News & Blog: Outdoor Living

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Create an oasis with a backyard gazebo

Create an oasis with a backyard gazebo

Posted in: Outdoor Living

A gazebo can give you the perfect spot to relax and play — outdoors but protected from Mother Nature. Click here to learn more!

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Celebrating 70 years in business with 25% Off*!

Celebrating 70 years in business with 25% Off*!

Posted in: Home Improvement, Outdoor Living

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If Your Yard Needs An Upgrade, Consider This!

If Your Yard Needs An Upgrade, Consider This!

Posted in: Outdoor Living

If you've been looking for a way to add something new to your home, you may need to turn your attention to the outdoors. If your yard needs an update, consider all the ways adding a new fixture to your yard can make your home more beautiful than ever. Here are just a few ideas of projects you can add to your backyard to create the beautiful, private oasis you've always dreamed about:

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3 Ways To Make Your Yard Summer-Ready

3 Ways To Make Your Yard Summer-Ready

Posted in: Outdoor Living

It's summertime, and that means you're probably spending a lot of time outside. Spending time in the yard can be great, but eventually, the unoccupied patch of grass starts to lose its appeal. So what can you do to jazz up your backyard, giving you a great summer hangout? Here are just a few options for ways you can upgrade your outdoor space: (Just beware of jealous neighbors!)

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Three Ways Homeowners Can Make Their Yards Even Better This Spring

Three Ways Homeowners Can Make Their Yards Even Better This Spring

Posted in: Outdoor Living

Winter may be making the outdoors rather inhospitable right now, but March will soon roar in like a lion and out like a lion, which means now is the time homeowners should start considering what projects they can undertake to improve their yards and property. Here are just a few excellent ideas!

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Gazebo Tutorial: 3 Ways to Protect from Ice

Gazebo Tutorial: 3 Ways to Protect from Ice

Posted in: Outdoor Living

With the holidays over, homeowners all across the country are settling in for a long, harsh winter. While they might be cozy and safe inside, their outside gazebos are doing their best to endure the elements. If homeowners would like to be able to enjoy their outdoor gazebos come the spring, they're going to have to protect them.

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Three Ways You Can Get More Out of Your Outdoor Space

Three Ways You Can Get More Out of Your Outdoor Space

Posted in: Fencing, Outdoor Living

The summer months are almost upon us, and many homeowners are looking for ways to increase the usability of their outdoor space. There are many additions that can be made to your backyard so that you can enjoy drinks, food, or simply conversation with friends and family.

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How to Prepare For Your Future Swimming Pool

How to Prepare For Your Future Swimming Pool

Posted in: Fencing, Outdoor Living

Swimming pools are an exciting new addition to any home. Instead of having to truck multiple kids over to the community pool, where the chlorine levels are so high they turn eyes red, instead there's an opportunity for outdoor fun and exercise right in your backyard. Getting a pool isn't a decision one should enter lightly, however. When it comes to upkeep and responsibility, there are several important facts you need to keep in mind.

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Wood Fence: Create Your Style

Posted in: Fencing, Product Info, Outdoor Living

Timeless and traditional, wood fence remains one of the most popular types of fences with today’s homeowners. The possibilities are endless when designing a fence unique to your needs and architectural preferences.

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Winter Paver Care

Winter Paver Care

Posted in: Product Info, Outdoor Living

With temperatures dipping into the forties and precipitation being more prevalent, this is not the best time of year to seal your pavers because they never fully dry out. You can extend the life and beauty of your pavers with a good cleaning. Brick cleaning is usually done to remove tree sap, mold, mildew, other stains and fallen leaves. Once you have cleaned your pavers, remove any additional fallen leaves so they do not stain the bricks. Brick cleaning is much more effective to paver areas that were previously sealed so be sure to seal your pavers next spring, when the weather warms up.

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