How to Choose the Right Doors for Your Patio or Outdoor Space

Posted on: 28 November 2016
If your residential property includes a large patio, balcony, or other outdoor area, you want to choose the right doorway for that space. A plain sliding glass door along one side may not be the right option, as it means not being able to open up that space entirely and enjoying the view, and this can also limit foot traffic in and out of the space. You do have other options than a standard patio sliding door; note two of them here so you know the best choice for your property and for really getting maximum enjoyment from your space.
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Building a Custom Home? Don't Forget About the Backyard

Posted on: 15 November 2016
When you are in the process of having a custom home built, it is easy to plan for the number of rooms, size of the living room, and layout of the kitchen, but don't forget about the outdoor spaces. In your backyard, there is a lot that the home builder can help you with so it is good to have this as part of the overall plan. Here are some different ideas for outdoor spaces to add.
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Buying an Older Home? What Plumbing Issues Do You Have in Store?

Posted on: 8 November 2016
There's no denying that an older home has a certain amount of charm. Many people choose such a house of character with the aim of maintaining its appeal while bringing it up to modern standards in terms of repair. It is unfortunate that older homes often come with a considerable number of issues related to the plumbing. What are the challenges you need to be looking out for and what should you do?
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Sustainable Wood Choices: Which One Is Best For Your New Deck?

Posted on: 20 September 2016
The emergence of spring means it is time to clean off the barbeque and get your outdoor area ready for summertime entertaining. As a new homeowner who is wanting to build a deck before summer arrives now is the time to be planning your project and ordering your timber supplies. Sustainable wood choices are a hot topic when it comes to deck building because choosing sustainable wood means you are having less of an impact on the environment.
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