Another benefit to using hidden deck brackets is that the installation is made much easier and allows most Do-It-Yourselfers the opportunity to construct beautiful and long-lasting deck themselves.
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"By placing hidden brackets under your deck you can improve the strength and longevity of your deck while assuring that the traditional dangers of nails and screws do not keep your family from enjoying the deck you've invested in," says Leavens. "Another benefit to using hidden deck brackets is that the installation is made much easier and allows most Do-It-Yourselfers the opportunity to construct beautiful and long-lasting deck themselves."
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