Five Tips And Ideas For Building A Fire Pit On A Wooden Deck
19 January 2017
An outdoor fire pit is great for entertaining, relaxing, or even doing a bit of fireside cooking. In many cases, homeowners dig fire pits into the ground or put them on stone patios. However, if you have a wood deck, you may be wondering if there is a safe way to put a fire pit on your deck.
Although you have to be careful, the answer is yes. Here are some ideas to explore as you create your design.
Combatting Asphalt Pavement Oxidation
12 January 2017
Just as human hair eventually starts graying, your freshly-laid parking lot will eventually lose its rich, dark color over time. What will be left behind is a grayish surface that can make your parking lot and its surroundings appear much older. The culprit behind this inevitable phenomenon is oxidation of the bitumen binder used to keep the asphalt aggregate together. The following explains why this process happens and what you can do to keep it from happening.
Need A Garage Door? Consider Wood Composite Models
5 January 2017
Has the time come to replace your garage door? Any new garage door will give your home a fresh, attractive look; you can choose from vinyl, aluminum, wood, steel, and even fiberglass doors. But there's one material that really stands out from the rest: wood composite.
Wood composite is a material made from natural wood fibers and a plastic or cement binder. It offers a number of benefits over other garage door materials.
5 Reasons To Choose A Ductless Heat Pump Over Baseboard Heaters For A Tiny Home
3 January 2017
Tiny homes give you a chance to travel the country or make the most of a small piece of land, but unless you stick to exclusively warm climates, you'll need some heating inside the structure. A ductless heat pump system makes a lot more sense than the usual electric baseboard heaters recommended for homes with no ducts. Find out how a heat pump can help you make the most of a tiny house in the winter.