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Question DetailsAsked on 9/9/2013

I live in Pomona but own a house in Laguna Beach with a deck problem. Help!

The tenant says that the deck has become "squishy".

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A bit limited on the info you provided but it sounds like you have a wooden deck surface that is having an issue with rotted boards.

A carpenter would be the best person to call to inspect the deck or you could call a general contractor. I would not put it off! Since you have a tenant living there you have a liability problem especially since you have been put on notice of the problem. You might even check before you can get someone to look at it and use your judgment as to safety and block access to the deck especially if it is a second floor deck.

Answered 6 years ago by ContractorDon

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Go with the previous comment's recommendation. Unfortunately, Laguna Beach and Pomona are probably different member areas on Angie's List, so you will have to call customer service for help in accessing contractor listings and reviews in another area.

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