# Patio water seepage

The patio must slope away from the house, hopefully you have that? You also need to have a step up from the patio to the slab of at the very min. a...

The patio must slope away from the house, hopefully you have that? You also need to have a step up from the patio to the slab of at the very min. a...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsI agree with Piffin, a good quality exterior paint and a med. course sand.

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsThat's right Piffin, I was actually at this home last week and suggested the Anderson retrofit when it comes time for replacement which is around 1...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsThe Greeks discovered the secret,they called it "The Golden Mean or ratio". It says that you should think in percentages for color, mass, and even ...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsBirch or Maple Veneer would be my choice.Your veneer should be sanded to 180 prior to applying the stain. Use a washcoat, Mix one part sanding sea...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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Views4" whoa.. that seems a little long for decking screws even with 1 1/2 decking.You must be using ipe (iron wood) if you're finding that much of a pr...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsTo measure angles.

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsLayout the rectangular landing, then the newel or balistrade return(where in your case the 4" will be)... take a trammel (a long straight 1x4 will ...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsSorry that'd be a landing & 2 ply boxes wouldn't it... by the way I'm pretty sure it's 6 inches and 12 at the line of travel (section 1003.3.3.8.2)...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsYou can either call a carpenter, or use 3 ply boxes each smaller than the first. Layout the landing on the floor & mark off your radii then make th...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsOh you mean wainscotting, you will divide the total wall into equal dimension as if the window wasn't there.Spraying is best but you can roll & bac...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsProbably around 70 per pan & 500 for the doors. We also use fortiflashing over the fins of our windows & doors here is an install link for you: htt...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsYou need to have a pro remove the door and install a "door pan" what that does is divert the water back outside where it should be. A tin smith wil...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsFor an inset you can use 2x4's on flat against the bay, then place 3/4 ply (oak-maple-birch your choice) across the top.If you are a beginner use a...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsIs it a bay that goes out (outset) or just a window that you are placing a seat under so then it would be built in (inset).. then we can tackle a d...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsInset or outset... lift, or drawer... paint or stain... is it a large seat or small?

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsBy wall frames do you mean shelving of some sort?

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsYou need to bisect the angle, miter the trim & cope that... a 90 is mitered @ 45 & coped, if you have a typical 45 bay then 22.5 miter & cope.

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsWhat type of carpet & what type of doors? Typically you will have around a 1/2 inch above the carpet & you'll score the surface along the line befo...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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ViewsYou didn't give any details but all you do is turn down the edge of the slab to create the footings. We just use a 5-6" floating slab with 6x6 10ga...

over 10 years by **Altereagle**

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