second floor balcony patio deck waterproofing

Waterproof Coatings for Roof Decks Balconies

One 3.5 gal pail will do a medium size deck and the one gallon can is good for smaller decks. Step two divide your your square footage by 250 and that is how many pails of the waterproof base coat you will need. Then divide the square footage by 250 again then times two and that will be how many gallons of the ArmorTop you will need.【Get Price】

Waterproof Decks and Balconies Over Living Space: Doing It.

Balconies and second floor decks typically have doors to access the deck. A critical waterproofing detail is to properly flash the door as part of the waterproof deck installation. This detail is known as a door pan flashing. As crucial as this is, it's often overlooked by less experienced contractors.【Get Price】

Cantilevered Balconies - The Experts on Decks Balcony.

Builders with clients who request a second floor balcony have to figure out durable details that will support Juliet and her railing. For years, some designers have created second-floor balconies by cantilevering floor joists (or a floor slab) through the thermal envelope of the building. However, there are two serious problems that are associated with following this practice: thermal bridging.【Get Price】

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