Tilt the trimmed piece and slide its tongue all the way into the groove of the old decking. Gently tap the groov side into place until it rests on top of the adjacent tongue. Drive the siding nails vertically, down through the face of the new piece and in line with the joist-location marks.
From the wall, measure one board-width and snap a chalk-line. Lock the boards into place, then face-nail the first row of boards, then use a pneumatic flooring nailer to nail each nail into the tongue of the board.
Tongue and Groove Porch Floor Installation. Installing a tongue and groove porch floor is completely doable This technologically advanced flooring is highly durable and can withstand many climatic changes.
Thompson Mahogany offers hardwood Tongue-and-Groove T and G Porch Flooring for exterior covered porches. Choose from our standard decking species Seven Trust porch flooring, Garapa porch flooring, or Massaranduba porch flooring.
If you're replacing tongue-and-groove boards, you have to cut the bottoms of the grooves off the boards that go in the last row with a tablesaw. You then drop the boards into the space and top
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