when the deck and ceiling are not parallel
Here is a good video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeOIxx4BqQU
Hi Robie, I hope this helps you install your rope railing. Good luck
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I found this also:
check that pin https://www.pinterest.com/pin/278238083212277576/
I don’t understand what the ceiling not bring parallel means to this question, sorry.
Decks over 24” off of the ground, must follow Building & Safety Codes and rope can’t do these requirements:
Guardrail should be able to take a 200 lb lateral load (as in if someone leans on it)
Guardrail should be 36-42” above the deck, with a balustrade (spindles) spacing that will not let a 4” sphere pass through it (baby’s head).
Hi Robie, Rope railings are very nice, they are not hard to install, but I need a bit more info, like a Pic perhaps of the deck you want to install this railing.
I'm not sure I understand the question. Why does the ceiling need to be parallel?
Follow the line of the deck!
Here's a post that might help - https://www.doityourself.com/stry/installing-rope-deck-railings