The roof extension is usually the case where the second floor extends over the deck area. That said it’s not always the case. Either way a roof extension is a great way to cover a deck but often it’s darker than a pergola awning or pavilion because there are usually 2 solid walls and sometimes 3.
Under Deck Storage SolutionsWet Storage vs. Dry StorageOther Under-Deck Storage SolutionsScreening Storage SpaceWhat is the minimum deck height for the area to be converted to under deck storage? The answer would be at least 30”. If the deck reaches the minimum height then it is perfect for an under deck storage conversion. After answering that question the next question to ask is if you need a dry or a wet storage area. Under-deck storage solutio…
26/11/2014 3) Build a Shed Under the Deck The space between deck boards serves a purpose—drainage. It prevents puddles from forming on the deck floor by allowing the water to drain down through the slats. In order to build a waterproof shed area under the deck install a waterproofing membrane within the joist spaces and near downspouts.
01/07/2021 The gray stain on this deck offers you with a unique look on your deck and the whole backyard. To gain this deck color you need to choose solid color stain. This type of stain gives full coverage to the wood planks. However if you choose solid color stain you will not be able to see the natural grain of the wood.
It is not necessary to stain the underside of your deck for protection from the elements especially if you use pressure-treated wood which helps keep wood-boring insects out. However depending on your situation you may choose to stain the underside of your deck for reassurance that your wood will be protected or for aesthetic reasons.
26/05/2021 Protect the Surrounding Area. Lay down drop cloths on the deck floor and over any plants or furniture you don't want covered in stain. Pour the stain into the reservoir and don your face mask. Even though you're outside a light gust of wind can send a cloud of stain right back into your face!
Yes you can grill under a tree as long as you follow the proper precautions. Make sure there are no dry leaves nearby or any low hanging branches that could catch fire. And still keep a fire extinguisher / spray bottle of water handy. You should be prepared to say goodbye to the grass underneath the grill though.