waterproof storage under deck

As a deck builder in the Pacific Northwest, I often get requests to waterproof second-story decks to make the space below useful for leisure or storage. . To install this system under an existing deck, cut the membrane pieces with a shallower droop, no more than 4 inches, and staple the membrane to the 

1. Waterproofing. "Water will run through the deck when it rains so the least you'll need to do is create a roof. You can do this by attaching roof sheeting from underneath straight onto the decking joists. Make sure the water can run off and not flood the storage area. If the area also needs sides, build it using suitable materials 

Convert the space under a second-story deck into a dry, spacious patio by installing this simple, under-the-deck roof and gutter system. One option is to cover the deck boards with a watertight membrane. DeckRite makes a deck floor covering that has the added advantage of creating a dry space below the deck. For more 

Creating dry storage means providing a waterproof barrier between the decking boards and the space below. Our under deck storage solutions use a simple, sloped drainage system to keep any runoff at bay. Then we incorporate clapboard, lattice, or plank siding to enclose your new under deck storage area so it 

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