The Ranch is private. And all railing in Cali is 42". It's in the Cailifornia Residential Code book. I believe Cali went all 42" around 2004 or 5 I can't remember. I turned 50 on this job so I deserve a break on my memory. LolI wondered if they were 42". Is that the code out there for residential or does the horse farm qualify as commercial?
That's rude.So I get to the job Monday waited 9 hours for an inspector that was a no show. He wouldn't answer his phone. So I go down to the city to find out what the phuck happened. He said he was busier then normal. I was pissed to say the least. I bit my tongue to an extent, but I did tell him a curtesy call would of been cool.
The city policy is someone has to be there or they won't go into a backyard by themselves. He made me wait 9 hours so he could save 90 seconds on a phone call! needless to say I got final today but I wasted a whole day. Kinda sucks because I'm booked until November 7th. So it's not like I'm not busy either.
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Thanks Marvin, I normally don't do it like that but I was married to the size. I try to make it where the small piece is under the railing. And no you can't route edges of capped composite. I make sure the cut edge is facing our so it's not slapping you in the face everytime you look at it.Very nice work as always. I have a question on the termination. It looks like you inserted a 1.5" piece before your last deck board. I have often woundered how to do this. Did you round the cut edge? do you have a close up picture?