Porch floor 10: The floor below is a stained concrete floor with scored lines. The border is in a darker color. This is a very pretty old world looking floor. Concrete stain is great choice to dress up existing concrete floor. Porch floor 11: The floor below is a travertine paver sand set floor.
Covering concrete porch with tile Tags: Flooring & Stairs I have just build a porch on the front of my house, extending the full length of the house from what used to be just a concrete pad ...
A concrete porch floor or patio doesn’t have to be boring and bland. Here are some tips to improve the look of unfinished concrete. Clean Concrete: Clean the concrete thoroughly. Special concrete cleaners are available for this purpose. Score Concrete: Use a circular saw equipped with a masonry ...
Exterior Engaging Image Of Front Porch Design And Decoration Using Dark Brown Concrete Front Porch Flooring Including Square White Wood Front Porch Pillar And Light Beige Front Porch Wall Paint : Concrete Front Porch Ideas & Recommendation. Mocha Brick Transformation - This front porch was a bit on the ordinary side.
The floor you see below is simply a concrete floor. If you are building your screened porch on top of a concrete pad, you can use the concrete as your flooring and cover it with a nice rug. Porch floor 4: The floor below uses concrete pavers. You’ll notice there are no mortar joints. Porch floors 5, 6, and 7:
The new wood porch floor is finished! Click the links below to see the rest of the posts in this project. Part 4 – Critter-proofing and Installing the Porch Boards; Part 5 – Finished Front Porch Floor (Wood Front Porch Built Over Existing Concrete Porch)
One of the most prominent features of a home's exterior is the front porch. Whether it's a small landing welcoming people to your door, or a wrap-around patio with room for seating so you can watch the world go by, the porch is a highly visible and important design element.
The big picture goal here is that I’ll be covering my existing concrete front porch with wood so that I can stain it and it will look like a traditional wood front porch. But you can’t just put wood porch/deck boards directly onto concrete.
Explore These Concrete Flooring Options For Your Front Porch and More Concrete flooring is an excellent porch floor material and can make a stunning statement. Steps and walkways can also be poured to match the porch flooring.
How to Cover a Concrete Porch With Wood | Hunker Covering a concrete porch with wood provides a warmer, cozier feel. It is also a good way to cover up peeling paint, slight chipping and discolored concrete. Whatever your reasons, adding a wood floor to your concrete porch is a fairly simple operation.
Sand or plane high spots on wood porches and grind high spots or clumps of cement on a concrete porch. Fill low areas with a floor-leveling compound applied with a trowel.
Sweep and clean the floor once the leveling compound is completely dry. 2 Cover a wood porch with a 1/4- or 1/2-inch sheet of cement board before installing tile.
I have a concrete front porch but I was wanting to cover it with a wood looking type covering. The concrete has some cracks and I would like to cover these. I do not want to use pavers but would like to use something that gives a wooden plank like apperance.
How to Cover a Concrete Porch With Wood (11 Steps) | eHow. Covering a concrete porch with wood provides a warmer, cozier feel. It is also a good way to cover up peeling paint, slight chipping and discolored concrete.