Renovation + Home Improvement
May 01, 2016 5:39 pm
I have a self-supporting outdoor deck (enclosed with roof) I want to resurface with cement sheets and then tile. The deck bearers are supported by brick posts.
Is it best to leave a small gap between the new deck and the wall of the house to avoid rot, or is it better to use flashing and have the cement sheets butt against the wall?
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From your other posts it seems he is a lazy builder. Not getting a step ladder out and having a quick look up in the ceiling to see how the roof is configured re your…