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    When it comes to refurbishing an old deck, there are a few things you need to take into account. The first step is to assess the damage and decide what needs to be fixed. Cracked or warped boards, loose nails or screws, and missing or damaged railings are all common problems that need to be fixed before painting or staining the deck.

    The next step is to prepare the surface. This involves cleaning it and removing any loose paint or debris. You can do this by using a scrub brush, a pressure washer, or a chemical stripper. Once the surface is clean, you can start fixing any damaged boards or railings.

    Nails and screws should be replaced with new ones that are the same size and type. If the boards are warped, you can try to straighten them out by using a hammer and nail or a screwdriver. Once all of the repairs have been made, you can sand down the surface to create a smooth finish.

    The last step is to paint or stain the deck. You can choose any color or finish you want, but it’s important to make sure the product is designed for outdoor use. Once the paint or stain has dried, you can enjoy your newly refurbished deck!

    If you need help with any of these steps, please feel free to contact a professional deck contractor. They will be able to help you get the job done right.

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