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  • YellaWood® KDAT Pressure Treated Porch Flooring - from Vintage ... YellaWood® KDAT Tongue & Groove Porch Flooring. # YW-PorchFloor YellaWood® T&G Pressure Treated Porch Flooring is KDAT (Kiln Dried After Treatment)! That's very significant, as KDAT provides many advantages over regular pressure treated Porch Boards.

  • Douglas Fir Porch Decking - Douglas Fir Flooring Douglas Fir has enjoyed a long career as a dependable and beautiful material for use in porch construction. It is commonly used in the Pacific Northwest and Craftsman style construction. The products below are all tongue-and-grooved, kiln-dried and precision milled. Properly sealed and cared for, Douglas Fir Porch...

  • How to Repair Tongue and Groove Porch Flooring | DoItYourself When you are working with tongue and groove porch flooring, there are things that can go wrong with it. No matter how well you take care of your flooring, it will still need to be repaired from time to time. As long as you keep up with these repairs, you won't have very many issues when it comes to actually repairing them.

  • Tounge and groove Porch flooring - YouTube 7 Apr 2017 ... That is just awful carpentry. You should never be laying decking in the 90 degrees to the house At least do a perimeter picture frame, to reduce the checking on the ends of the boards. Awful stuff....from the framing, to the installation of the tongue and groove decking.. Read more. Show less.

  • Porch Flooring - Thermory USA Enhanced by our exclusive Expansion Beads™, Thermory's proprietary tongue & groove profile is an innovation that challenges the elements. Thermory's Expansion Beads™ are designed to minimize warping and buckling by compensating for environmental stresses related to moisturer.

  • Stain or paint tongue and groove porch floor? - Houzz 29 Jul 2016 ... Which holds up better? Stain or paint? We are getting ready to sand down our porch floors installed 1.5 years ago bc so much paint has chipped off. Does staining hold up better?