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									                          Luxwood Deck/Fence Products
Make sure you have filled in the Lumber Product information before entering any information.
Once this has been completed you need to assign the Wood Types you have listed to be used
for the various parts of the Deck / Fence. Since each Wood Type has been assigned a
Number you only need to enter the Wood Type Numbers into the chart. Don’t forget to enter a
default Wood Type for each part. If you are going to be using Precut Stingers as one of the
options for the Stringers enter the value 99 into the Stringer column.

          Component                      Default                Other wood type# options
                                        woodtype#
DECK                                      N/A                             N/A
joists
ledger
stringers
beams
ground posts
fascia
decking
stair treads
stair risers
railings
railing posts
rail cap (Hand Rail)
spindles/balusters
apron frame
apron members
screen frame
screen members
benches
tables
planters

FENCE                                     N/A                             N/A
ground posts
fencing (pickets)
railings
rail cap




 sku #                   Description                     stringer       wood type          unit    price
                                                       dimensions
2step      precut stringer (3 risers)               2x12x3‟                 99         ea         3.99
                                                                            99
                                                                            99
                                                                            99
                                                                            99
                                                                            99
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                                             Precut Stringers


The following section will help you identify those products which are not dimensional lumber and
clearly define how they are used at your store. To facilitate this we have listed the various areas and then
broken each area down into its individual components, which appear in a small chart into which you
must enter your sku and price. In many cases you will be using a different product with a different
description and in some cases you will have optional choices such as different types of spindles and
balusters. Space has been left in each chart for you to fill in the sku #, description and price of these
items. Be sure to show the unit you use such as lb. or kg. etc.
Note: the Deck and Fence modules are very similar therefore the products used for a Deck could also be
used for the Fence. If you intend to have the Fence module programmed please indicate (circle an
option) Yes No
If you selected Yes indicate in the following charts whether that same product would be used in the
Fence module. If the product is to be used for the Deck module only enter a „D‟ in the Module Column,
if for the Fence module only enter a „F‟ and if for both enter a „B‟.

                                   Joist Hangers and Joist Hanger Nails
   sku #                            description                      Unit          price        module
                2 x 6 galvanized joist hanger                        ea.
                2 x 8 galvanized joist hanger                        ea.
                2 x 10 galvanized joist hanger                       ea.
                2 x 12 galvanized joist hanger                       ea.
                joist hanger nails




How many nails are used to attach a joist hanger ?______________
How many joist hanger nails are there in a lb. ?_____________
Would you use joist hangers on both ends of the joist when 1 end is attached to the house
?____________

                                            Ledger Hardware
When the deck is attached to the house (by resting on a ledger) hardware is used. List the different sizes
and identify when those sizes would be used (ie: use a 4” plug with a 6” lag screw for Brick siding, 6”
lag screw only for wood siding, etc). If Tie-Down straps are used (used only with Internal Beams) fill in
the sku number.
Sku #                           Description                                  unit             price




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       Tie-down strap (Hurricane Strap)
When fastening the ledger to the house we use (circle one option) 1 or 2 fasteners every _____inches




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                                                    Nails / Screws
List all sizes and quantities used (including bulk sizes). Don’t forget to enter the quantity per Unit (ie: 8d’s = 120
nails per lb). If there is not enough room in the following chart make a phototcopy for the additional products.
     Sku #                          Description                          unit          qty/unit         price       module




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Now that you have entered all the different types of Nails and Screws you need to identify where these
fasteners are to be used and how thay are to be calculated. For example, for Deck Planking you would
use 2inch Nails or Screws for 1inch thick Plank options, 2.5in Nails or Screws for 5/4inch thick Planks
and 3inch Nails or Screws for 2inch thick Planks. The quantity could be based on a set number of lbs per
square feet of Deck area.




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                                               Post Brackets
Brackets are used to fasten a Beam to a Ground Post. The same component could be used to fasten a
Ground Post to a Concrete Footer. If the Bracket would be used for both enter a B in the Area Column, if
it‟s only to be used for a post-to-beam enter a PB, if only for post-to-footer enter a PF.
   Sku #                            Description                           area       price module




What size of Bracket would be used for a 4x6 Post ? ___________________
How are Brackets secured ?(list fastener and quantity) ___________________________________
If another method (ie: threaded rod, etc) is used to secure Posts please list details including sku# and the
quantity calculation method. If using Bolts see chart and comments in Bolt section.




                                  Bolts / Threaded rod / Nuts / Washers
Enter all bolts, bottom plate fasteners, washers, etc into the following chart. If the bolts contain nuts and
washers indicate this in the Description Column. (ie: 3/8x6” w/nut)
  sku #                         Description                         unit        price           module




What size bolt is used on a 4x4 post ? ________________
What size bolt is used on a 4x6 post ? ________________
What size bolt is used on a 6x6 post ? ________________
How many bolts are used to attach a post to a beam ? ________________
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                                               Post Footers
The program allows for a variety of footers, such as concrete by itself, concrete in a sono tube, premade
concrete footers such as cottage pads, and deck spikes. If using bags of concrete indicate quantity of bags
used per post or how you would calculate the required concrete. If Deck Blocks are to be used enter the
Height of the block in the description column.
sku #                Description                     unit          price         module




sku #           description concrete mix             bag size    cubic measure          price            quantity per
                                                                     yield
                                                                                                            post




                                                Sono Tube
   sku #                description              Dia      Length                 unit           price         module




Do you use Sono Tubes (circle 1 option)? yes          no list Sono Tubes as an option ?                 yes    no
If the post is placed into the hole and you use a sono tube what size will you use for a :
                 4”x 4” post_________
                 6”x 6” post_________
                 4”x 6” post_________
If the post is resting on top of the footer and you use a sono tube what size will you use for a:
                 4”x 4” post_________
                 6”x 6” post_________
                 4”x 6” post_________
If you do not use a sono tube what dia. hole would you use for a:
               4”x 4” post_________
               6”x 6” post_________
               4”x 6” post_________
One of the options is to use a concrete post. With this option you pour concrete into a sono tube up to the
finished height of the ground post. If you use this option what sizes of sono tube will you use and how
much rebar is used for each sono tube size.
                6” dia. up to ______________” above ground and _______ pieces of rebar per tube
                8” dia. up to______________” above ground and _______ pieces of rebar per tube
               10”dia. up to______________” above ground and _______ pieces of rebar per tube


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                                            Deck Stain and Sealer
Size refers to the size of the container (ie. pint, quart, gallon, 5 gallon, litres, etc). Coverage refers to the
square footage that container will cover.
  sku #                      description                    size      Coverage             price        module




In the following chart list any items you use which have not been mentioned in the preceding pages.
   SKU                      Description                Unit     Price   module             Use




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                                             Aprons and Screens
The area between the deck and the ground can be enclosed several ways. First a frame is built, and
lattice is attached to the frame closing in the space. Another way is to attach vertical boards to the frame
similar to placing boards on a board fence. You must determine approximately how much space to leave
between these boards if any. Another option is to place the boards horizontally. Similarly a screen can
be built on the top of the deck to provide privacy. If you are going to use Lattice you can inset the lattice
into the frame or simply fasten it outside in the same fashion as the boards. If you are insetting the lattice
then you will either need a nailer strip (ie: 1x2) or you will use a wood channel prepared for that
purpose. The wood channel is usually 2x4x8‟ with a groove cut in it length ways to accept the lattice.
The sizes of lumber you will use for the Frames (ie: 2-2x4 or 4x4) is set in your Materials Available
options.
The sizes of lumber for the Members are also set in these options.
Fill in any Dimensional or non-Dimensional lumber used for the frames, if Dimensional lumber is used
enter the Wood Type number (which you previously entered) into the wood type column
Sku #                    Description                     wood type            price              module
          1x2x4‟
          1x2x8‟




                                                    Lattice
In the following table list every type and size of lattice you might sell for aprons or screens.
sku #                    description                          size              price            module




                                                       Railings
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There are 8 railing style icons available in the deck design program. While each one represents a style of
handrail, we can sell custom handrails by mixing and matching components. Listed below are each
handrail style as they appear on the monitor from top to bottom, #1 being the top or first choice. In the
“Materials Available” portion under “Store Maintenance” you will be able to switch off any of these
styles you will not use.
The railings are supported by railing posts usually at 4‟ or 8‟ intervals, attached either to the fascia or
inside the perimeter joist using (circle one) 1 or 2 carriage bolts. (A notched post will generally only use
1 bolt), also, indicate what size of bolt is used (either a Sku# or a description)
_________________________

                                                   Rail Posts
In the following table list all the railing posts you sell.
sku #              description                    Size        length           price             module




                                                  Post Caps
In the following table list the various post caps you have available




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                                                  Hand Rails
In the following table list all the hand rails you sell
sku #             description                   Size       length            price              module




We use railing heights  36”  all
                              on              optional
                        42”  all
                              on              optional
                        48”  all
                              on              optional

                                              Balusters - Spindles
In the following table list all the baluster and spindles. Please indicate if a certain option. If the
baluster/spindle is cut from Dimensional Lumber enter a DL in the Type Column otherwise enter a C
into the Column. If you use a shoe component list that also. (see rail style #4 on custom shoes).
sku#                      description                           size              price              Type




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                                                 Rail Styles
There are 9 Rail styles available (Rail Style #9 is a Vinyl Rail option). Check which styles you would
like to use and fill in any necessary options.

Style # 1
#1 uses a horizontal 1x6 standing on edge fastened between the posts flush with the top of the post. The
post is a standard 4x4x4‟ fastened to through the fascia and rim joist with carriage bolts. The rail cap is a
2x6 lying flat along the 1x6 and over the posts, forming a continuous 2x6 hand rail. 2 horizontal 2x4
rails run between the posts. The first being approximately. 6” above the deck, and the second centered in
the remaining space.
we will use this style
we will not use this style

Style #2
#2 uses 2 horizontal 2x4 rails placed on their sides flush with the top of posts and the other 4” above
the decking. Fastened on the outside of the rails are vertical 1x6‟s. The rail cap is once again a 2x6
laying flat on top of the posts and the top 2x4 rail. This style may be modified by substituting custom
hand rail and placing it between the posts. Also post caps can be added. A further change could be to
use a custom post.
we will use this style
we will not use this style
we may use custom handrail with this style
        use only handrail(s) on line(s)
#____________________________________________________
we may use post caps with this style
we may substitute the following lumber sizes for the verticals always
                                                                     as an option
                                                                      1x4
                                                                      1x5
                                                                      _________
We may use custom posts with this style               always
                                                       as an option
         use only post(s) on line(s) #____________________________________________________




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Style # 3
#3 uses a 2x4 rail on its edge between the posts fastened flush with the top of the post. Vertical 2x2 rails
or balusters are fastened between this top rail and the deck. An alternative is to use 2x2 balusters precut
with a beveled end 1 or both ends. These are fastened to the face of the top rail and to the fascia. In a
similar fashion you may use many alternative balusters.
we will use style #3
we will not use this style
we may use custom handrail with this style
        use only handrail(s) on line(s)
#____________________________________________________

we may use post caps with this style
use the 2x2 dimensional lumber as the standard baluster for this style
use the baluster on line #______ as the standard for this style
we may substitute the balusters on line(s)#______________________________ in this style

We may use custom posts with this style               always
                                                       as an option
         use only post(s) on line(s) #____________________________________________________

Style #4
#4 uses a 2x4 rail placed on its side horizontally between the posts on or above the deck. Hand rail
once again is the 2x6 and placed vertically at specific intervals are spindles. This can be modified to use
plain precut 2x2 balusters or one of many spindles. The hand rail can be changed and some will use a
custom shoe component or have the bottom rail slotted to accept the balusters.
we will use style #4
we will not use this style
we may use custom handrail with this style
        use only handrail(s) on line(s)
#____________________________________________________

we may use post caps with this style
use the baluster on line #______ as the standard for this style
we may substitute the balusters on line(s)#______________________________ in this style

we may use custom posts with this style               always
                                                       as an option
         use only post(s) on line(s) #____________________________________________________
use custom shoe with spindles on line(s)#________________________________________________
      always
      as an option


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Style # 5
In # 5 a 2x4 rail is placed on its edge between the posts as a stiffener for the 2x6 rail cap as in previous
styles. Below that are placed 3 evenly spaced 2” wood “pipes” or dowels. They are installed by boring
a matching hole in the rail post 1” deep on the end posts and all way through in the center posts. If you
may use this style fill in the following table. Metal pipe could be substituted, and posts and hand rails
can be varied.

                                                   Pipes
sku #                  description                  dia.          length        wood type       price




we will use style #5
we will not use this style
we may use custom handrail with this style
     use only handrail(s) on line(s)#___________________________________________________

we may use post caps with this style
we may use custom posts with this style               always
                                                       as an option
         use only post(s) on line(s) #____________________________________________________

Style # 6
#6 uses two 2x4 rails between the posts, one flush with the top of the posts and one 4 “ above the deck.
2x2 dimensional lumber in lengths to conform to the required rail height are then placed at the
prescribed intervals vertically between the 2x4‟s. The rail cap is the normal 2x6. Spindles or balusters
may be substituted for the 2x2‟s and hand rail and posts may also be changed.
we will use style #6
we will not use this style
we may use custom handrail with this style
        use only handrail(s) on line(s) #_________________________________________________

we may use post caps with this style
we may substitute the balusters on line(s)#______________________________ in this style
we may substitute the spindles on line(s)#________________________________ in this style
we may use custom posts with this style           always
                                                   as an option use only post(s) on line(s)
#____________________________________________________



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Style #7
#7 uses only one 2x4 rail between the posts about 4” above the deck. Vertical 2x2‟s are used between
this rail and the 2x6 rail cap.
we will use style #7
we will not use this style
we may use custom handrail with this style
         use only handrail(s) on line(s)
#____________________________________________________

we may use post caps with this style
we may use custom posts with this style              always
                                                      as an option
         use only post(s) on line(s) #____________________________________________________

Style #8
#8 uses a 2x6 standing in its edge mounted flush or a little above the top of the posts. Posts are 2x4‟s
and are only used on the corners and at the stairs. 2x2 beveled balusters are screwed onto the fascia and
onto the 2x6 rail. The only modifications to this style are post style.
we will use style #8
we will not use this style




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Style #9
#9 is a Vinyl Rail option. List the necessary parts and their dimensions which would be used for this
style. You will also need to go to the “Basic Design|Vinyl Rail Defaults” option in order to set your
Rail Height, Rail Thickness, Baluster spacing, etc options. Don‟t forget to indicate if you use different
types of Rail Posts (ie: Line, Corner, Stair, etc) and if these parts come in different colours.
sku#                           description                              size          price       colour




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Style #10
#10 uses uses two 2x4 rails placed vertically between the posts, one just below the top of the posts and
one 4 “ above the deck. 2x2 balusters are then placed at the prescribed intervals vertically between the
2x4‟s. A rail cap is also added. Spindles or balusters may be substituted for the 2x2‟s and hand rail and
posts may also be changed
we will use style #10
we will not use this style
we may use custom handrail with this style
       use only handrail(s) on line(s) #__________________________________________________

we may use post caps with this style
we may use custom posts with this style             always
                                                     as an option
         use only post(s) on line(s) #____________________________________________________




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                             Luxwood Fence Products
List any latches, hinges, etc unique to the Fence module
Sku #                                 Description          unit       price




We use _______ hinges per gate
We use _______ latches per gate




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                                             Fence Styles

There the program contains a variety of Fence styles. You can use styles the way they have been set up
or you can modify them to your own preferences. You can also create your own fence Styles
(prototypes). The new Styles that you create can include different headers, rail members, spacing, post
size, etc. To create a Fence Style (Prototype) go to Store Maintenance\Fence Prototype\New then follow
the instructions. Once the basic prototype has been created you can then Edit the options to modify the
style.

In the following table list any items you use which have not been mentioned in the preceding pages.
    SKU                  Description             Unit      Price                     Use




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