prebuilt decks

Is there any place I can go to buy a prebuilt 10X10 wood deck? Appreciate any ideas. TIA
HC
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On Wed, 13 Aug 2003 19:52:26 -0400, "Happy Camper"

    Lots of places. You don't want one. They are harder to errect than cutting the lumber yourself.
    The problem is that lumber is not exact. It bows. It warps. In other ways it gets itself out of shape. When cutting the boards, you can often make adjustments for this sort of thing. When the board is precut, you can't.
        Good luck.
            Peter
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On Wed, 13 Aug 2003 19:52:26 -0400, "Happy Camper"

84 Lumber has an assortment of deck kits in their weekly newspaper inserts. Lowes has a form on their web site where you fill in the numbers and it prints out a bill of materials for you to take to the store. But it you want it assembled, you'll probably have to hire a contractor.
Bob McConnell N2SPP
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"Precut" is a stretch on terms. Lowes and Home Depot in our area have precut "standard" length boards that "could" be used in a deck. I have never seen a precut deck package at either.
Building a deck with "deck blocks" and 2x6's is not rocket science.
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I checked with Home Depot and they swore they had no such thing. Will check ot Lowes next. Might just go with a slate patio anyway.
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