The old homeowner put a 14' X 11' concrete pad on the front of the house. Attached to it is the sidewalk that leads to the steps up to the front door. This thing is an eyesore. It resembles a helipad on the front of the house. I am trying to figure out an inexpensive way to cover it.
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1. Create a warm, dry environment prior to laying down your vinyl flooring. During cold months, open any heating vents in the basement, and allow the room to warm up for a day or two before you begin.
Step-by-step directions for how to tile a screened-in porch from the planning stage to the polishing stage. How to Stamp a Concrete Porch Floor Rock Solid hosts Derek Stearns and Dean Marsico show how to use overlay and a pattern stamp to rework a cracked and peeling concrete porch floor.
Hardwood Flooring. For a rich contemporary or country look, cover concrete stairs with hardwood flooring. The key to this project is to cover the steps and rises with thin plywood before laying ...
Step by step photos for these concrete patio ideas! Kelly at ‘ View Along the Way ‘ shows us how to build a deck over a concrete patio. Perfect solution for an outdoor patio that needs updating.
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How to Cover Concrete Steps with Wood - Farmhouse on Boone. Aug 9, 2017 So, we decided to find a way to cover the concrete steps with wood. the exact same wood for the treads as we had used for the porch flooring.
Rather than tile over your cement patio, I can think of a few easier options. Rather than using DITRA and thin-set mortar to set tiles, you can install concrete pavers on a bed of sand over the existing patio. Here is a link to pavers and step stones at homedepot.com. By no means are you restricted to concrete pavers and step stones though.