26 Jun 2017
Whether you already have a deck on your home or you are looking to build one, 2017 is offering some wonderful new trends to the tried and true decks of the past fifty years. With the advancements in technology, woodworking, and architectural projects are no longer limited to straight lines and wood colors. Some of these trends are bold and never been done before while others are new takes on older ideas. One thing is certain that your deck is not your grandparent’s deck anymore.
18 Jun 2017
Your home is more than just the house you occupy. It is every addition to your property, including your yard, shed, and even your fence. Your fence is designed to not only keep things in, but to keep things out as well. A well-constructed, well-maintained fence can help keep rodents, stray animals, and unwanted individuals off of your property, protecting your home and your personal property. Therefore, when you are taking the time to freshen up your home, do not forget your hard-working fence in the process.
08 Jun 2017
Spring time is a time to begin anew. The weather is getting nicer, yet it is not too hot to enjoy the outdoors. The snow has melted and birds are chirping once again. Everything about spring is picturesque, until you take a good look at your home. Your home has dealt with the worst of winter and come through still standing. Yet, it is not unscathed. The paint on your exterior is chipping. The gutters are clogged with leaves and other pieces of nature. Your deck has water stains that only a ton of snow can leave. As you look at the beauty and rebirth around your home, you think that your home could use some restoration to match the surrounding beauty.
28 May 2017
You are a homeowner. You spend hours, days, weeks, months, and years obsessing over almost every aspect of your home. You make sure it is clean and beautiful on the interior and exterior. You paint the walls, cut the grass, and power wash your deck as often as needed. You likely leave no stone unturned and take great pride in your home. Yet, the phrase “Out of sight, out of mind” is very relevant when it comes to your roof. Because you cannot see the majority of your roof, you likely do not think of it unless it begins to leak. You do not look to see the dirt piled up on it or the pieces chipping off. You likely do not know the material of your roof.
01 May 2017
It’s spring, which means it is time to enjoy your backyard. You wait all winter to throw your first barbeque and outdoor gathering, inviting friends, family, and acquaintances. When you step outside to survey the land, you notice your deck looks faded and old. This is not the impression you wish to leave on your guests for their first visit to your home for the season. As you look at your deck, you notice that you do not like the original stain and want to know your options.