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Summers Are More Fun with a Backyard Deck

When I was growing up, my family home had a backyard deck. I didn't realize how much I loved it until I later moved into my own home that didn't have one. We used to have family over for outdoor gatherings and cook out on it. It was covered, so if it rained, it never ruined the party! As a teenager, one of my favorite ways to relax was to go outside onto the deck and listen to the rain fall on its roof. The sound was so soothing. After enduring one summer in my new home with no deck, I was determined to have one installed quickly. I found a local contractor who got the job done quickly and accurately, and my house now feels like a "home!" I decided to start a blog to share what I learned during the deck construction process along with some other tips!

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4 Tips For Creating A Tropical Paradise In Your Back Yard

14 April 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

One of the best things about an amazing tropical vacation is the ambiance- gorgeous greenery, beautiful pool, comfortable outdoor chairs and tables. You may not be able to escape to the tropics as often as you would like, but you can bring that environment back with you by designing a fantastic tropical back yard. Investing in your backyard will allow you to relax and enjoy the space all year round. Use the following tips to create a paradise right outside your back door: Read More …

Deciding Upon A Single Stage Or Dual Stage Snow Blower

31 March 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're located in an area that gets snow during the winter, then you have probably considered buying a snow blower. These machines save you time, but they can also save your life. People die every year from heart attacks due to shoveling snow. Many people are not in shape and they should not be outside in the extreme cold shoveling snow. So, once you have decided to buy a snow blower, you have to decide which type to get. Read More …

How To Stop Air From Coming Through Home Windows By Getting Replacements

19 March 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are tired of feeling a breeze from the outside coming through your home windows? You may need to get the window panes replaced, and may have damaged window frames as well. In this article, find out what you can do to prevent air from coming through the windows and how much replacements should cost. How Can a Homeowner Stop Air from Coming Through the Windows? If your window panes are thin, you may want to get them replaced with panes that are thicker. Read More …

Solidify Your Pavement For Winter: 4 Asphalt Maintenance Tips To Battle Winter Damage

19 February 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Winter can really wreak some real havoc on your pavement, be it concrete or asphalt. The effects of de-icing chemicals and the cycle of freezing and thawing can quickly diminish the quality of your pavement. Luckily, with proper and continued maintenance of your asphalt pavement, it can easily withstand the damaging effects of the winter season and live a very long, healthy and beautiful life. Keep the Asphalt Clean and Free of Debris Read More …

How To Cover A Porch With A Nonslip Surface

12 February 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Even if you've stained or painted your wood porch, when it gets covered in snow or rain it can become slippery and hazardous. In order to prevent a serious injury to yourself or someone else, you should take steps to limit the chance that anyone will slip and fall on your porch. One way to do this is to apply a paint that has a gritty texture added to it. While you can purchase specially made paints that have a texture already added to them, there's no reason to go to this additional expense and trouble when you can add a texture to any kind of exterior paint just by mixing in sand. Read More …