Yearly Archives: 2014

Issues to Consider Before Building a Deck

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Tweet Are you thinking about having a deck built for your home? Decks are amazing and provide many different fun features; it all depends on what you want out of your deck. Maybe you would like a deck that is perfect for outdoor parties, or maybe you would like the perfect deck for relaxing. No […]

Deck Care and Maintenance Part Two: Repair and Prevent

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Tweet I hope you’re enjoying this two-part deck maintenance series. We discussed how to clean your deck thoroughly and how to stain and seal a wood deck in part one. Now we are going to discuss how to repair and take preventive measures against rot, staining, and other mishaps that often happen to decks. Ready […]

Deck Care and Maintenance Part One: Cleaning and Sealing

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Tweet Your deck is a major part of your home. You spent time and money on creating the perfect deck so we want to make sure that you understand how to properly take care of it. Proper care and maintenance will help you avoid major costly repairs later. Let’s discuss some tips on how to […]

Your Outdoor Kitchen Can be as Grand or as Simple as You Wish

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Tweet You can’t really just put your grill out on the deck or patio and call it a kitchen; or can you? I suppose so, because technically that’s where you’re preparing food. But that’s not what I’m talking about today. I’m talking about big cooking areas complete with an oven, burners, deep fry pans, and […]

Create a Screened Area on Your Deck to Enjoy Bug Free Georgia Evenings

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Tweet A deck is the perfect place to sit outside on a warm Georgia evening, drinking your favorite beverage, and letting the worries of the day disappear from your thoughts. Until the mosquitoes realize you’re there. Mosquito repellent only works so well, and really, who wants to smell like mosquito repellent all evening? Candles and […]

Build an Extensive Multi-Level Deck with Different Entertainment Areas

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Tweet Who says all decks have to fit into a single category? Most of the decks I’ve seen lately have been rectangular with standard railing, and steps that lead to the ground. Don’t get me wrong, they’re beautiful decks with what appears to be great workmanship. They’re just – boring. Your deck doesn’t have to […]