deck board to concrete transition

Island Deck. Built with composite decking and hidden fasteners this maintenance-free backyard deck is designed to go together fast and to fit in anywhere in the yard without footings or ledger boards. Check out just how easy it is here. 【Get Price】

Fastening a Ledger to Concrete: The ledger is not only the structural connection between the deck and the house; it’s also what establishes the overall height and levelness of the entire deck frame. On this project the 2×10 joists of the main deck frame sit just about even with the top of the foundation and a landing framed with 2x8s sits ... 【Get Price】

Properly installing a ledger board for your deck is one of the most important structural components of building a safe and strong deck. These 18 articles will teach you how to install flashing and bolt the ledger connection to the house rim. 【Get Price】

When we reached the end of the deck we removed the center divider board and cut it to final length. Then we removed and mitered the border boards and trimmed the sleepers to final length. To cover the ends of the sleepers we used a deck “fascia” board made from 1/2-in.-thick PVC. We cut the fascia into strips and screwed them to the sleepers. 【Get Price】

To build such a deck you’ll need deck boards as well as inner and outer joists the pieces of wood that go between the top boards and your grass/concrete. The joists should measure as long as the length of your deck. Raised Deck with Steps. Another very common deck is a raised deck with steps. Many homes are not built at ground level. 【Get Price】

“Sleepers” are apparently the name for the beams supporting the deck surface laid directly atop the concrete. They run perpendicular to the actual deck boards and elevate the surface slightly allowing the decking to avoid contact with the ground. 【Get Price】