Installing Deck Flooring on a Cement Patio My husband Harrison and I have wanted to change out our patio floor since the day we bought the house. Ripping up concrete and building a deck seemed like a daunting and expensive task, so when we saw NewTechWood Deck-A-Floor , we thought it would be absolutely perfect for our space.
When used with a sleeper system, Fiberon composite decking is approved for installation with 1 ½” of clearance from the bottom of the deck board to the pad/concrete surface – meaning you can now install Fiberon deck boards almost anywhere.
Whip a basic concrete pad into shape for summer entertaining. Add curves to the edges, and create zones for dining, lounging, and gardening. ... Slab-to-Fab Patio Makeover. Whip a basic concrete pad into shape for summer entertaining. Add curves to the edges, and create zones for dining, lounging, and gardening. ... You can build it in less ...
I am going to build a deck over my concrete patio. After reading many blogs I have found that a floating deck is the best choice for me. My patio is 3 concrete steps (which I will be covering with PT wood) down from my back door. My Bilco bulkhead door is 8 inches above patio level.
Hello everyone, I want to deck over our existing patio by laying the foundation joists over the patio. However, after browsing around on the net it looks like I might have to lift the patio and concrete posts in to support the foundation joists.
Could a wood deck be built over the patio? A-The usual way to build a deck over a patio is to attach wood sleepers or strips to the surface of the concrete to serve as a fastening structure for the decking. Pressure-treated wood, redwood or cedar should be used for all parts of the deck.
Installing wood deck over concrete patio. Discussion in 'Misc DIY' started by firstname.lastname@example.org, May 15, 2007. Guest. My husband and I are wondering if it is possible to install a wood deck over a regular concrete covered patio (north facing, so almost no sunlight hits it - just a little in the morning). There is one thin
Solid Block it at 7' to 8' just as a normal deck too.. basically typical construction except it's on the concrete just like a house plate. Vent it as well as well as you possibly can, and try to frame it parallel to the water flow.
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Replacing the concrete deck with wood could have been done in one of two ways: completely demolish the concrete porch and build a 100% wooden one in its place, or use the concrete as a base and just add wood on top of it. Since our concrete was in good condition and would offer a solid base we decided to keep it and just cover it all with wood.
Attach the wood-composite decking to the top of the concrete stoop using the same masonry anchors. 10. Conceal each anchor in decking with a plug cut from a composite decking board.
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You can rent a concrete saw & cut out to 1' then dig out to the 2' and use a 12" sona tube for the 8" above the existing deck. ... Deck over existing patio I am about to build a 16 x 12 deck ...
Good evening, I have a job coming up in July that I'm building a deck over an existing concrete patio. The client has concerns over cleaning under the deck.
An old, cracked, partially sunken concrete patio can be an eyesore if not a safety hazard. Demolishing it and replacing it with new poured concrete is an economical but extremely labor-intensive process. Instead, consider covering your aging concrete patio with decking.
I am laying 24×24 deck tiles over my old concrete patio. I want to put the tiles down so they are level with the step out the door to the patio. This will require placing 2×6’s flat on the concrete to elevate the tiles and place the tiles on that.
Figure A: Concrete Deck Over a Patio. Sleepers screwed to the concrete allow you to screw on decking. Spacers and flashing tape protect sleepers from moisture and rot. Fascia boards hide exposed edges for a neater look. For a, printable version of Figure A, see Additional Information, below. Step-by-Step•Perfect Patio Combo•Raising Patio PaversDIY Steps for Building a Deck Over a Patio Slab: The Low ...
If your new deck will extend beyond the existing patio, lay out the pier blocks as needed. Bridge from the concrete slab to the first pier block with a pressure-treated joist board of standard width—the joist extension board.