Article about installing tongue-and-groove flooring on a porch. Some people use pressure treated radius-edged decking for porch repairs on old houses, but that material is anything but authentic. . over the edge so far. So I applied a bead of exterior wood glue to the tongue on the second-last piece.
What kind of porch flooring should you use or not use. checking on the ends of the boards. Awful stuff .from the framing, to the installation of the tongue and groove decking.. Read more. Show less Bad paint job (x2) You never use an interior wood for exterior applications. This video is rather pointless;
Ted arrived to find a porch with rotten tongue-and-groove decking, disintegrating steps, falling-off balusters, columns compressed into the floor, and a porches that last is ensuring that parts have good ventilation; here, he accomplishes this by installing vertical shims between the exterior joist and the
If the wood on your porch landing feels spongy, or if a few of the flooring boards have rotted “groove.” These ends are made to work together to hold the flooring down, with the tongue of each flooring piece fitting into the groove of the neighboring piece. Illustration 1 Outdoor treated wood is a good choice, as it will
How to replace weathered, rotting outdoor flooring. (You can spot the tongues and grooves at the ends of the decking along the front edge of the porch.) 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
Q: I need to replace some rotten tongue and groove porch floorboards that were installed only a few years ago. What can I do to ensure that the new ones won't seeping into the cracks between the floorboards. When I have to replace floorboards, I use the best quality exterior grade tongue and groove lumber I can find.