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Building Raised Deck on Solid Concrete Slab - DoItYourself.

Your slab is not a sufficient footer for a deck it is not designed to take the loads of a deck and is subject to frost heave and such. Code dictates that you need footers that go below the frost line. See if you can plan your deck to be slightly wider than the concrete pad so you can dig appropriate footers.【Get Price】

Raised decking over an existing concrete slab patio.

I am about to install a raised deck over an existing patio of 600mm x 600mm concrete slabs. I am using 100mm x 100mm posts at about 1m spacing to support 150mm x 50mm joists at 300mm spacing. The deck (4.4m x 3.25m) will be fixed to two walls of the house.【Get Price】

How to Build a Deck over Concrete Slab - YouTube

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Timber Decking on Top of Concrete : 6 Steps - Instructables

My client has asked me to build a timber deck for them when I met up with them I suggested that it was better for me to pour the concrete slab and put the decking on top. The reason for this is when you build a deck you should have a minimum clearence of 300mm or 1f from the lowest part of the deck which would be the bearers to the top of the ground. In this case alot of dirt would had to of.【Get Price】

How to Build a Deck Over a Concrete Patio (DIY)

A concrete slab provides a firm stable base for pavers. Cover the patio with a thin layer of sand lay pavers over it and the results look like a standard paver patio. It's a fairly simple project and the cost is reasonable ($3 to $6 per sq. ft.) but expect a weekend or two of hard labor.【Get Price】

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