New wrap around deck. Under that is the patio.
How to convert patio under the deck into a she shed?
The patio floor to deck is 8-9 ft. We just had the deck replaced with cedar. The patio underneath deck is open on 2 sides. I want to convert it to a 'She-shed' but worry about things getting wet when it rains/ snows, from the deck flooring. The floor is concrete but some water pools on one side when it rains or when I use the hose. I'm open to suggestions. Thanks.
The left side patio is where I plan a project.
Vinyl plank flooring vs pergo (laminate)
I currently have stinky dirty carpeting in my living room and I want to replace it with a durable flooring that can stand up to dogs and kids.
How to remove popcorn ceiling that has been painted?
Does having a paint over a popcorn ceiling change how I'd remove the popcorn ceiling?
Porch Railing or Porch Wall? What Do You Think?
We've in the process of building a porch onto the front and side of our house (wraparound). We have the porch floor on, and now we're stuck, trying to decide which wo... See more
Can outdoor carpet (the green stuff) be applied to an exposed deck?
We have a deck that we spent three weekends re-doing with a HGTV recommended deck restoration product that peeled in 9 months. Cleaned and scraped, replaced rotted bo... See more
Thompsons Water sealer disaster
Since we just had our deck pressure-washed, we decided to apply Thompson's Water Sealer to help preserve it. Big mistake. It seems to have a permanent stickiness. Any... See more
What to do with this space?
Removed a 27 ft above ground pool (not replacing it) and now need suggestions on what to do with this deck, it's attached to a larger deck that is attached to the hou... See more
How can I finish my back porch ceiling in an inexpensive way?
I can see my porch ceiling from the windows in our house and it does not look very nice. I don't want to spend a lot of money. I also have a toddler so I don't have m... See more
You can buy under deck drainage systems designed to be attached to the floor joists of your deck. They will channel any water to the edge of the deck. You will have to figure out a way to manage the water from there depending on what is around the edge of the deck on the ground.
There are systems like Seth said. I used cement siding to cover the underside of a small deck. I didn't enclose with walls on the patio. The joists under the deck need to have a slope and then I should have add plastic and then the siding. I left a 2" drip area and used attic venting strips to keep the bees out from under the deck.
Hi Elvie! Here are some links for your to look at....best wishes!