Installing Envision Decking
How to Install Envision Decking
Featuring a tough EverGrain™ core that stands up against rot, insects, and splitting and a unique outer capstock layer boasting non-repeating wood grain patterns; Envision decking is the durable choice for a beautiful backyard space.
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Installation with EverClip Hidden Fasteners
Attach the Starter Board
To begin the installation of your deck, face-fasten one edge of the starter board with color-matching composite deck screws. Use one screw at each joist along the “unclipped” edge of the board. This will likely be necessary on the outside edge of the deck and also along the edge abutting the structure.
Set the First Row of Clips in Place
Place the first EverClip hidden fastener firmly in the groove over the center of the joist and partially drive the screw until the head is just above the deck board surface. Do not fully drive the screw.
Repeat Along the First Board
Move down the length of the deck board setting a hidden deck clip at each joist. At butt joints, there is an additional joist that will need to be attached. Fasten with EverClip hidden fasteners over each joist.
Installing the Next Deck Board
Slide the next deck board into place positioning it so that clips are fully inserted into the groove along the entire length of the board. Firmly fasten the EverClip fasteners from the second step into place by fully driving each screw. The starter board and one side of the second board are now secured. Clips will provide uniform automatic ¼ inch spacing.
Repeat these steps until all but one Envision deck board is set in place.
Installing the Last Deck Board
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