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Old 11-10-2013, 09:08 AM   #1
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Portable decking

Looking for a portable deck set up 8x20 that I can assemble on a flat paver stone site and disassemble at end of season. This is for a 34 ft Class A Motorhome. Looking install at grade. Thanks!

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Old 11-10-2013, 09:27 AM   #2
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With all the variables of dimensions, installed on a grade, the cheapest would be to bolt one together out of pressure treated lumber. You could look for removable piers or docks, but self built will be cheaper.


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Old 11-10-2013, 09:49 AM   #3
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Looking for a portable deck set up 8x20 that I can assemble on a flat paver stone site and disassemble at end of season. This is for a 34 ft Class A Motorhome. Looking install at grade. Thanks!
Define "DECK". I'm presuming you mean "deck" in the traditional sense-- a solid, wooden, somewhat rustic looking surface with some degree of structure to it. Its hard to reconcile that and "portable" in the same sentence, unless you've got a truck to haul it in. Your post was not clear as to how much structure you want, or whether you want to take the deck with you, or store the parts on the same site. If you make up 2' x 2' sections (for ease of handling), you'll have forty of them to deal with.

If what you want is just a defined, comfortable surface (since you already have a level, paved surface to set them on), you could buy 40 of those interlocking hard rubber work mats, available just about everywhere. They're also 2' x 2', but they're easy to handle, lightweight, and not very cumbersome to store.
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Old 11-10-2013, 04:20 PM   #4
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Mlynch, I assume you have a trailer to transport the deck. I don't know where you are or where you want to use the deck. I can build the deck with no problem. Assuming you have the trailer to haul it, I would build it in 4 sections so two people can handle it easily. I could build it in 5 or 6 sections if necessary also.
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