Simpson Strong-Tie has announced an update to its online deck resource center in conjunction with Deck Safety Month.
Presented each May by the North American Deck and Railing Association (NADRA), Deck Safety Month is dedicated to raising deck safety awareness for contractors and homeowners. According to NADRA, of the 50 million decks in the US alone, it’s estimated that 25 million currently need to be replaced or repaired.
In addition to Deck Safety Month resources available at nadra.org, the Simpson Strong-Tie Deck Center is an online resource that provides deck builders and consumers with in-depth deck safety information, an idea and inspiration page for building safe decks, as well as a selection of videos, online and in-person training opportunities, literature, and industry tips for safe deck construction.
With most wood decks expected to last only 10 to 15 years, contractors and homeowners can also explore the 5 Warning Signs of an Unsafe Deck. Rotting wood, missing hardware, and other hazards can all contribute to unsafe conditions, and Deck Safety Month presents an ideal opportunity to conduct simple deck inspections that can head off problems before failures occur.
Visitors to the Simpson Strong-Tie Deck Center can also get installation details and feature and benefit information for a range of deck connectors, fasteners and construction solutions offered by Simpson Strong-Tie, including the complete line of Outdoor Accents decorative hardware.
For more information about deck safety, including best practices for designing, inspecting, and repairing great decks, visit the Simpson Strong-Tie Deck Center, watch a video featuring “6 Warning Signs of Unsafe Decks,” and read deck safety posts on the Simpson Strong-Tie Building Strong blog.
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