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Posted on Repair wooden columns

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Kelly

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#1 posted 04-30-2017 05:21 AM

Brace up what the columns are holding up, whack out what is broke and butt joint in the new pretty stuff and you should be good to go. After all, with all the downward pressure, this is one of the few places a butt joint should be a solid joint.

Now, what killed the existing? That needs to be removed (e.g., clear the dirt away from the bottom of the walls outside, etc.).


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