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Dan David

03:11AM | 11/04/03
Member Since: 11/03/03
1 lifetime posts
I would like to build a second-story deck that lets lots of light through to the area below it. Laminated glass would be too slippery. Is there any other translucent material that can be used for decking?

Altereagle

05:41PM | 11/07/03
Member Since: 12/27/02
543 lifetime posts
Perhaps textured acrylic? I haven't tried it but it may be a solution... it's a good idea I may use it someday. The thing would be to figure out the 40 lb per square foot (in our area) to the thickness & size of the sheet. I know I've seen some acrylic stock in the HDepot but I don't recall if you can get it over a 1/2 or not? I'm sure someone online makes it though, let me know how you make out.. it's an interesting idea.

BV014619

04:36AM | 09/02/17
I'm looking into GlobalGrid translucent panels, by FRP Resources.
Nothing to report. Haven't been able to find any reviews for residential use, but there seems to be a lot of interest (i.e., people looking for a solution for deck above/sunroom below design.
I've sent a query, but odds of my returning here to report are about zero. Here's the link:
http://www.globalgriddecking.com/index.html


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