building at decking on stoop

Enter capped composite decking - the perfect material to upgrade your space by adding a gorgeous deck over concrete structures. If you have a concrete patio you want to transform into a more beautiful and impactful outdoor space capped composite is not only a great choice but it’s pretty easy to pull off. 【Get Price】

We chose a composite decking surround as we liked the low-maintenance factor and wood look. Read on for details on how we transformed our old rough concrete stoop into a beautiful backdoor landing and make sure to check out my helpful hints at the bottom! 【Get Price】

A concrete stoop with steps can be a formidable obstacle when trying to build a deck. A massive concrete stoop will be difficult to remove. Most of the time you will need to break the concrete apart using a sledge hammer or jack hammer and haul the debris away. 【Get Price】

Building a Simple Deck. The deck shown here features a pressure-treated floor frame that’s supported by a ledger board and concrete piers and topped with 5/4-inch decking. And because the deck is only a one step high no railing was required. Now just follow Tom’s tips and build your own backyard oasis. 【Get Price】

Decks are popular backyard features but they also make for dramatic front entries. Instead of removing those concrete front steps save some time by building a wood deck over and around them. 【Get Price】

See the steps in How to Build a Deck: Composite Decking and Railings. It's common to build the framing with treated lumber and use composite surface material as with the decking and stairs on this deck. Composite deck stairs are typically made from 2 x 12 pressure-treated stringers spaced about 8 to 16 inches apart. 【Get Price】

9. Attach the wood-composite decking to the top of the concrete stoop using the same masonry anchors. 10. Conceal each anchor in decking with a plug cut from a composite decking board. 11. Sweep decking clean of all debris. 【Get Price】