have an ugly concrete step and porch? try this method to beautify the entrance to your home skip navigation concrete step make over with wood decking working hand. loading
this step takes on greater importance if youre using common grade lumber, as it will rot rather quickly if it remains damp. step no. 3: install the composite deck over concrete. next, you can install your capped composite deck over concrete like you would if were installing the boards on a traditional deck.
use treated wood to allow for any moisture the concrete steps may produce. make sure your concrete stairs are level. concrete or masonry steps are commonly built between a garage that is on
good quality composite decking over a concrete porch is barefoot-friendly and looks like real wood. it also turns a concrete eyesore into a beautiful place to spend time. good quality composite decking over a concrete porch is barefoot-friendly and looks like real wood. do this in two steps: first, place your level perpendicular to the home
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handy magazine explains how to frame a deck using existing concrete stairs. skip navigation concrete step make over with wood decking watch this video before covering concrete stairs with
how to build a deck over an existing patio slab with low clearance. hey, some of you have been ignoring our great deck how-tos because you think you cant build a deck over your patio slab. check this out: my uncle kept bugging me about building a deck in his backyard. i tried to explain to my
how to build a wood deck over a concrete patio by matt brown save; an old, cracked, partially sunken concrete patio can be an eyesore if not a safety hazard. step 1 check the drainage of the concrete patio. fill in any spots where rainwater pools with either self-leveling compound or a concrete topping mix. clean the area thoroughly, mix
covering an existing concrete porch with wood part 1. but you cant just put wood porch/deck boards directly onto concrete. first, you have to attach risers/sleepers to the concrete and then the porch boards can be screwed to the risers. over the 70 years since the concrete porch was poured, the porch has moved and sunk a bit on