Monthly Archives: July 2012

Deck Railing Ideas

deck railing ideasInstalling railing is not very difficult, but it helps to know the basics of woodworking. Pat Fisher, a carpenter with  years of professional work under his belt, sat down and wrote a book (and an ebook for all you computer whizzes […]

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Modern Deck Design

Modern Deck Design – Along with arranging, flowers can function as a traditional accent for your deck, plus it adds visual appeal. You can also grow flowers or other plants by trying different objects like a small wagon, an old work boot, a steel bowl or a bucket. To give your deck a festive […]

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Deck planning eliminates any problems caused by an improper layout or design. With a complete discussion between the homeowners and the deck builders, the concept of planning becomes valuable and results in a perfect deck for your house. The color, material, texture, décor, and design is discussed and then molded into the deck you […]

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Stamped Concrete Patio Designs

For those who love the look of tiles or pavers, but want the sturdiness and durability of concrete, you should Stamped Concrete Patio Designs. Here, concrete is poured on the patio, and designs and texture are impressed upon it using a stamp while the concrete is wet.Thee is no limit to the amount of […]

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Concrete Patio Designs

Another option for a concrete decorative patio is to use stamped concrete. Almost all find this attractive because patterns are easily accessible. It involves pouring slab concrete to your patio and impressing designs and texture before it is dried up.

These days most people use concrete to upgrade their property, what is ideal about this […]

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Brick Patio Ideas

brick patio ideas

Brick Patio Ideas – As the bricks or pavers are set in place it’s quite common, especially in paito decks utilizing scaled-down bricks or pavers, to have corners become uneven. This will create the potential for tripping over a raised […]

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