Construction of porch structure for 18 homes in Begur (Aiguablava), made with solid Douglas fir 26x14cm and 16x12cm wooden beams on plywood pillars of 20x20cm Douglas Fir immersion treated with protective fungicides and insecticides for Class 2 usage, and finished with three coats of water-based Lasure.
The beams are fixed to the wall with concealed metal fittings (not embedded into the walls). The exposed fittings are made of AISI 316 stainless steel.
Fitted above the porch structure is an overlapping dais of Douglas Fir treated by immersion with protective fungicides and insecticides for Class 2 usage and finished with three coats of water-based Lasure, and affixed to the structure’s beams with screws.
The decks are waterproofed with sheets of asphalt felt with mineral auto-protection, with the joints between them overlapping and hot welded.
The porch is finished with ripples of rustic briar, tied together and secured mechanically to the cover sheet without perforating the asphalt felt.