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How to Replace a Broken Front Porch Board Ask This Old House
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Underneath What& 39;s Underfoot - Old House Journal Magazine
The old saw about how a good house starts with a good foundation applies to laying tile and resilient flooring. What may be a surprise though is that a tongue-and-groove subfloor the typical base in old-house floors and even common construction plywood or chipboard is neither smooth enough nor solid enough to be a good foundation on its own.【Get Price】

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Repair for an Old Wooden Porch - Extreme How To
Porches are almost always made of wood and many older homes have a porch floor made from tongue-and-groove lumber. Knowing the devastating effects that water will have on a wood porch older homes were built so the porch floors gently sloped from the house to the outside edge of the porch.【Get Price】

How to Repair a Tongue-and-Groove Wood Floor - This Old House
In this video This Old House general contractor Tom Silva cuts in a perfect-fit patch. Steps: . Use a hammer and chisel to chop through the damaged floorboards. 2. At the end joint use the hammer and chisel to cut straight down and through the tongue at the end of the damaged floorboard.【Get Price】

Porch Ideas and Inspiration - This Old House
Pro painter Brian Carter’s beautiful ideas to dress up an old porch floor The Belmont Victorian House: Period Porch Overhaul The wraparound porch of this Queen Anne puts history front and center in the latest TOH TV house project【Get Price】

How to Repair Old Porches - Old House Journal Magazine
Traditionally boards are laid running perpendicular to the house. Make sure the porch floor has a slight slope to it—between ⁄8" and ¼" per linear foot for tongue-and-groove floors. If the porch is deeper than 8& 39; use a slope closer to ⁄8" per foot to avoid a pronounced slant. 【Get Price】