Can you put stone over wood deck?

Can you put stone over wood deck?

Can you put stone over wood deck?

A stone paver deck can be installed over a wood frame. If you are like most people you probably thought deck pavers could only be installed at ground level over 12"-18" of granular stone. Turns out stone is a great material obviously for its durability.

What can I cover old decking with?

DeckRite is a sheet material that comes on a roll, much like sheet vinyl flooring. It basically turns your old deck into an outdoor floor with no gaps in it and creates a watertight roof for the area beneath your deck. As long as your old deck boards are at least 5/4 thick and structurally sound, you can screw 1/2-in.

Can you cover a wood deck with tile?

Virtually any do-it-yourself deck flooring can be installed over hardwood. By installing outdoor tile over wood deck surfaces, you can give your old wood deck a complete makeover. Not only that, but you can actually protect your deck from further damage.

How much does a stone deck cost?

The average cost to install a stone patio ranges from about $3,900 to $15,000 for a 300 square foot area....Average Cost to Install a Stone Patio.
TypeMaterial CostTotal Cost
Limestone$6-$13$14-$28
Marble$7-$20$15-$35
Slate$10-$30$18-$45
Granite$10-$35$18-$50

Can a wood deck be covered with pavers?

Wood decks can be covered in stone or pavers. Old wood decks can be renovated in a number of ways, ranging from stripping down the wood and refinishing it to completely revamping the entire structure to include pavers similar to what you would find on a patio.

What should I do when converting my deck from wood to stone?

If converting from a wood to stone, we recommend you remove the existing flooring material and have it inspected by a building inspector to ensure it complies with local building codes. Carefully consider your stack height and you finished floor height. Include threshold heights in your calculations.

What to put on top of wood deck?

On decks with wood or metal joists, just place the fiberglass panels over the joists, secured by stainless steel fastenings and lay the pavers on top. No need for cement based mortars, grouts or adhesives – pavers are loose laid with conventional spacers, just like a sand set, on-grade installation.

What kind of stone for an elevated deck?

Elevated Stone Decks Resurface existing elevated decks or build new decks with a surface of natural stone, porcelain pavers, cobblestones or clay pavers over high load bearing, fiberglass grating panels. Elevated decks don’t need to be just wood or composite wood.


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