Winterizing Your Outdoor Living Space

Your outdoor living space not only adds value to your home but offers so many more benefits – like relaxing and enjoying the sights and sounds of nature. Plus, you can customize your property to suit your family’s needs. A well-maintained outdoor space will provide enjoyment and pride of ownership for years to come. When it comes to your home, proper maintenance is key, and your outdoor living space

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Fall paver and hardscape maintenance

Fall is almost here! It’s time to maintain your pavers and hardscapes — walkways, patios and driveways need seasonal care. Protecting these areas before the harsh winter is essential to prevent damage and maintain the lasting beauty these surfaces provide. As temperatures fluctuate, and without proper maintenance your pavers could become damaged — cracks, reduction of joint sand and other problems can cause pavers to move or need to

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Proper Drainage is Key

Without proper drainage, your property can experience a variety of water damaging problems. These headaches range from soil erosion and flooding to smelly mold and mildew. Proper installation of a quality drainage system, coupled with regular inspection and maintenance can increase the value of your property, while safeguarding against the destruction surplus water can produce. Advantages of good drainage system: Stops the accumulation of water which causes flooding and

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The Benefits of Thin Brick Veneer

Thin brick veneer has gained in popularity for a variety of reasons. It provides a look and feel that that can be described as strong, sophisticated and upscale. It adds value to a home and presents a business as stable and secure. Besides aesthetics, thin brick veneer offers a variety of benefits that make it an attractive alternative to other commonly used siding products like wood or vinyl. Great

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Versatile, Durable Belgium Block

Belgium block, also known as Belgian block are quarried stone, cut into large rectangular or cube shapes. They’re often made from granite, but can also be limestone, sandstone or even slate. They range in size between six and twelve inches and have no affiliation with the country of Belgium. Historically speaking, Belgium block is said to have been used as ballast to create weight in European ships that sailed

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Fieldstone: Natural & Beautiful

Fieldstone is natural, and common throughout temperate zones. They aren’t quarried and are often transported by glaciers. Fieldstones lie on or close to the surface. They’re  flat and oval shaped, and while color and size depend on their location, they’re usually composed of granite, sandstone and limestone. Colors tend to be variations of gray, light tan, brown and red. Fieldstone is Versatile.They can be stacked into a retaining wall

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