the Support Frame. To allow the first surface board to sit flat on the Splash Handrail Bracket, it is recommended to drill shallow holes into the surface of the board above the each nail head. Position the surface boards over the Splash Handrail Bracket, tap a hammer on top of the surface board a few times to indent the nail heads into the bottom of the surface board. Using a 3/8" – 1/2" drill bit, drill a shallow hole at each indented mark. The surface boards will now site flush to the Splash Handrail Bracket. Position and secure the first decking board using 2-1/2" deck screws.
Continue placing and securing 2"x6" surface boards until the boards overlap the next Support Frame. Allow the remaining "full" surface boards to overhang the Support Frame by at least 1" as shown in Diagram 10. Secure the 2"x6" surface boards with two 2 1/2" deck screws at the connection with each 2"x6" support board.