its not the easiest option, but replacing your wooden deck boards with synthetic decking composite or pvc might be your best investment, in both time and money. in just a few weekends and with basic carpentry tools, you can have a stunning deck that looks brand new and will look great for many years.
stair tread covers are a great idea for repairing old wood deck stairs. why not just cover stair treads that are old and worn out? when you consider all the rain, snow, heat and cold that your deck is subjected to over the years, you have a recipe that will accelerate the aging of any wood stair treads. some very simple ways to repair
my wife and i just had a baby girl,and our deck is in bad condition old wood,splinters etc .therefore we would like to astroturf the deck so baby girl can cl on it in a few short months. my questions are : -do i have to lay a base wood ,water-proof carpet mat etc on top of the old wood before laying the astroturf.? -what would be the best way to secure the astro
covering worn deck boards cover 3: the obvious answer at florida a complicated . in today's cover 3 i'm preoccupied with the developing coaching searches in florida and possibly texas as well as what the latest florida state disaster tells us about that staff and roster.
examining the deck boards. unfortunately, once the paint was stripped off, we learned that the deck boards were in pretty bad condition. a few had termite damage and were removed immediately. the rest were badly worn with large splinters and deep gouges. these boards could not be finished with just a clear coat.
step one // how to spruce up a worn-out deck. choosing a finish. remove furniture and plants, and trim or tie back any branches touching the deck. wet down or cover adjacent foliage and siding, and protect yourself with rubber boots and rain pants. tackle the deck boards last, no more than 200 square feet at a time.
do deck coatings work as claimed? ask question asked 6 years, 8 months ago. active 5 years, 11 months ago. viewed 45k times 5. home improvement stores have been stocking products in the paint section that appear to put a thick coating on the deck boards, giving them the appearance of synthetic decking. too tight spacing of deck boards
i have a customer with a covered deck that she wants to screen in, no problem- except the existing decking is 5/4 treated lumber with the usual 1/4' space between boards. any thoughts on covering decking with treated plywood and outdoor carpet? i don't think she would invest in removing decking and replaceing with t and g decking.