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Restoring a Weathered and Sun Damaged Deck

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How to deal with nail pops, damaged, twisted boards and severe fading and discoloration

Andretta and Kenneth Allen live in a quiet suburban neighborhood on the south side of New Orleans -- a city steeped in history and tradition.  While their home isn't nearly as old the French Quarter, the deck looked as though it might be.  The couple assumed that replacement was their only option, but, to their surprise, they discovered that even the most forlorn-looking deck can often be revived and rejuvenated with the right approach.

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