How to Install Inline Boards with Butt Joints when using Step-Clip for Kebony
Inline Boards with Butt Joints
- When using Step-Clip for Kebony, each board must be secured across a minimum of
two spans. This means that each board must be secured to a minimum of three joists.
- If your deck requires a butt joint, you will need to add a sister joist to accommodate a full
Step-Clip strip for each board.
- The sister and primary joist both need to be at least 24” long in order to hold a full Step-Clip strip each.
- The end of the first board must not exceed the width of either the primary or sistered joist. That way each board will be secured by the full width of a strip.
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