Unfortunately, not every home renovation will offer a great return on investment. In fact, most upgrades that you make around your home wind up costing a lot more than they’re worth. If you love the result, then those overpriced changes can be worth it. But if you have any intention of selling your house in the future, then you’ll want to choose renovations that will really pay off.
If you’re planning on building a deck, you may have noticed that choosing a decking material has become more difficult than ever before. Not so long ago the only option seemed to be wood. Today, there are dozens of different decking materials available, including composites, PVC, hardwood imports and many more. While there is a multitude of options available to you, these options were not all created equal and they each have their pros and cons.
Many of you probably want a deck in your backyard. You might dream of a place to relax and enjoy some time with your friends. A place that would allow you to take full advantage of, let’s say it, the too short months of summer! An outdoor kitchen, an outdoor dining room, a living room to extend your evenings: the possibilities are endless! When starting your project, you will surely be faced with the fateful question: which size to choose for your deck? Here is a short article that will guide you towards your choice.
For a few years now, plants have really featured! Whether for indoors or outdoors, greenery is trendy! Here is a list of 5 plants that you should get for your deck!
Are you looking for trendy accessories that will embellish your deck? We have compiled for you a list of our 6 favorite accessories that will certainly match the look you are looking for!
There are a number of ways to create a foundation for a deck or porch. Homeowners go from one extreme of just putting posts in the ground, without any foundation, to the other extreme of putting in a pier and footing. Ignoring the need for a foundation and just putting a post into the ground isn’t a good idea, as the post can move and heave due to the ground freezing and swelling. This causes the deck to get out of level, nails or screws to loosen, and can ultimately destroy the deck.