drain detail in the porch floor

Porch Construction & Porch Screening Installation Details

Make provisions for drainage on the three exterior sides and, if exposed to significant wetting, on the house side as well. If the porch has a solid knee wall, leave minimum 1-inch scuppers at floor level to allow water to drain from the porch interior to outside. More information about the porch floor above is found at Rooftop Deck Construction.【Get Price】

PVC Waterproof Membrane BIM Models & CAD Detail Drawings .

Drain Detail DR-05 – Concrete Drain with Surface Membrane Clamp: | PDF For CAD Detail Drawings on Other Products Tiledek Underlayment, go to Tiledek CAD Detail Drawings【Get Price】

Foundation Drains - Footing Drains, installation details

A perimeter drain is an indoor drain cut into the floor around the perimeter of a basement or crawl space to intercept and remove water from the building interior. We illustrate perimeter drains above. The drain shown in the sketch above is intended to describe an exterior foundation drainage system.【Get Price】

Install a Drain in Your Concrete Floor | DoItYourself.com

At the end of the pipe, where you want the actual floor drain to be located, place a can (a coffee can will work) over the drain hole and pour new concrete to fill in the trench you dug. Mix the concrete according the the mixing directions and smooth out with a trowel.【Get Price】

How to Install a Foundation Drain - GreenBuildingAdvisor

On its face, the location of a foundation perimeter drain seems like the simplest of details. The perforated drain line is run around the foundation next to the bottom of the footing. At least that's what many construction drawings show. But in some parts of the country, the drain is placed on top of the footing rather than next to it, and this discrepancy is at the root of Steven Knapp's dilemma.【Get Price】

How to Repair Old Porches - Old House Journal Magazine

If the porch floor isn’t tongue-and-groove, allow at least ¼” between new or replacement boards as you lay them, to permit water to flow through the decking. Many construction experts say there’s no need to factor in a slope for spaced floorboards, since the water can drain through easily.【Get Price】

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