A deck is a great addition to your home. Decks are so popular in the U.S. they’re about as American as apple pie. They add value to your home and allow you to enjoy an outdoor living space.
As time goes by, a deck will eventually deteriorate no matter how waterproofed or well protected it’s been for the past years. Over time, there will be something that will wear it out. In fact, if your home still has the standard wooden deck, it’s likely that you’ll have to have it replaced eventually. Unfortunately, the signs that your deck needs to be replaced can sometimes be difficult to spot.
Sunrooms and home additions are cost-effective options for growing families that need additional living space. They both save you from the stress and expense of moving into a new house.
Decks can be the most relaxing places at home—especially when they are well-maintained. Solid-color stains protect wood decks and look great when new, but the fact of the matter is that they flake and wear away over time. To restore them, you have to scrape and strip off the stain before recoating. Read on as Carolina Custom Exteriors, your premier deck building company, explains the restoration process of an expertly stained deck.
Have you ever noticed strong smells coming from underneath your porches, sunrooms or decks? Unpleasant odors can be traced back to a number of different sources, none of which are too complex or difficult to resolve. All you’ll need are a few detective skills, some effective cleaning tools and a little elbow grease.