Calling All Fiberpros – Earn Up To $1000 for Your Knowledge

Earn up to $1000 for your knowledge

Fiberon is starting a training program in conjunction with the North American Deck and Railing Association (NADRA). The first session will be at JLC Live in Providence, RI covering railing.

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We want to know your top tip or trick for installing Horizon Plus or Inspirations composite railing.

Send us a written description of the tip along with a sketch or photo if appropriate. The top tip or trick as judged by the Fiberon Sales and Marketing team will receive $1,000 applied to their FiberPRO Deck Dollars account. The next 10 will each receive $200 applied to their account.

How To Enter

  1. Be a member of Fiberpro and a Deck Dollars participant
  2. Post your tip one of these places:
    -  In the comment section below
    -  On our Facebook page
    -  Via email to [email protected]
  3. Enter by Sunday, March 13, 2011

Thanks for using Fiberon and sharing your knowledge!


2 Responses to “Calling All Fiberpros – Earn Up To $1000 for Your Knowledge”

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  2. Jack Hanson says:

    What I saw on Face book said you could enter until the 17th so I am assuming that this entry is still good. I am entering my method for installing the squash blocks. To attach the blocks to the bottom of the rail assembly I create a slot in the underside of the rail in the same shape as is used for the daggers above. You need a drill and utility knife to do this. I then insert a dagger into the slot, cut the block, place the block on the dagger and then install the bottom rail in place. This method allows the installer to place the block where ever he wants (i.e. in the middle or under a spindle). The slot can also be placed for the diamond pattern if that is how the spindles are being installed. Because the block is attached to the rail and not the deck it is less likely to be damaged or broken if it or the rail is kicked or pushed. Blocks attached to the deck tend to break when the railing is forcefully moved. This method of block attachment is fast, easy and give the installer a variety of options.

    I will also quickly submit the idea of drilling several weep holes in the bottom of the bottom rail. It doesn’t speed up installation but does give the customer a better product.

    Thank you for your time

    Jack Hanson
    Woodpile Construction