Decking, again…

It’s been another busy week here at Maison Mûrier, we had the last delivery of support beams for the pool deck.

The beams were delivered on a huge lorry that had to navigate our rather tight driveway. They are so heavy that we had to use our car to drive them down to the pool area.  

 After a few hours of huffing and puffing we managed to get them into place and have cemented them on top of the breeze block pillars.

Now we have to put the cross beams in place and then cut and fit the decking planks, and put the railings in place to tie in with the deck.

Looks like a few more busy weeks ahead to get it finished. 

 

And it’s 34 degrees…….

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