I have a covered second story balcony that gets a lot of water on it when it rains (which can be a lot in the spring here, not so much the rest of the year). A few places seem to collect just a bit of water, which becomes more exaggerated as the material starts rotting and sags a bit. Some parts of the deck are severely rotting from water. Appears there is plywood subfloor underneath the wood floor surface material. I have thought about replacing the floor with some kind of composite or treated decking floor but am concerned water will continue to seep through this and rot the structure underneath and the ceiling of the ground level front porch.
I thought this covered deck was very old but I hired someone to replace some of the decking when I moved 4 years ago and it's already completely rotted in a few places.
This board won't let me post images because I'm now, which seems a bit counterproductive, but oh well. If you want to see a couple I put them on my website host...
Any suggestions on how to remedy this would be most appreciated! Thank you!