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Old 02-04-2019, 08:07 PM   #1
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I am replacing the screen on an awkward pool enclosure. the inside is about 10' below the roof line attached to the house wall, and the outside cage wall is only about 1' from the pool edge. The pool is about 10' across. My plan is to use the top rail of the cage which is about 3' from the roof line as one of the supports for a platform, and a ladder on the other side of the pool as the inside support. I figure I need about 14' of span. I have no way of transporting lumber that long to the site. My plan is to glue and bolt two 2x6x8 with a 2' overlap with two 2x12x8 boards that butt over the connection to build the 14' platform. Now in my mind, this seems adequate. I would like the opinion of someone who has more experience with this kind of thing than myself, however. Anyone have thoughts?
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