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Do I have to make a belt for my deck that will eventually get a porch, or can I just buckle and do a normal reinforcement with a top

The question does not specify the nature of the terrain: constitution and stability. Nevertheless, if a veranda must be installed next on this terrace, it seems prudent to to create real foundations, necessary to support the weight of a veranda. This option will then avoid the formation of any settlements with all the problems that go with: opening doors, leaks at the connection with the shell, cracks in the floor covering, etc. A full reinforcement, including a possible belting, is therefore desirable.

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