cedar over concrete

How to cover a concrete deck with real cedar - RealCedar.com

Jul 4, 2016 After this aggregate concrete patio started to crack the homeowner opted to replace it with a beautiful RealCedar deck. About WRCLA The Western Red Cedar Lum 【Get Price】

How to Glue Paneling to Concrete Walls Without Furring Strips

This protects the panel from wicking moisture or water from the floor. Small dollops of hot glue applied to the back of the panel during installation hold the panels in place until the panel adhesive dries. Cut paneling on a stable work surface with a woodcutting saw and blade designed for the material. Always wear protective 【Get Price】

How to Install Capped Composite Decking Over Concrete

Nov 5, 2016 Tired of your old concrete deck or patio? Replace it quickly and easily with a new composite structure. Read the Decknology blog for more helpful tips. 【Get Price】

How to Cover a Concrete Porch With Wood - Pinterest

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. A floating wood deck is a great weekend project. Building a floating patio deck is a great first carpentry project that you can do over the course of one weekend. 【Get Price】

Installing cedar bevel siding over concrete block Pro

I got a referral today that would involve replacing a ton of 8" cedar bevel siding some of which is actually falling off of the wall. Upon investigation, I found that the strapping behind the planks was 5/8" OSB strips, which leaves very little wood to nail to. Given that the replacement going to be kind of. 【Get Price】

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

Oct 1, 2011 These will cost you even more than cedar but will last way longer. Their down side, though, is that they really don't feel like wood (in my opinion). You don't get the same feeling of warmth, the slight creaking, the color, etc. Quantities - this one will depend strictly on what design you choose for the flooring, 【Get Price】

Can someone explain why wood in contact with concrete causes rot

Nick, there are 2 issues, firstly that concrete is semi-permiable so if it is in a wet enviroment it will continualy take on water, secondly even concrete in the dryest environment will continue to release its initial moisture for very many years (concrete actually shrinks quite a bit due to its moisture loss) The best 【Get Price】

Tips for installing wood floor over concrete - Inman

Jun 6, 2012 Use 2-by-6 pressure-treated wood with the 5 1/2-inch side resting on the concrete. Use construction adhesive and concrete nails set with a .22-caliber concrete nail gun. Level the joist with cedar shims treated with a water-resistant sealer. When the joists are set, caulk the edges to prevent water from 【Get Price】