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Install A Deck Drainage System

A deck drainage system will let you enjoy your deck even more!

If you have a raised deck, you have space that could be put to better use. Imagine this area as an outdoor living room, complete with elaborate fireplace, outdoor furnishings or a professional-grade kitchen.

You could even accessorize this spot with ceiling fans, lighting, speakers or other electronics to create an outdoor family room that provides comfort, fun and protection from the elements.

But without the right deck drainage system, this ideal will not be possible. Homeowners who want to create an area to entertain, improve their lifestyle and increase their home’s value are discovering a revolutionary system that is installed above the floor joists. This not only protects the structural integrity of the deck, but also provides a safe and dry environment for electrical wiring, gas lines and soffits.

The RainEscape drainage system can easily be installed by homeowners or builders on any new or existing deck. Using scissors and a staple gun, simply place a downspout at the end of each deck bay, roll out and staple the trough to the top of the joist. The water enters through the decking into the trough, drains to the downspout and then into the gutter.

Backed by a 20-year warranty, RainEscape costs much less than other systems and allows homeowners to enhance their outdoor living without sacrificing space or time.

Article courtesy of RainEscape systems.

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