Practical Elements You Should Add to Your Property’s Composite Decking

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There are many reasons to choose composite decking over traditional wood decks. Not only do they offer a smooth surface due to their plastic composition, they also require less maintenance and will last much longer. You can enhance these decks even more by adding these elements.

Safety Rails

If your deck is extended off the ground, you’ll need to add rails along the side to prevent people from falling off. This is particularly true if you have children who like to wander and get into areas they shouldn’t be near. There are many types of deck railing materials you can select from. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2oCOXgk

An Easy Guide to Designing Home Decks According to Deck Contractors

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Adding a deck to your home not only gives it personality, but it extends your outdoor area’s function and gives you many possibilities for fun. You can have success with deck design if you take these factors into account.

Assess the Way You Live

You’ll know exactly what to put on your deck and how to design in when you first assess the way you live. Start with general basics, such as the size of your family. You’ll need a larger outdoor living space if you have a larger family, meaning you’ll need more materials. If you live solo, then you can save on space and just incorporate the essentials. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2oXaAM0

Making the Most Out of Small Outdoor Space

Having a large backyard opens many possibilities when you want to create your own outdoor oasis. Unfortunately, not every homeowner in Portland has this luxury. Professional deck contractors, however are creating beautiful and inviting outdoor living spaces by incorporating unique decks around homes in the community.

Build Tiers of Enjoyment in Your Own Backyard
When you lack the space to build outward, creating a tiered deck may be the way to go. The emerging multi-tier designs give people the ability to entertain, relax, or enjoy the outdoors in style. If you are lost in the possibilities of designs for a single level deck, your deck contractor can work with you to give you a variety when it comes to the plans you have for your deck enjoyment.

Incorporating Details Adds to the Fun for Deck Designs
Add planters, bench seats, and coverings to your deck. This not only opens the many ways you can utilize your new outdoor living space; it also gives you the option of adding value to your home. Deck designers stay current on the many trends that are taking place in deck building around the country. Their expertise allows them to add personal touches to bring out a personality for you home in a special way. Incorporate lighting, add storage benches, and enjoy space for those much-desired hot tubs or spas that every outdoor oasis requires.

With proper planning and a professional on the job, you will never wonder what life could be like with a larger backyard ever again. You will be spending your time enjoying all the new luxuries that your contractor delivers right to your home with their artistic talents combined with your creative thinking.

Patio Contractors Can Help You Design a Creative and Striking Patio

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For many, the patio is a great place to relax and escape the day to day grind of work. When designed properly, these areas enhance your home’s value both visually and functionally.

Patio Function

Any good patio design starts with function as this dictates what elements you’ll incorporate into this area. Is your patio for cooking or is it going to be used strictly for social gatherings? If it’s strictly for functions, then you’ll want to incorporate appropriate seating. Choose furniture that is designed to last outside, no matter how cold or hot it gets. Generally, wicker is a great material for these outdoor purposes because of its weatherproof design and durability. Wicker also comes in many different colors. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2oCNMNW

A Practical Guide to Selecting Appropriate Fencing for Your Property

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A fence is more than just a way to create a border around your property. It can showcase beauty and enhance your property’s aesthetics, especially the curb appeal. When thinking about your fencing options, here are some things you need to consider.

Choose the Best Fence for Your Yard

Before choosing a fence style and material, you need to think about what your yard really needs. Is it a structure that enhances aesthetics or are you looking for fencing strictly for security reasons? Once you’ve identified a purpose, you’ll be able to decide on what type of fence to install. Always prioritize your needs over wants. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2oX0YAP

How is Composite Decking a Child-Friendly Option for Your Family?

Young Boy, Kid Reading Book On Rooftop Terrace, While Lying Down

Decking is becoming more popular with American families, which is evident when you see that the industry has grown by 5.5% over the last five years. If you haven’t yet had a deck installed on your property, you’re likely to be considering it, but you may be concerned that it isn’t going to be child friendly.

Children can be boisterous, clumsy and prone to allergies, so, you may think a deck won’t mix with these characteristics. However, composite decking may be a material that you need to explore with a contractor. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2nFutrb

What Deck Contractors Need to Know about You and Your Outdoor Space

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It’s only natural to get excited about having work done to your home, such as the installation of a new deck. Decking can introduce many new uses of your outdoor space that previously did not exist. Usually, homeowners want to get things started as soon as possible when planning new projects. However, there are a few things your deck contractors are going to need to know first in order to exactly replicate your outdoor dreamscape.

Your Personal Style

Everyone’s personal taste is different, so your contractor will need to know your preferences in designs. This will allow them to recommend materials that will suit your property and needs. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2mTeGAk