Choose Custom Materials And Features Before Having A New Deck Installed On Your Residential Property

Posted on: 25 December 2018
Whether it is a warm, comfortable evening or a crisp, winter night, enjoyment can be shared by you and your spouse by having a new deck installed that contains a built-in spa and firepit/grill combo. Choose to have a few steps installed that lead to the spa so that the water feature is separate from the rest of the outdoor space and select an area on the main decking for a seating area that is arranged next to the firepit/grill combo.
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Buying A PVC Fence? What To Know About Selection And Care

Posted on: 18 September 2018
Did you recently buy a home with a nice backyard, but it is not fenced off? If so, you might be reaching out to local fencing contractors to have a new fence installed to border your property. When you are narrowing down your fencing materials to make a final decision, one material you should not forget about is PVC fencing, also known as vinyl. Here is what you should know about selecting a PVC fence, as well as caring for it once it's installed.
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How Much Will Your New Fence Cost?

Posted on: 22 July 2018
Installing a fence around your property comes with an initial investment. How much your new fence will cost depends on a variety of factors. Get an estimate from your fencing contractor to find out what your new fence will cost and use this guide to help you learn what will go into your fencing expenses. Length of Fence How long is your fence going to be? Will it encompass both your back and front yards, or just be surrounding one portion of your landscape?
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2 PVC Fence Care Tips

Posted on: 23 April 2018
PVC fencing is a durable alternative to wood fencing. PVC fencing comes in several design choices, from a traditional wood plank look to picket or lattice styles of fencing. There are also a variety of color options, so you can still have your white picket fence without the need for annual repainting. Although low maintenance, PVC isn't a no-maintenance option. The following are the two tips you need to ensure your fence will look its best for years to come.
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