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WeatherShield 1-5/32 in. x 6 in. x 16 ft. Pressure-Treated Thick-Deck Decking Board
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1-5/32 in. x 6 in. x 16 ft. Pressure-Treated Thick-Deck Decking Board

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This extra-thick decking is designed to enhance the beauty and durability of your deck or outdoor project. Its weather-beating durability offers everything you demand from treated wood. Additionally, it's protected against rot and termite attack. While naturally attractive, it may be painted, stained or sealed after installation.

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  • Made of southern yellow pine
  • For use in above ground applications
  • Backed by a lifetime limited warranty against termite infestation and rot
  • 1-5/32 in. x 6 in. x 16 ft.
  • Uniform thickness, density and appearance for stable and long lasting performance

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1-5/32 in. x 6 in. x 16 ft. Pressure-Treated Thick-Deck Decking Board
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Do these 1 5/32" boards have rounded edges like the heavier 5/4 boards do?

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Actually these are thicker than normal 5/4 boards. The 5/4 is the nominal thickness. The nominal measurements are a board's size before it has been planed smooth (surfaced) on all 4 sides. The actual thickness of a 5/4 board is 1". This is similar in all dimensional lumber. That is why a 2x4 actually measures 1.5" x 3.5".
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I'll answer my own question, YES. I bought these since they were so much cheaper than the standard 5/4" deck boards. They are 3/32" thinner than 5/4 (not noticeable, still very sturdy) and about half the price, and yes they have rounded edges just like 5/4 board.
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I currently have 2x6 on my deck I would like to replace with 1 5/32 boards. currently 16" o.c. Laying board straight.

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Hello weekender,
You did not ask a questions but if you want to know if 16" joist is okay for using the 1 5/32 deck boards, that would be fine. If you use a diagonal pattern you would want to have 12" on center joist boards.
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Charlotte
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1-5/32 in. x 6 in. x 16 ft. Pressure-Treated Thick-Deck Decking Board is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A VERY worthy substitute for paying for the more expensive 5/4 board I was leery of going cheaper and thinner by buying 1 5/32" instead of the more popular (but much more expensive) 5/4 boards. However, the cost difference made my mind up, and I'm very happy I chose these. In reality these are only 3/32" thinner than 5/4 board (which is nothing), they are still very sturdy and have the nice rounded edges like 5/4. My deck is 16'x22' which is 352 sq ft. That's a difference between $425 for these 16' boards or $797 ($372 more) for the 5/4. To me the choice was obvious. The Home Depot worker who helped me load these said the premium ("prime") boards go toward the 5/4 board, so these 1 5/32 ones tend to have more knots. That may be true but it wasn't that noticeable, I was looking at the stacks of each there in the store and failed to see much difference to be honest. You just have to be selective and only pick good ones with minimal knots and no cracks, like you would logically do anyway. I highly recommend these. See my pic, and you can see that these boards look great. No boards are knot-free anyway. One thing I would recommend is using 16" o.c. joist spacing, not 24". I would do that even with 5/4 but definitely with these just to have a properly sturdy deck...just my two cents there.
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