Mastering Deck Installations with the Camo Lever: Build your deck up to 5x faster!

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Mastering Deck Installations with the Camo Lever: Build your deck up to 5x faster!

Welcome to our blog, where we’re about to expose a revolutionary and helpful tool that will transform the way you approach deck installations. Whether you’re working with premium hardwoods like Ipe, Cumaru, Garapa, Jatoba, and Tigerwood, or working with a large variety of wood-alternatives such as composite and plastic decking, the Camo Lever is here to help you and show you an easy way to build your deck. Build a better deck by yourself with Camo Lever, the one-turn tool that locks-in rows of boards and clips and straightens warped boards.

First of all, let’s understand the purpose and features of the Camo Lever. CAMO is here to provide the best experience in deck fastening installation for hardworking folks who take pride in their work and value their wallet.The Camo Lever is a game-changing tool designed to simplify the installation of decking boards and clips. Whether you’re dealing with exotic hardwoods like Ipe or composite materials, this tool is a versatile solution that guarantees efficiency, precision, and ease.

The primary goal of the Camo Lever is to securely lock rows of boards and clips in place. This applies to a range of decking materials, from exotic hardwoods, domestic woods or the durable composite options. The tool’s multi-directional lever ensures a snug fit from all angles, making the installation process seamless and stress-free.

One of the most frustrating challenges in deck installations is dealing with warped boards. However, the Camo Lever rises to the occasion. Whether you’re working with Garapa or Jatoba, this tool’s strength is more than sufficient to straighten any stubbornly curved board, leaving you with a polished and even deck surface. LEVER adjusts to wood and metal joists 1-1⁄2–3 in. wide and works with any board at any angle.No crew, no problem, LEVER straightens warped boards and locks boards in place, freeing you up to fasten.

No matter which material you choose for your deck—be it Ipe, Cumaru, or even wood-alternatives like composite or plastic decking—the Camo Lever’s adjustability ensures that it can adapt to the demands of single, double, and steel joists. This flexibility translates to enhanced versatility across different job sites and projects.

The Camo Lever’s multi-directional lever mechanism is a standout feature, allowing you to lock in your boards and clips with a single turn. This feature caters to the diverse range of materials you might be using, whether it’s the natural elegance of Ipe or the convenience of composite decking.

For the ultimate installation experience, consider using 2 to 4 Camo Levers simultaneously. This approach enhances stability and accuracy during the installation process, whether you’re working with Cumaru or Tigerwood. Ensuring a solid foundation from the get-go contributes to the longevity of your deck.

 

Here is an step-by-step Guide of how to use  the Camo Lever

 

  1. Setup:Begin by preparing your workspace, ensuring your chosen decking material, whether it’s Ipe or plastic decking, is ready to go.
  2. Attach the Camo Lever: Secure the Camo Lever onto the first row of boards and clips, ensuring a snug fit.
  3. Lock-In Boards: Utilize the multi-directional lever to lock in your boards and clips. This step is crucial, regardless of whether you’re working with Jatoba or composite decking.
  4. Repeat the Process:  For larger projects, deploy multiple Camo Levers across various rows, maintaining stability and speed throughout.
  5. Incorporate Clip DRIVE: Streamline the fastening process using the Clip DRIVE tool, ideal for composite and plastic decking.
  6. Regular Checks and Adjustments: Periodically assess alignment and make adjustments as needed to achieve a consistent layout.

Remember, CAMO LEVER help you build better! 

The Camo Lever is a game-changer, revolutionizing the way you approach deck installations, whether you’re using premium hardwoods like Ipe, Cumaru, Garapa, Jatoba, and Tigerwood, or exploring the realm of wood-alternatives such as composite and plastic decking. It’s the ultimate tool for ensuring efficiency, precision, and durability in your projects. Say goodbye to warped boards and labor-intensive installations – with the Camo Lever, your deck-building journey will never be the same again.

The CAMO Lever is made and manufactured in the US. If you want to acquire this tool, you just need to contact an authorized Camo Lever distributor. You can reach out to Brazilian Lumber and place your order. 

Email Sales@brazilianlumber.com

Phone (877) 373-1522