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Wood Deck Construction Vs. Brick Patio Paving

Creating an outdoor living space beyond the four walls of your home is gaining ground as one of the most popular home improvement projects of all. Whether your outdoor room will be a brick paving patio or a wood or composite deck, creating an outdoor room is the least expensive way to extend...

Contractor Fraud: How to Avoid

Avoiding contractor fraud largely depends on knowing when an offer is just too good to be true. Here are a few of the most common home repair scams and how to avoid them.

Free Inspection.  This is probably the biggest home repair scam around. A contractor advertises a "free, no-obligation"...

Outdoor Living

With low-voltage outdoor lighting, you can achieve a look that is natural, multidimensional and dramatic. A quick read-through of the following points will help you create designer-quality results when installing lighting yourself. But bear in mind that it is easier to add lighting than to...

Wet & Forget Delivers Eco-friendly Mold & Moss Removal

Flowers aren’t the only things popping up outside your home in the spring. You may also find moss, mold, mildew and algae growing on siding, your roof, decks, walkways, and even that patio furniture you left out all winter. These growths aren’t just eyesores, they’re actually dangerous and can...

Siding, Columns and Trim

Concrete is one tough material, but cleaning it can be tricky. Concrete is a tough but porous material that can easily hold dirt and grime. But by applying a sealer to fresh concrete or after cleaning concrete surfaces, you can keep it looking new for years to come. To clean older concrete, use...

Seasons

When snow and ice become a seasonal reality, salting your sidewalks may seem like a necessary evil.  Sure, it helps melt winter ice and snow, but the wrong kind can cause concrete surfaces to disintegrate. 

To keep your walkways in great shape year-round, choose salt made from potassium...