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The decking dilemma—which to choose?Probably the most difficult decision to make when building a deck is what type of decking to use. All three choices—5/4 x 6-in. radius-edged cedar, pressure-treated and composite decking—share similarities
Knowing how to pour concrete can help you save a few dollars on small projects around the house. .
FWIW, that's technically called a "raised patio" rather than a deck. At 40' long, your challenge will be to prevent cracking.
My patio floor needs refreshing. While at it, I'd like to avoid the boring gray and use a hint of color, either gray-blue or gray-green. Here are the steps that I have planned: Lower the nails (by turning a little) to avoid that they rip the sanding
I agree with Rosie, don't screw around with that "excess concrete lip". That's your foundation's footer & is a precise profile & dimension doing extremely hard & vitally important work. For the back steps
Do portions of your concrete patio or pool deck sit under water after a heavy rain, ruining your outdoor activities? That’s a sure sign that your patio isn’t draining properly. Poor patio drainage not only spoils your outdoor fun, it can also allow w
I agree with Ed Beal. But yes, there are 2 ways to do this & they're equal in strength, for what's planning to be done. However, get a Permit from the Building Dept
Sliding doors open horizontally by sliding along a track. They are mounted on or suspended from the track and slide in either direction on roller wheels. There are many different types of sliding doors available to consumers today
If your patio ideas include the feel of a stone enclosure around your paver patio and the benefits of addtional seating, then a block seating wall is your solution. Designed to fit most patio configurations, block seating walls can be strictly aesthe