concrete, and then fasten the decking to the support joists. be sure to allow a 1/4" gap between the long edges of the deck boards. we recommend shims to level the deck and ensure adequate drainage and ventilation. the shims should allow a .
secure the deck to the house. attach post anchors to the concrete caissons. attach 4x4 posts to the anchors (image 2). attach a center beam to the post hangers and add an end beam (image 3).
concrete base should be at least 10cm thick and have a slight slope we suggest a gradient of 1 in 80 that runs away from the property to allow for the run-off of water that collects under the deck. the wpc joists should be fastened to the concrete base using screws through the joists and plasticplugs in the .
attach the wood-composite decking to the top of the concrete stoop using the same masonry anchors. 10. conceal each anchor in decking with a plug cut from a composite decking board. 11. sweep decking clean of all .
composite decking materials which look like wood but are made of much more weather resistant materials. these will cost you even more than . the concrete in my case is 6" thick, which is enough room to attach to bolts one on top of the other, about 2" apart. if yours is any thinner i'd .
concrete patio. . if you have a crumbling concrete patio that needs replacing, you should consider installing a deck using fiberon® composite decking, available in a range of stunning colors that . use face fasteners (not hidden fasteners) to attach the deck boards to the sleepers.
concrete slab in this condition has to be either broken up and carted away or decked over. . on concrete steps, that's a straightforward job: you can treat them just like the patio, screwing sleepers to the treads and risers and decking over them. . look for the highest hump in the patio and fasten your first sleeper there.