Category : Decks

5 Factors to Consider When Choosing a San Antonio Deck Builder

Are you interested in getting a new deck built on your San Antonio property? Do you wish there were a way to capture the deck of your dreams? If so, then you need to find a San Antonio deck builder with a knack for custom deck construction. Doing so can

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Your Guide to All Types of Decks: How To Choose a Deck for Your Home

About a quarter of new homes built have a deck included in the initial construction. However, this leaves the vast majority of homes without a deck for enjoying the outdoors. If you own one of these homes without a deck, then isn’t it time you build one? With a deck added to

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Why a Screened-in Porch Is the Best Custom Home Addition in 2021 (and How to Decorate it)

It’s been proven that spending time outside is great for your health. Even so, getting out isn’t always that easy. Bringing the outdoors to you can be as simple as adding a screened-in porch to your home. It only takes one step into the porch to enjoy the beauty of the

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How to Prepare and Protect Your Deck for the Winter Season

Winter is coming. Can your deck hold up to it? When it comes to winterizing a home, your mind may jump to the basics: clearing gutters, checking your heating system, and inspecting pipe insulation, for example. But a deck is a huge investment, especially if you’ve opted for a custom option,

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Chill Out in the Heat: 5 Deck Ideas for Hot Weather

When the summer sun starts to shine, most of us rush to heed its siren song and head outdoors. And if you’ve invested in a patio to expand your living area outside your home, so much the better. But even if you have the most stunning deck right out in

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Around the Campfire: Choosing the Best Small Fire Pits for Decks

What’s more relaxing on a cool night than sitting around a campfire with your family to roast marshmallows or zone out in front of the crackling flames? Buying a fire pit is a guaranteed way to have a more relaxing patio space, but many homeowners worry about whether they’re safe to use

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