covering an existing concrete porch with wood part 1 i am wondering if i might need to paint the concrete and risers black before i install the porch boards, though. the porch boards will have tiny little spaces between them, and i really dont want concrete and unfinished riser boards to show through. the new wood porch floor is
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seven trust porch floorboard installation instructions parts tools needed note: maximum spacing of porch floorboards using seven trust hideaway system is 16' 40.6 cm on center. installing start clips and first porch floorboard 1. measure 3/8' 1 cm off of edge of ledger board, and install start clip onto ledger board, centered on each joist.
the debate about whether deck boards should be placed 'bark side up' growth rings curving down or 'bark side down' growth rings curving up has raged for years. many people feel that bark side up is always the answer, but this is not accurate. in reality, you can decide which way is best for orienting the boards, whether you're installing a new deck surface or replacing a damaged wood deck
porch flooring installation - part 4 installing the boards and posts in this section part 4 of vintage woodworks porch flooring video series, tongue and groove porch decking is installed square to the house for a professional look.
this part of the deck project shows you how to install wood decking and railings. along the end joists, use deck screws to attach extra bracing between the end joists and floor joists to mount the anchors. cut the bracing from the same 2 x lumber you used for the joists 2 x 8 lumber for this deck .
tongue and groove porch floor installation. installing a tongue and groove porch floor is completely doable this technologically advanced flooring is highly durable and can withstand many climatic changes. tongue and groove porch flooring looks almost like an indoor floor but with added outdoor resistance. this porch flooring composite is a
ding boards together. when you're hand-nailing a floor, you can't take advantage of the impact that the nailer exerts on the flooring to drive the boards together, and you may need to compensate.
virtually any do-it-yourself deck flooring can be installed over hardwood. by installing outdoor tile over wood deck surfaces, you can give your old wood deck a complete makeover. not only that, but you can actually protect your deck from further damage.
ask the authority: porch floorboards. figure a installation is strhtforward. i blind-nail the floor boards into the joists by driving 8d galvanized finish nails at a 45 degree angle starting at the back of the tongue; to prevent the tongue from splitting i pre-drill every nail hole. the tongue is particularly vulnerable to rot
before they began assembly, they primed each board on all sides with a thinned coat of deck enamelthis primer can either be an oil-based floor paint or an oil-based enamel thinned 10 to 20 percent with mineral spirits, or a water-based enamel thinned to the same proportions with water.
prime all the boards' edges and lower faces with fast-drying, oil-based primer to protect them from moisture. squeeze a bead of polyurethane construction adhesive on all the exposed joists, then place the groove of a replacement board over the tongue of an old deck board and press the new piece into the adhesive.