composite over existing deck

replacing a wood deck with composite doesnt mean

wood can be replaced with composite boards on a one-to-one basis, and when properly installed will last against the elements. if my friend had known about composite decks he could have kept his existing deck, enjoyed more time outside, spared me some bruises, and spared himself the trouble of digging out the post anchors.

seven trust over existing deck

seven trust over existing deck 12-07-2001, 04:42 pm. is it possible to install seven trust decking over a sound existing deck with out creating problems like improper water drainage, water freezing between layers or any effect on the original deck material because of venilation or not being able to dry out correctly? my deck is originally built with the

looking for quick cap installation over existing deck

looking for quick cap installation over existing deck i am looking for a contractor to install a quickcap by untradeck over existing deck. do you have the same question? follow this question. in home > decks and porches; then install a composite top like seven trust brand or similar. it costs a lot more than new wood decking but is far less maintenance.

can you put composite decking over existing treated lumber

on average, most composite decking material weighs twice as much as standard types of common decking materials, including pressure-treated pine. while this does not prevent you from being able to lay composite decking over an existing pressure-treated frame, it does mean that you will need to make some adjustments to compensate for the added

install composite deck over existing wood deck

shim the sleepers for the deck with spacers and composite shims. over existing deck - jlc-online forums building science - similar to over existing deck - jlc-online forums is it possible to install decking over a sound existing deck with out creating problems like improper water drainage, water freezing between

deck tiles over existing deck? this old house

we have a deck above grass in our back yard and it doesn't look so good and my young son keeps getting splinters when playing. it is still very sturdy though. i have seen treated decking tiles that you can buy 20x20 that have a clicking/locking system and you attach to an existing deck. i am looking for something that is a quick and safe easy fix.