offering independent advice, the timber decking and cladding association provides information on specification for deck boards, if you are considering the use of wood decking for an outside decking.
i was doing research because i want to build a 2 story shed in our yard, and wanted to see what size wood i would need to support the second floor. the first floor is for storage, the second floor is a chill place, so i guess you could call it a guest house. i looked up building codes, and the supporting weight of 2x8's, 2x10's, and 2x12's.
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any idea how much a 10 x 10 deck weighs? the joists look to be 6 inch, and the decking is 2 x 4. 1500 lbs? someone asked me about moving one to allow for the waterproofing guys to dig a trench. and then put it back on. i know, it sounds silly, and it will probably fall apart in the moving process.
a 12-foot length of treated, yellow pine 5/4-by-6 decking will weigh an average of 13.87 pounds (within a range of 10.65 to 17.08 pounds). if not fully dry, treated wood can contain up to 4.5 gallons of water, adding as much as 17.4 pounds to the weight of the 12-foot board.
material weights decking: tectum, 1" thick 2.0psf insulrock, 1" thick 2.7psf poured gypsum, 1" thick 6.5psf vermiculate concrete, 1" thick 2.6psf tile note: weight of wood and wood products will vary as the moisture content varies and as density of grain varies. local codes should be consulted for live load requirements.
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