porcelain pavers 2cm finally an alternative to heavy concrete pavers for patios, pool decks, balconies and roof decks utilizing hard wearing durable porcelain stonewear. porcelain as you may know is impervious to water and resists fading, cracking, or general wear and tear even in commercial environments.
builddeck floor and roof decking system. builddeck is perfect for site-cast or precast concrete floors, roofs, decks, and walls for commercial, industrial and residential uses. builddeck provides structural integrity through reinforced concrete while providing comfort and sound mitigation through superior eps insulation.
this rooftop deck may be tiny but it packs in the most privacy and the best views. the homeowner can easily sunbathe, dine, nap or read on the deck without a single distraction or interruption. an alternative to cold concrete floors, soft wooden planks make this rooftop deck even more warm and enjoyable.
dektek tiles are lightweight concrete pavers that provide an upscale alternative to standard decking materials. weighing only 12 lbs per square foot, they are specially designed for elevated and
lounge area: the most common use for a rooftop deck is a lounge space. if this is the type of design youre after, be sure to include plenty of comfy seating options, plus plush accessories like throw pillows and blankets. in this case, a focal point like an eye-catching table or fireplace will help round out your design.
interlocking the concrete and the steel deck. by interlocking the steel deck and the concrete slab, the deck became the positive moment reinforcement in the reinforced concrete slab. in addition, the deck also acted as the formwork for the concrete. the resulting combined section steel roof deckand floor deck 2 how to series
a concrete patio was designed by leveco architects of south africa with a cover made from isopine, which is a composite polystyrene material. like many modern homes, the concrete flooring is at the same level as indoors, creating a seamless transition to the yard.
there are simpler ways to support your deck. it's the hardest part of building a deck. in some cases, depending on the height of a deck, you will have to connect it to the ledger of the home. which means you must install proper concrete footing foundations that go below the frost line, so the deck doesn't move independently in relation to the home.
gravel may not be the first material that comes to mind for creating a patio, but gravel is available in a wide variety of textures and colors and is an affordable alternative to concrete. gravel can be used alone, contained in a wooden frame to prevent the pebbles from migrating to other areas of the yard or used in conjunction with a variety of materials for a personal and creative patio design.
his low-cost, easy-to-build system catches the water that drips through the deck boards and redirects it to the outside of the deck. now rune can use the area under the deck as a covered patio, where he can enjoy warm summer rainstorms without getting wet.
floor deck forms for a concrete roof. the concrete roof is appealing idea but we advise caution. the sun will heat the slab all day and then re-radiate the heat into your house 24/7.
the owners of this cozy 800-square-foot rooftop used reclaimed bluestone pavers, seven trust wood decking and low-maintenance native plants including grasses, climbing vines, black-eyed susan and echinacea to create their new york city hideaway, says andrew franz of andrew franz architect.
the basics start with a good foundation so this article will show you several alternatives to porch and deck footings. porch and deck footings anyone that has used one of these post hole diggers for digging holes for porch, deck or pier footings can tell you that its a miserable experience.
nov 14, 2017 - explore alex13utel's board 'pedestal' on pinterest. see more ideas about building a deck, roof deck and rooftop deck.
rooftop decking attaches to treated wood sleepers separated from the roofing by strips of epdm. its best to build the wooden deck in removable sections for cleaning and maintenance of the rubber roof, and repair of the membrane if ever needed. a properly constructed epdm roof should last 40 or more years.
concrete. around the deck's perimeter, the open edges need to be formed up to the concrete thickness specified by the engineertypically 4 inches for most of our projects. we nail or screw our concrete forms into wood packing that we've bolted through holes punched in the i-beam webs 2 feet on-center.