I have a patio installed on sand and have always crawled around to pull weeds. I also spray weed killer. Oh my poor back. Wish I knew about installing it on cement boards years ago.
I have removed a above ground pool and have a sand base which is compressed due to the weight of the water. I also have trex that was removed from the deck directly to the pool.
Now for my question: I would like to build a small floating trex deck on cement board but realize that maybe trex needs to be somewhat above the cement board for air circulation.
Any Ideas as to how to do this easily and so it will hold up? I have read about sleeper but do not know what this is or if it will work on cement board.
Thanks for your reply
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