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Installing a composite top rail
Every composite fence should be topped with a rail. A connector sold separately connects the rail to the post. Insert the connectors on each side of the rail, in the runner provided. Each connector is fixed to the rail with the pressure screw provided (M6x12mm).
Installing an aluminium top rail
When erecting your aluminium fence, you can install a top rail above the highest board for a clean finish. An optional connector connects the rail to the post.
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Decking installation instructions (ref. PU7)
Recommended tools, preparing the ground and the accessories, laying joists, spacing between boards, installing boards and fixing them in place, technical details and presentation examples: follow the step-by-step installation instructions below (PU7) for easy, flawless assembly of
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Instructions for installing decking accessories (ref. PU26)
Before beginning to install Silvadec removable clips, please refer to the installation instructions, document ref. PU26. View the pdf
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Instructions for installing removable clips (ref. PU32)
Before beginning to install Silvadec removable clips, please refer to the installation instructions, document ref. PU32. View the pdf
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Installing joists
The joists, of whatever type, must be installed using specific spacing, not exceeding the maximums detailed below:
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Fastening deck boards on removable clips
How to secure your deck boards using our removable clips
Fastening boards on removable clips
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Fastening boards on permanent clips
How to install and secure your deck boards The upper surface of deck boards and exposed accessories has a brushed finish, to imitate the appearance of wood and increase grip. The non-brushed surface must not be uppermost.
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Removing a board installed with removable clips
Do you need to remove a board that has been fixed in with our removable clip? The clip is designed so that the screw is accessible with a standard Torx T15 bit. Slightly loosen the clip and shift it to position the screw head above the “lock hole”.