• Using A Timber Bridge To Improve Your Property's Accessibility

    25 March 2020

    Depending on the terrain of your property, you may find that adding a bridge to some areas can be a useful upgrade to make. The installation of a bridge is a fairly substantial change to make to your property, but the benefits can more than outweigh the research and planning that will be needed to successfully complete this upgrade. Consider The Benefits Of Opting For Timber For The Bridge There are many different materials that you can choose for your new bridge.

  • What To Do When Preparing To Build A Dock

    4 February 2020

    Preparing to build docks is a job that can seem simple, but it has the potential to get complicated quickly. Whether you want to DIY the project or hire a contractor, there are a few things you can do to make the task go more smoothly. Choosing a Type of Dock There are two common types of docks. Floating models use barrels or drums as the floating base. The decking then attaches to the floats.

  • Why Construct A Deck For Your Backyard?

    1 January 2020

    You want to have a deck put in your yard, but you aren't sure how you want to go about it. A deck placed in your backyard in particular can be a great addition to your home and can help you feel more confident with your outdoor living space. Why install a deck in your backyard? This guide will help you determine why you need to have this done. You end up with better space for entertaining

  • 3 Reasons To Have Chimney Repairs Done Before You Move In

    30 November 2019

    Before you purchased your home, you might have had the chimney inspected. During this inspection, you might have found that the chimney isn't in good condition. If this is the case, you might not be in a rush to have the chimney repaired. However, this is something that you and your family might just want to have done before you actually move in for the three reasons below and more.

  • Three Fall Tips To Prepare Your Trees For Winter

    17 October 2019

    Winter is right around the corner, and chances are you have been getting the lawn and garden beds prepared for cold weather and seasonal dormancy. When going about these fall landscaping chores, don't overlook your trees. Taking the right steps in fall can help ensure that your trees are able to survive the cold months. Tip #1: Prune Judiciously Fall pruning is very different from spring pruning. You don't want to remove too much wood or shape too much since heavy pruning can encourage new growth — new growth that is likely to die or become damaged during freezing weather.