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Exterior elevated deck constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using standard 12”, 16" or 24" O.C. joist layout overlaid a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw¹, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf³.

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Exterior elevated deck constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using standard 12”, 16" or 24" O.C. joist layout overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw¹, surfaced with 16”x16” thin gauge porcelain tile, contact-sheet bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf³.

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Exterior elevated deck constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally built with heavy sloped concrete spans, but here using standard level framing with 12” or 16" O.C. joist layout² overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw³, surfaced with paver¹ grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

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A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

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A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

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A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

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A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with 16”x16” thin gauge porcelain tile, contact-sheet bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

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A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with 16”x16” thin gauge porcelain tile, contact-sheet bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

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A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with 16”x16” thin gauge porcelain tile, contact-sheet bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

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A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with 16”x16” thin gauge porcelain tile, contact-sheet bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

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A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver² grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight¹.

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A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver² grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight¹.

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Timber framed deck, dock or access promenades constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 2 1/2” minimum width framing member overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw, as a walkable surface without finish or over-coated with compatible colored finishes and/or grit texture.

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Timber framed deck, dock or access promenades constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 2 1/2” minimum width framing member overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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Timber framed deck, dock or access promenades constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 2 1/2” minimum width framing² member overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw, surfaced with paver¹ grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

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An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver² grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight¹.

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An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver² grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight¹.

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An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver² grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight¹.

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A high-wind¹ interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, supported by 1"H adjustable support plate with 1/2" micro adjustment, glue-bonded to waterproofing/bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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An elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with build up layers but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with a mixed media landscape, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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An elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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An elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

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A high-wind² elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported 1⁄2" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, glue- bonded to waterproofing/bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded³ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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Fully supported joist framing over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting, or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, overlaid with framing, normally blocked over the bearing surface but here supported by floating¹ 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, spaced as required to support decking material by others.

Fully supported joist framing over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting, or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, overlaid with framing, normally blocked over the bearing surface but here supported by floating¹ 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, spaced as required to support decking material by others.

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Fully supported joist framing over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting, or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, overlaid with framing, normally blocked over the bearing surface but here pedestal² supported¹ ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, spaced as required to support decking material by others.

Fully supported joist framing over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting, or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, overlaid with framing, normally blocked over the bearing surface but here pedestal² supported¹ ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, spaced as required to support decking material by others.

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A traditional tab¹ spaced architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16"), without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers.

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A traditional tab¹ spaced architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, pedestal supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers.

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An interlocking architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, floating over the bearing surface supported and pin locked by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16"), without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers glue-bonded to interlocking plate.

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An interlocking architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, pin locked onto pedestal² supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers glue-bonded to interlocking plate.

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An interlocking architectural slab paver as an elevated deck or rooftop superstructure, typically on pedestals but here, placed over 4x or 2x framing² with plates secured to framing, surfaced with span pavers¹ glue-bonded to interlocking plate.

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An interlocked rooftop deck requiring access or removable panels, typically on pedestals but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 4x or 2x framing² or a superstructure overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with a supporting pin plate, screwed to framing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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An interlocked rooftop deck requiring access or removable panels, typically on pedestals but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 4x or 2x framing¹ or a superstructure overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with a supporting pin plate, screwed to framing, surfaced with paver grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

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A high-wind¹ interlocked rooftop deck requiring access or removable panels, typically on pedestals but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 4x or 2x framing or a superstructure overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with a supporting pin plate, screwed to framing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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Exterior elevated deck constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using standard 12”, 16" or 24" O.C. joist layout overlaid a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw¹, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf³.

Exterior elevated deck constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using standard 12”, 16" or 24" O.C. joist layout overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw¹, surfaced with 16”x16” thin gauge porcelain tile, contact-sheet bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf³.

Exterior elevated deck constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally built with heavy sloped concrete spans, but here using standard level framing with 12” or 16" O.C. joist layout² overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw³, surfaced with paver¹ grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with 16”x16” thin gauge porcelain tile, contact-sheet bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver² grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight¹.

Timber framed deck, dock or access promenades constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 2 1/2” minimum width framing member overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw, as a walkable surface without finish or over-coated with compatible colored finishes and/or grit texture.

Timber framed deck, dock or access promenades constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 2 1/2” minimum width framing member overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

Timber framed deck, dock or access promenades constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 2 1/2” minimum width framing² member overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw, surfaced with paver¹ grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver² grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight¹.

A high-wind¹ interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, supported by 1"H adjustable support plate with 1/2" micro adjustment, glue-bonded to waterproofing/bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

An elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with build up layers but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with a mixed media landscape, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf

An elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

An elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

A high-wind² elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported 1⁄2" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, glue- bonded to waterproofing/bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded³ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

Fully supported joist framing over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting, or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, overlaid with framing, normally blocked over the bearing surface but here supported by floating¹ 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, spaced as required to support decking material by others.

Fully supported joist framing over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting, or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, overlaid with framing, normally blocked over the bearing surface but here pedestal² supported¹ ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, spaced as required to support decking material by others.

A traditional tab¹ spaced architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16"), without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers.

A traditional tab¹ spaced architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, pedestal supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers.

An interlocking architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, floating over the bearing surface supported and pin locked by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16"), without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers glue-bonded to interlocking plate.

An interlocking architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, pin locked onto pedestal² supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers glue-bonded to interlocking plate.

An interlocking architectural slab paver as an elevated deck or rooftop superstructure, typically on pedestals but here, placed over 4x or 2x framing² with plates secured to framing, surfaced with span pavers¹ glue-bonded to interlocking plate.

An interlocked rooftop deck requiring access or removable panels, typically on pedestals but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 4x or 2x framing² or a superstructure overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with a supporting pin plate, screwed to framing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

An interlocked rooftop deck requiring access or removable panels, typically on pedestals but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 4x or 2x framing¹ or a superstructure overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with a supporting pin plate, screwed to framing, surfaced with paver grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

A high-wind¹ interlocked rooftop deck requiring access or removable panels, typically on pedestals but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 4x or 2x framing or a superstructure overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with a supporting pin plate, screwed to framing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

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Standard Test Method for Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position.

5.1 Tests made on a material under conditions herein prescribed are of value in comparing the rate of burning or extent and time of burning characteristics, or both, of different materials, in controlling manufacturing processes, or as a measure of deterioration or change in these burning characteristics prior to or during use. Correlation with flammability under actual use conditions is not implied.

Standard Test Method for Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position.

5.1 Tests made on a material under conditions herein prescribed are of value in comparing the rate of burning or extent and time of burning characteristics, or both, of different materials, in controlling manufacturing processes, or as a measure of deterioration or change in these burning characteristics prior to or during use. Correlation with flammability under actual use conditions is not implied.

Standard Test Method for Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position.

5.1 Tests made on a material under conditions herein prescribed are of value in comparing the rate of burning or extent and time of burning characteristics, or both, of different materials, in controlling manufacturing processes, or as a measure of deterioration or change in these burning characteristics prior to or during use. Correlation with flammability under actual use conditions is not implied.

Standard Test Method for Determining Ignition Temperatures of Plastic; Spontaneous (Self) Ignition temperature only.

4.1 Tests made under conditions herein prescribed can be of considerable value in comparing the relative ignition characteristics of different materials. Values obtained represent the lowest ambient air temperature that will cause ignition of the material under the conditions of this test. Test values are expected to rank materials according to ignition susceptibility under actual use conditions.

Standard Test Method for Determining Ignition Temperatures of Plastic; Spontaneous (Self) Ignition temperature only.

4.1 Tests made under conditions herein prescribed can be of considerable value in comparing the relative ignition characteristics of different materials. Values obtained represent the lowest ambient air temperature that will cause ignition of the material under the conditions of this test. Test values are expected to rank materials according to ignition susceptibility under actual use conditions.

Standard Test Method for Determining Ignition Temperatures of Plastic; Spontaneous (Self) Ignition temperature only.

4.1 Tests made under conditions herein prescribed can be of considerable value in comparing the relative ignition characteristics of different materials. Values obtained represent the lowest ambient air temperature that will cause ignition of the material under the conditions of this test. Test values are expected to rank materials according to ignition susceptibility under actual use conditions.

Standard Test Methods of Conducting Strength Tests of Panels for Building Construction.

8.1 The procedures described are those that will test the behavior of segments of wall construction under conditions representative of those encountered in service. Performance criteria based on data from those procedures can ensure structural adequacy and service life.

Standard Method of Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.

4.1 This test method is intended to provide only comparative measurements of surface flame spread and smoke density measurements with that of select grade red oak and fiber-cement board surfaces under the specific fire exposure conditions described herein.