Now if we had known that this process was feasible 5 years ago, we probably would have held off putting on a large deck and landscaping around the house. Lucky for us, Zach's dad has a save-the-deck plan. A good plan? Maybe. A safe plan? Definitely not. A successful plan? That remains to be seen.
For Mark's plan, you will need:
One tow truck, two fearless men, one massive deck, and lots of ingenuity
New book idea: The multiple uses for a flatbed
Hmmm...Zach 'holding' up the massive deck while Mark works underneath it.
Nope, nothing unsafe about that.
Well, it's out in the yard. Now what?
Is this more or less redneck than a washing machine on the front porch?
Backyard BBQs will have to wait.
Step one complete. The deck is off the house, in one piece, and waiting patiently in the backyard. And, most importantly, nobody got crushed. Now we just have the super-quick, super-easy, super-safe step of putting the deck back on the house. What is the plan for that? We're still not sure. Stay tuned...