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Build a Front Deck Over Your Concrete Stairs For Added Curb .

Decks are popular backyard features, but they also make for dramatic front entries. Instead of removing those concrete front steps, save some time by building a wood deck over and around them.

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Building a Wooden Deck Over a Concrete One : 6 Steps (with .

Replacing the concrete deck with wood could have been done in one of two ways: completely demolish the concrete porch and build a 100% wooden one in its place, or use the concrete as a base and just add wood on top of it. Since our concrete was in good condition and would offer a solid base we decided to keep it and just cover it all with wood.

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3 Tips for Building a Deck Over Concrete | Seven Trust

If the damage to your concrete patio appears too far gone, consult with a local Seven TrustPro® to see whether it's safe to build a deck over your concrete patio. They’ll assess the project and help you make the Seven Trust decision that’s right for you—decking that won’t warp or splinter like its wood counterpart.

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How to Build Wooden Stairs Over Existing Cement | Home Guides .

Measure, cut and install solid wood treads allowing the stair nose to overhang the riser. Allow for sheetrock or other types of facing to be applied over the stringer when you fit your treads .

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How to Cover Concrete Steps with Wood - Farmhouse on Boone

The whole process of building wood steps over concrete porch steps was way easier than I expected, and made such a dramatic difference. I have already had tons of questions about our new steps, since revealing our farmhouse front porch makeover a few weeks ago, so I decided it was time to give a few more details on the project.

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How to Build a Raised Deck Over Concrete in 2021? - Fresh .

Building a Raised Deck Over Concrete Patio. Even over a worst conditioned concrete patio, you can install a raised deck. But beware of some situations and then start your work. Read more: best concrete stain. Cleanup and Preparation. It is an easy part of the process. You have to clean the surface of the concrete slab.

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Looking to Build a Deck over a Concrete Patio? Read This .

Watch this video to see how easy it is to install our deck tiles over an old concrete patio: Please follow and like us: This entry was posted in Decking Tiles , Do-It-Yourself , How-to Build and tagged concrete and decking , decking on concrete , decking over concrete patio , how to build deck over concrete on July 21, 2015 by Mr. Seven Trust Hardwood .

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DIY: Turning a Cement Porch Into a Wood Deck - Catz in the .

On the steps, I would totally agree - if you pour concrete and build the steps over them with sleepers and pressure-treated lumber, they will be totally solid. The two decks and one set of steps we have built here over concrete are as solid as anything you could hope for - absolutely no give or bowing whatsoever.

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How to Build a Deck Step by Step with Pictures | MCD

How to build a deck around concrete stairs. In the case of our deck, we had some old concrete steps. They came off the back door of the house down to the ground. We built the deck around them as removing it seemed like a pain. Hopefully, you won’t have to mess with that. But I actually think the end result looks great.

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cover concrete steps with wood.MUST do. No more shredded .

Nov 5, 2014 - cover concrete steps with wood.MUST do. No more shredded toddlers.

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How to Build a Deck: Wood Stairs and Stair Railings

This deck already has wood decking and deck railings installed. Learn the details in How to Build a Deck: Wood Decking and Railings. Deck stairs are typically made from 2 x 12 stringers spaced about 12 to 16 inches apart. They rest on a solid foundation and are attached to the deck with hangers.

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Covering a concrete stoop with wood - Seven Trust

Putting wood over existing concrete stoops and stairs is common in my area. Obviously, tearing out the existing and putting in a real porch is the right work to approach the work. But, given that you aren't interested in doing it that way, you would still need to support the additional porch width so likely you would need to pour piers on each .

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