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NewHallmark 2015 Lucy Decking the Tree Peanuts Gang Ornament
2005-Now
$7.99
End time: 23-Oct-16 10:49:45 PDT

New2015 Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Peanuts Decking The Tree Snoopy
Peanuts
$9.50
End time: 30-Sep-16 19:27:31 PDT

New2015 Hallmark CHARLIE BROWN DECKING THE TREE - PEANUTS - Popcorn string
Peanuts
$19.49
End time: 06-Oct-16 11:47:34 PDT

NewHallmark 2015 Keepsake Ornament Peanuts LUCY Decking The Tree
2005-Now
$9.95
End time: 27-Oct-16 19:54:27 PDT

New2015 Hallmark "LUCY" Peanuts DECKING THE TREE
Peanuts
$12.49
End time: 25-Oct-16 16:05:34 PDT

NewPEANUTS Hallmark ~ WOODSTOCK DECKING The TREE ~ Keepsake Series Ornament
Peanuts
$9.99
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End time: 29-Sep-16 17:10:16 PDT

NewHallmark 2015 Lucy Decking the Tree Peanuts Gang Ornament
2005-Now
$16.95
End time: 08-Oct-16 14:52:08 PDT

2015 Hallmark Peanuts Woodstock Decking The Tree Ornament
Peanuts
$9.95
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End time: 02-Oct-16 09:41:07 PDT

NewHallmark 2015 Lucy Decking the Tree
Peanuts
$12.99Buy It Now: $16.99
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End time: 02-Oct-16 18:32:19 PDT

2015 Hallmark Peanuts Lucy Decking The Tree Ornament
Peanuts
$4.95
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End time: 02-Oct-16 09:47:29 PDT

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2 years ago I bought composite decking from Menards called Green Tree, they stopped carrying it. Warranty info

Apr 25, 2008 by rugerqueen | Posted in Decorating & Remodeling

I need to find out where to go to for warranty it was supposed to have a 20 year warranty and no one can give me any info on who to contact and the decking is splitting pretty bad in some spots. Can anyone help me find out who to contact and what to do? This was expensive decking material and is only a couple of years old.


Green Tree composites is a division of Biewer Lumber,Try http://www.biewerlumber.com/greentree.htm, good luck.

Is there anyone else who leaves the top of their Christmas tree naked?

Dec 17, 2008 by Just A Girl | Posted in Polls & Surveys

My tree is decked very naturally, and I like it best with nothing on the top. Am I the only one?


Mine doesn't have anything at the top either. I looked around in the stores to find something that I liked, but I didn't find anything. I decided that it looks just fine with nothing at the top.

How close to a 100 year old oak tree can I build a deck (must have many 4 foot deep concrete footings)?

Jul 08, 2006 by Plaz | Posted in Garden & Landscape

We are planning a deck for our yard. On one side of the yard, we have a 100 year old Oak tree. In MN, we must have footings that are at least 4 feet deep. We do not want to injure the oak tree in the process of building our deck.


The roots of the tree spread well beyond the range of the upper canopy. Most of the important roots are located in the top 18 inches of the soil. So long as you are not digging trenches you should be fine constructing your deck near the tree. When the roots are cut they will bounce back back rather quickly.

Just do not dig any long trenches or add soil on top of the existing soil level.

Good Luck

My young daughter was in car and by mistake she put the car in gear and hit the tree?

May 25, 2007 by asad2004@rogers.com | Posted in Insurance & Registration

I started the engine of car and stepped outside. My younger sister was in car and by mistake she put the car in gear. The car hit the neighbours tree and deck and stopped. Slight damage was done both to the car and deck. Somebody called the police so they took report. No body was injured, so every one walked away. One week later now I get a call from insurance company that I shall give details of accident. I dont want to claim anything. Please advise that what shall I say to insurance company representative?


This happened to me several years ago, My ex hubby left my son in the car and he backed the van into a tree and then ran over a bush.

Just tell your insurance company that you don't wish to file a claim because there was no significant damage and that should be the end of it.

Accidents happen and child protective services have more appropriate matters to tend to so ignore the idiot above.

We have an octagon shaped deck that is under a tree we don't get much use out of it?

Apr 27, 2008 by kayjay | Posted in Garden & Landscape

We can't cut the tree down because it is so huge and is in a bad spot on our property no equipment can get to it, but we really want to be able to use it but thanks to the birds and tree droppings that is impossible! Any ideas on what we could use as a cover/top on it? We were going to add a top to it but they were going to have to take apart the whole deck and start over, seems like alot of work to me!! Any ideas would be great!


Can you make a pvc type of frame? If you attach posts to the back of the deck and then several feet in front of it, you can create a frame. From this frame, you can "enclose" it with shade cloth that they use in nurseries. The shade cloth comes in different %'s too. It is also lightweight as is pvc.

So, pvc posts rising from the back of the deck. At the top of the post you will have smaller ones going around the tree and then radiating out to meet the other post set several feet away from the deck to create a sorf of tent.

You can paint the pvc with appropriate paint so it blends in. I saw someone hot glue bands around it and made it look like bamboo. That was really neat, but you can really do anything you can imagine.

Hope this helps you some!

 

 
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When the boys were very immature we made an effort to make the garden a decent place to suspended out, and one of the plants we bought was a golden elm. Recently, we discovered this sparse bit of it growing through a gap in our decking - no idea how it got there! It is a foot or two...