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28 apr 2015 It's quite a drop off there on the manhole side. If it were me, the priority would be to build steps of some kind there--or a railing. anything that is well-drained will not rot. Rot only occurs when something sits in water. You could certainly deck the porch over if you wanted. My pet peeve is people who just stick wood in the ground. The main thing to consider is how you are going to support the deck. The porch is so tall, that you could just anchor it to the sides, so it just
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How to Build a deck over a Concrete patio. Wood patiopatio With PaversHow To Lay Paverspatio SlabsDiy deckpatio deckspatio RoofDiy Concrete SlabPavers over Concrete. Fasten the deck boards to the sleepers on the concrete patio: HELL YES.
21 Jul 2015 Our Ipe, Cumaru, and Tigerwood decking are among the most sought after materials to use in a variety of outdoor applications. One specific application that's asked about often are installations over concrete pads. This situation is common in many pool, patio and porch designs. The concrete gets cracked, stained and pitted and the owners want to cover it with something nice without busting up all the old concrete. Unfortunately, traditional long-length decking boards