can i use fence boards as decking can you use fence boards for deck . can i use fence board to make a deck? yahoo answers 24 may 2012 best answer: fence boards are way to thin to use for a deck unless you put a lot of extra supports ..>> can i use fence boards for deck flooring . anybody use decking boards for fence? - the chronicle of the
composite deck boards on a privacy fence - general discussion i want to build a privacy fence in the back yard 90×30 feet. wood takes a lot of maintenance. and from what i can tell vinyl tends to get brittle and falls apart. so i’m thinking that composite deck boards may be the way to go for a fence you don’t have to mess with every year.
anyone made a fence out of decking ? - page 1 - homes you could easily replicate that using decking boards,for that pic you would use a 100mm wide board and maybe a stain (cuprinol or ronseal both have a good selection,water based and easy to apply )
deck boards vs fence boards - doityourself.com community forums normally, at least in my neighborhood, fence boards are 1” or less thick but have the same width as my deck boards (5½”). technically, i suppose i could use the same decking boards to replace my fence boards (when that day eventually comes), but its going to be a great deal more expensive than purchasing 1” boards.
can i use decking boards for interior flooring? hunker while composite decking boards aren't commonly used indoors, you could use them for interior flooring. the concerns for a solid base in composite decking's outdoor use need to be addressed for its indoor use, but otherwise you can install composite decking wherever you want.
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anybody use decking boards for fence? - chronicle forums i want to put up some more board fence, but rough-cut is really a pita to deal with. i can get 1x6 treated poplar fence boards, but treated 5/4 decking is cheaper, as well as being thicker.