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Deck and Patio Planning and Building

Spring is here, and that means homeowners across the country are going to start picking up their shovels for a variety of outdoor projects: planting trees, installing fences, building decks, and more. However, a majority of Americans – 51 percent – who plan to dig this year will put...

Interior Remodeling

Summer is in full swing, and it's time to get busy with home improvement projects during the warmest season of the year. July is here, but you can celebrate your independence with these July weekend to-do projects.

Weekend #1: Fix Cracks and Gaps
Cracks and gaps in sidewalks and driveways...


What is the secret to keeping your wood fences from falling apart? Most wood fences are installed too close to the ground, where rot and termite damage forms quickly, ruining your fence. To avoid this, treat the bottom of the fence boards with a preservative, and try to keep them at least 3...

Pools, Spas and Saunas

Drowning due to lack of pool fencing is the number one cause of death for young children. Properly designed pool fencing is the most effective way to keep children safe.


Trex Seclusions is the next home improvement advancement from the makes of Trex decking, the leading brand of composite decking.  This privacy fencing, made of a composite of recycled plastic and reclaimed wood, is durable, attractive and includes easy to install components.

The perfect fence...


As you head out to your yard this spring, you may discover you’re not the first to get your paws in the dirt. Deer, rabbits and groundhogs can be pleasant reminders of the wonders of this season, but they’re also destructive intruders, trampling and chomping on all your hard work.

Before you...