covering concrete stoop and stairs with wooden one

how to cover concrete steps with wood - farmhouse on boone

learn how to cover concrete steps with wood with this tutorial. step by step pictures of the process are included. that is the best transformation i have ever seen. i really never had an idea that you could cover the cement stairs porch into the wooden one. and you changed the columns which made a huge difference and expanded the width of

ask this old house - season 1 - tv.com

ask this old house season 1 episode guide on tv.com. watch all 26 ask this old house episodes from season 1,view pictures, covering a concrete stoop/battling the skeeters.

ask this old house - season 1 episode 19: insulating

summary: tom helps homeowner john hill prevent drafts near his windows by installing insulation around the weight pockets. in the ask this old house loft, steve, roger, richard and tom examine two unfamiliar objects and try to guess how they're used. then richard makes a house call to help homeowner john johnstone install a sewage ejection pump for tom helps homeowner john hill prevent drafts

ask this old house - season 1 episode 18: protecting the

summary: tom visits homeowners roy and sandra lynn, and shows them several products that are designed to prevent leaves and other debris from clogging their rain gutters. in the ask this old house loft, steve, roger, richard and tom examine two unfamiliar objects and try to guess how they're used. richard then visits homeowners steve and maureen tom visits homeowners roy and sandra lynn, and

covering a concrete stoop/battling the skeeters - metacritic

metacritic tv episode reviews, covering a concrete stoop/battling the skeeters, tom silva visits homeowners looking for a way to hide an ugly back stoop. back in the ask this old house loft, he demonstrates different

how to build a deck over an ugly cement stoop

if like us, you have an old concrete stoop that has more than seen better days, rather than going through the hassle of tearing it out, why not give it a facelift? from concrete stains and epoxy coatings to a variety of enclosures, there are several ways to go about this. we chose a composite decking surround as we liked the low-maintenance factor and wood look.