years ago, many homes in the northeast had front porches built directly over the basement foundation. the only thing holding back the cold snowy weather and the rain was 1 inch thick tongue and groove pressure treated porch decking that was painted to seal it from the elements and keep the water out.
how do i waterproof/seal my front porch? answer 6. answered. the wood that was used is not treated lumber the porch is over my concrete basement. i need to stop the rain/snow from coming thru the tongue and groove and into my basement. the porch is over my concrete basement. i need to stop the rain/snow from coming thru the tongue and
open the chest on the opposite side of the deck for a trident. walk up the stairs to the ship's bow to find an ogre sword. next, climb up the massive ladder to reach the middle of the mast. the chest here contains a seal bottle, limit bottle, specific, and treat. climb back down and go down the stairs to the ship's lower quarters.
4 steps to waterproof your deck / dougfirflooring.com jan 28, 2015 distinctive, and they're primed for your tongue and groove decking needs. follow these simple steps with altrufir to effectively waterproof a deck. a thick coat of sealant, so it's important to carefully clean your materials.
re: waterproofing porch deck tongue and groove exterior floor and waterproof don't go together really well. never been a big fan of the t and g exterior floor trap. that said, we have done a bunch of them. paint is not an ideal solution. we only paint them if they are screened in and have winter glass panels.
: my question is about waterproofing a porch floor on a two story porch. i rebuilt a two story porch last year on a 120 year-old victoria. i put 3 coats of porch and deck paint on it. the upper porch is leaking to the lower porch. we get a lot of wind, rain and snow here. the floor is 5/4 tongue and groove fir parallel with the house and has a
deck waterproofing solutions. you have to cover the boards with tongue and groove plywood, glued and screwed to the deck. the decking industry uses a lot of durable vinyl flooring which originated in the boating industry to seal the inside deck of a boat. turned out it was also a perfect way to seal wood surface decks. but again, you