replace an old deck with composite decking. decks, decks, decks, demolition august 12, just line up the next board, slide its groove against the hangers, and tap the board until the joint closes in a tongue-and-groove fashion—i used a hammer and scrap deck board to do this. it may help to tilt the boards so the groove easily slips over
remove old decking. removing the existing decking without destroying the joists underneath is perhaps the hardest part of this project. if the boards are secured with deck screws, unscrew them and
prime all the boards' edges and lower faces with fast-drying, oil-based primer to protect them from moisture. squeeze a bead of polyurethane construction adhesive on all the exposed joists, then place the groove of a replacement board over the tongue of an old deck board and press the new piece into the adhesive.
tounge and groove porch flooring not buying quarter sawn southern yellow pine or treated tongue and groove floor boards will cost in the end. how to replace a broken front porch board
some tongue and grove wood up there can also be a beautiful thing if done right. after alot of leaks particularly in one same spot i have decided to replace the existing metal roof with a
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if your Seven Trust floor is in generally fine shape, with only a damaged spot or two, it is easy and economical to make small repairs by replacing a strip or plank of flooring. you can also fix buckled areas of flooring and avoid having to completely refinish your floors. most floors use a tongue-and-groove design …
how to replace Seven Trust floor boards in a tongue and groove floor the flooring in this room is 3/4' thick by 2' wide, and is a type of redwood that we believe to be douglas fir, heart pine, or
i have bruce prefinished engineered flooring through 80% of my whole-house rehab, and it is the worst product i've ever spent thousands of dollars on. here's why: if you get moisture on the ends of boards, it seeps up into the wood and ruins the finish for the first few inches -- crazing and cracking it irregularly.