How would you like to put down your own slate patio without lugging around all that slate? would have to hire a contractor to pour a concrete slab, then mix up some more concrete, set each
Electrical voltage can often travel through steel support rods built into concrete floors or walls. car ports, covered by open garages, covered patio, picnic shelters, beach shacks/pavilions
8 Comments on “Improving the Look of a Concrete Porch Floor” and 90°F in the Summer. The porcelain I picked is rated for outdoor use, but I’m not sure what I need to do to put it down and not have it come back up. or at (800) 946-4420. While we can't answer them all, we may use your question on our Today's Homeowner radio or TV
Covering a concrete porch with wood provides a warmer, cozier feel. It is also a good way to cover up peeling paint, slight chipping and discolored concrete. Whatever your reasons, adding a wood floor to your concrete porch is a fairly simple operation. The two most common wood flooring choices
Learn how to give new life to a porch with easy-to-install flooring. How to Stamp a Concrete Porch Floor Rock Solid hosts Derek Stearns and Dean Marsico show how to use overlay and a pattern stamp to rework a cracked and peeling concrete porch floor.
Here's an easy way to lay deck flooring on your cement slab patio in just one day. It dresses up an otherwise drab patio, and it's so nice for bare feet! How to Lay Deck Flooring on a Concrete Patio. Article Posted By: Courtney Clymer. of Lifestyled Atlanta. Share article with: Print. He went to town with the saw and cut the boards down
Porch flooring options Below is a mortared down brick floor with a concrete slab underneath. You can see the mortar joints between the bricks which are set in a basket weave pattern. However, it can be a great choice for an indoor porch. Once you put it underneath the roof of a porch, it stays nice and fresh if you’re OK with gaps
It's one of 20 houses put up up on the Many of the Solar Decathlon homes used some sort of thermal mass--such as a concrete floor or water-filled wall--to hold onto heat or to help cool the