Treating, Repairing and Designing Timber Fences and DecksTreating, Repairing and Designing Timber Fences and Decks


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Treating, Repairing and Designing Timber Fences and Decks

Welcome to my blog! My name is Brenda, and I love designing homes and landscaping yards. In particular, I love implementing natural wood and timber into my designs. Last year, I put on new timber decking and added a fence. to our garden Through the process of working with a contractor and doing a lot of independent research, I was able to get just the type of decking and fencing I wanted, and now, I am adamant about taking great care of it. In this blog, I am going to cover a gamut of concepts related to timber decking, and I might into delve into some other posts about construction or DIY. I hope that you like my ideas!

4 Reasons to Have Your Dented or Bent Stainless Steel Bull Bars Repaired

It's common for even the most resilient of bull bars to bend or dent after a collision. Unfortunately, it's also common for drivers to ignore the problem, reasoning either that the problem cannot be fixed or that a small imperfection doesn't need to be. However, bent or dented bull bars are definitely things that need to be repaired. Here are just four reasons why. 1. Impairs Performance A bent bull bar might look pretty rugged, but it could make your 4X4 car less capable. Read More 

When Your Home Needs an Emergency Plumber

Some plumbing repairs might wait until you can schedule a plumber at your earliest convenience; if a bathroom sink is stopped up, you might use another sink in the home until you can call a plumber. However, some plumbing problems in the home shouldn't wait until you can make a convenient appointment, but they often mean that you should call an emergency plumber to get to your house as quickly as possible. Read More 

Questions Many Homeowners Have About Getting a Metal Roof Installed

A metal roof is a good choice for just about any home, as metal is very durable and may last far longer than standard asphalt shingles and tiles. Using long, single pieces of metal may also offer more insulation for your home than small tiles that may allow for gaps that let out your heating or air conditioning. If you're thinking of a metal roof for your home, note a few questions you might have and then discuss these with a roofing contractor if you still need more information. Read More 

How to Avoid Compromising Your Safety As You Use a Rented Excavator

Many homeowners can easily operate excavators, such as mini excavators, during the execution of a home improvement project. However, some homeowners may not know to implement the safety measures that a seasoned excavator operator pays attention to. Consequently, the safety of the homeowner may be compromised by his or her laxity or limited knowledge on matters of excavator safety. This article discusses some precautions that you should keep in mind when you decide to operate an excavator during a home improvement project. Read More 

Four Tips on Using a Skip to Clean Out a Foreclosed Property

If you have bought a foreclosed property that is a disaster inside, you may need to hire a skip to hold rubbish as you clean out the property. Want to ensure the experience goes smoothly? Take a look at these tips: 1. Place the skip in the back garden. If possible, when the skip arrives, place it in the back garden of the house. Putting it in the back keeps it out of the way of passersby who may climb on it or dig through it, potentially putting you at liability risk if they get hurt. Read More