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Building a veranda in the garden: instructions step by step
1. Find the right place
You should first determine exactly where your garden veranda should be. You should ask yourself the following questions: Is there a stain that I can not use anyway for plants due to the shading or rough soil anyway?
How many hours of sunshine per day do I want to have on the veranda? Should the veranda be in a position where communication with the house is good?
Have you already found the great spot? Mark it now!
Expect a border that is usually around 50 cm.
The necessary materials include the wooden floorboards
2. Create the foundations and the edge trim
The first should be around 10 centimeters.
Wait until the edging and foundation cease completely. Only then could you drive the construction.
Wooden house with porch in the woods
3. First building steps
Now you would have to feel the inside of the building with grit. You then have to compact them with suitable tools. That could be about a Ruttelplatte. The layer should be slightly higher than the base. So if this is about 10 inches high, then that layer should be around 15 inches.
Then you should distribute gravel on it. He should then be deducted. The tools you need are boards that are a bit longer and a spirit level.
Stylish wooden terrace painted in white
4. We are almost there, but ...
Now we could interpret the verandas on this basis. But just at this point you should do something hasty. Because now we have to install the spirit level together with the stones properly. Otherwise, it may be that there is a flood. Nobody wants that, right?
The material for the surface you would also have to choose very carefully and thoughtfully. Let the good aesthetics guide you, but also the safety. Because some surfaces are good, but they lead to a risk of slipping. Rather opt for matte or rough surfaces.
Use natural materials - combine wood and stone
5. Let's look at the result
Now our garden porch - building guide is almost at the end. Remove the mark, add a few pebbles and flatten with a broom. Enjoy your garden porch ....
Are you also considering a canopy?
Typical American wooden house with stem
Festively decorate the finished porch for Halloween
The wooden terrace comfortably furnished
Small porch, but with enough space for four seats and potted flowers
Terrace roofing made of glass and solid wood
Typical country house made of wood - the veranda is completely made of wooden floorboards and wooden beams and is rustically furnished
With stone floor, but with wooden roofing
Completely made of wood
Wooden house built on a wooden platform, of course with veranda
Wooden terrace without roofing
Flooring made of boulders and natural stone slabs
Concrete slabs floor
A closed porch with windows and an entrance door
The wooden terrace is transformed into a dining room in summer
Set up your porch with self-built patio furniture
Modern wooden house with built-in veranda
An interesting idea - the wooden floorboards should not necessarily be cut straight
The porch of a summer house
This is not a house, but equipped with a wooden terrace
Wooden bungalow with porch with floor tiles
With white wooden fence
Build wooden pergola directly at the pool
The veranda should not necessarily be attached to the house
Here it is exactly the case - a finished construction attached to the house
Rustic decorated and decorated with climbing plants
Outdoor kitchen on the wooden terrace
Cozy reading area on the veranda framing
Comfortable rattan armchairs and entrance decoration
Summer house with sea view
Wooden bungalow with a very small porch
Porch in Shabby Shick style
American wooden houses often have a veranda like the one below
Modern interior design ideas for a spacious wooden terrace
A T-shaped porch with enough space for loungers, massage bed and dining room furniture
Spend relaxing moments on the veranda
A massive wooden pergola in front of the house
Build wooden terrace yourself
Winter terrace - enjoy the winter time on your porch
Two-storey house with wooden veranda - typically American