Have a small deck (or small area to build one)? Don't fear - there are things you can do to make it look bigger. Invigorate your outdoor living space and exercise your creative talents with these tips.
Every homeowner wishes they could bypass the red tape that accompanies most property alterations, but the law is the law. It’s always best to do things by the book rather than rectify the issue later.
If you’re like many people, once you’ve decided to build a deck you might think bigger is better. However, that’s usually not the case. Rather than thinking in terms of size, it’s better to think in terms of “best fit” for your home/needs.
When you hire an insured deck contractor, you're making the smart choice of working with an professional. Contractors with protections in-place are safeguarding you, themselves, and their employees.
While both composite deck materials (like Trex®, Deckorators®, and TimberTech®) and natural wood deck materials can be used to create beautiful, durable decking, it is important to carefully weigh the pros and cons of the different building materials.