We pay very close attention to spacing and form. Wherever possible we use a perimeter board to hide any end grain.
 This 45 degree corner on a deck bench uses a herring bone pattern instead of a miter cut. We took care to countersink all of our screws and fill them with plugs.
 This railing corner uses a lap joint instead of a mitre joint. With a season or two of weather mitres will inevitably open up and look awful. The lap joint is stronger and will continue to look good for years.
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 This boardwalk corner got a herring bone treatment.
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