inspired by some responses in another thread, i'd like to do some pr on trump's behalf and ask you if you'd be more supportive of his efforts if he was more honest and we reframed them more
building a sunroom on a deck. by doug (michigan) is it possible to build a 4 season sunroom on a deck that is 9ft off the ground. if so what would the load rating be . what size footings would i need. the room would be 12x16.
however, a very popular and extremely practical choice homeowners and building owners have is to choose a sunroom with deck option. whether you think your existing deck should stay, or you want to add onto the entertainment and living space of your home, the option is excellent for multiple reasons.
build a screened porch on an existing porch, deck, or patio. explore all of your options for screening your existing structure or building one from the ground up. screening a porch has never been easier; add value and appeal to your home whether you diy, use a screen porch kit, or use screen panels.
head back down onto the block and continue left. on the next screen take the bottom log left. head down the stump to the ledge and hop over the ice pillar to the other side. on the next level climb the wall. when you get to the top head left and slide down the middle crevice. hop over to the next screen which is a simple log puzzle.
you can often save substantial money by building a sunroom on your existing deck. however, most decks are not constructed to support the weight of a sunroom's windows, framing, and roof let alone snow if you live in a cold climate. before you contemplate building a sunroom on your deck, you need to ensure it can support the new structure:
a stick-build sunroom won’t work well on a deck that requires extra materials to make it strong enough to support all the added weight. project without having to build an existing wood