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Jan 30, 2017 . Paver Pete explains the steps to follow in order to install a concrete porch overlay. Use of Flex-Lock geotextile fabric, adhesives, polymeric sand are discussed. This video was featured in the Techo-Bloc Contractor Showcase in 2017
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Bob takes a closer look at the soffit and trim materials, and Lise LaFrance (from the Engineered Wood Association) joins to talk about the medium density overlay plywood being used for the porch ceiling. Offsite, Bob tours the Simpson overlaid plywood mill in Shelton, WA. And finally,. MORE . Part 1: Engineered Wood..
Make sure and allow for any trim moldings that may go under the front of the porch. Using a jigsaw, cut off the excess wood. This will provide a straight edge for finishing (Image 1). Use a router to round the edges on the top and the bottom (Images 2 and 3). Sand the edges smooth, then prime and paint (Image 4). Always..