Water drainage systems allow you to comfortably use the space under a high deck. These systems divert water away to create a dry space below. You can essentially double the outdoor living area for an affordable price. These areas can be easily converted into screen porches by adding screen walls.
Water drainage systems installation varies by manufacturer. Some systems are composed of waterproof membrane installed over the deck on a subfloor. Some may be a decking product that sheds away water. Other systems are attached to the bottom of the deck frame. Always consider the method of installation when researching water drainage systems.
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Under Floor Drainage Systems
DEK Drain systemDekDrain
Enhance your outdoor living space by creating dry and cozy place for your family under your raised deck. The DEK Drain system will drain water away from your deck to allow you to finish the area below with ceilings, lighting, fans, patios and other features.
Finished Ceiling DekDrain
is manufactured from quality materials and is engineered to divert rainwater away from your deck. The DEK Drain topside system is virtually invisible, even without a finished ceiling because it fits in between the joists of your deck frame. Visit our website to find a local installer in your area.
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Durable and waterproof aluminum decking can create a usable space under your deck. AridDek uses a tongue and groove design that is easy to install along with an integrated gutter system to shed rain away from your deck. This protect is cool to the touch and is engineered for high traffic use.
How It WorksAriddek
interlocking t&g aluminum decking is 1" tall and 6" wide and can be installed using a hidden fastener system. AridDek is installed perpendicular to the house to drain water away from the house. This system uses a starting board and finish board for a clean edge. Your deck should be built with a 1/8" drop per foot toward the drainage end.
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