Dig and pour your deck footings so they extend below the frost line. That way, they won't move, or heave, as the ground freezes and thaws during seasonal changes. This article explains how to build solid footings that will stay put year-round.

Dig and pour your deck footings so they extend below the frost line. That way, they won't move, or heave, as the ground freezes and thaws during seasonal changes. This article explains how to build solid footings that will stay put year-round.

This video shows you how to build the base of a deck foundation or concrete deck footing, using QUIKRETE® QUIK-TUBE Building Forms. Successfully construct a ...

This video shows you how to build the base of a deck foundation or concrete deck footing, using QUIKRETE® QUIK-TUBE Building Forms. Successfully construct a ...

No-Dig Deck Footings Some pros have given up constructing concrete deck footings. Instead, they're using the Diamond Pier foundation system. To install a Diamond Pier footing, just drive in four pipes with a demo hammer. That eliminates a ton of digging and concrete work.

No-Dig Deck Footings Some pros have given up constructing concrete deck footings. Instead, they're using the Diamond Pier foundation system. To install a Diamond Pier footing, just drive in four pipes with a demo hammer. That eliminates a ton of digging and concrete work.

Dig and pour your deck footings so they extend below the frost line. That way, they won't move, or heave, as the ground freezes and thaws during seasonal changes. This article explains how to build solid footings that will stay put year-round.

Dig and pour your deck footings so they extend below the frost line. That way, they won't move, or heave, as the ground freezes and thaws during seasonal changes. This article explains how to build solid footings that will stay put year-round.

Deck Footings Done Right They're no fun to dig, but that's no excuse for digging them wrong. from Fine Homebuilding

Deck Footings Done Right They're no fun to dig, but that's no excuse for digging them wrong. from Fine Homebuilding

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