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Here are entertaining ideas from the California Redwood Association (www.calredwood.org). 1. Fireplace: Roast your s'mores in style with a beautiful redwood seating area. 2. Poolside:...
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Multiple levels, curves, lighting, and built-in storage are hot
Around ten-years ago we put a new deck on the back of our house. It’s the typical rectangular design and looks like every other brown, wooden deck. The latest decking trends indicate if we were...
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With the arrival of sun and climbing temperatures, you may be planning to spruce up your outdoor living space. Following are several tips from Trex, the world’s largest manufacturer of wood-...
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Sustainable California Redwood is used to build these beautiful decks.
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While you’re doing the fall landscaping chores, don’t forget about the deck
We have a wooden deck that takes a lot of abuse from chairs, leaves, and other debris that collects on it over the summer. By this time of year, the deck floor looks really dirty. But believe it or...
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Take some time to inspect the structural integrity of your deck
Every so often, you hear about a deck collapsing and people getting hurt. Experts say there are 40-million wooden decks in the U.S., and half of them are in need of repair or replacement. A lot of...
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Pull up a chaise lounge and relax on the deck! Whether you're looking to build a deck, or just jazz yours up a bit, you'll find inspiration here.
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Light your deck up the right way and enjoy your space more
Radio interview source: Jim Fellhauer, vice president of franchise development, Nite Time Decor                     Listen to...
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Here are some great ideas from our Summer 2006 issue. Give them a try on your acreage!
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Wood-plastic composites are coming on strong in rural America's yards, while a global timber industry still offers long-lasting natural lumber.
The deck makes the home No home is complete without a deck. But before you build, you'll have to decide exactly what should be underfoot. It's not an easy task. Dozens of companies make...

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