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Zuri Deck and Screen Room Design in Potomac, Maryland

Posted in: Screen Porch, Deck Screens, Zuri Deck, Deck Design, Screen Porch in Maryland, design exercise, design blog, zuri decking, porch add-ons, Premium Zuri decking, Porch and Deck Accessories, SCREENEZE, SCREENEZE screening system, Zuri decks in Maryland

James Moylan

Wednesday, November 06, 2019

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If you’re considering adding a Zuri deck to your home in 2020, you have a lot of options to consider. From the actual Zuri material to the layout and logistics of your deck, how you want to revamp your outdoor space in 2020 includes a laundry list of variables. To help inspire you and possibly generate some ideas you want to incorporate into your project, take a look at this new Zuri deck construction job in Potomac, Maryland.

What is a Design-Build Firm Compared to a Standard Deck Builder?

Posted in: Screen Porch Questions, Deck Building Questions, Deck Design, Contracting Questions, deck questions

James Moylan

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

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What Is a Design-Build Firm, and How Does It Differ from a Standard Deck Builder in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC?

When it comes to installing a new deck, there’s always a lot to consider, but one issue you might not have thought about is whether you want to work with a deck builder or a design and build firm. What’s the difference between these two very different professionals, though, and which is right for your project?

What Do Low-Maintenance Deck Boards Look Like After Three Years of Use?

Posted in: Deck Screens, Deck Design, retractable screen porch, low-maintenance decking, deck topics, deck boards, Deck Care

James Moylan

Friday, April 05, 2019

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 Design Build Blog:  How a Fiberon Deck Looks After 3 Years

Decks in Maryland are a great investment because they're rigid, dependable, permanent fixtures of your landscape. Rain or shine, outdoor living spaces endure the best and worst that nature has to offer. That's why it's important to protect your screened porch in Maryland or deck in Virginia with preventative care and yearly maintenance. Here are pictures of a low-maintenance Fiberon deck design in Bowie, Maryland with a retractable screened porch after three years of use:

How to Save Money on Your New Deck Design in 2019

Posted in: Deck Building Tips, Deck Building Questions, Deck Tips, Deck Design, deck builders, rooftop decks in Washington, DC, building a deck, building a rooftop deck, Deck tiles

James Moylan

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

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How to be Efficient and Economical When Building a New Deck Design

When it comes down to it, decks serve to increase the amount of usable space around or on top of a property. They are functional and accessible to all ages for entertaining, relaxing, cooking, and more. However, they can cost a lot in terms of the time and money required to invest in the design and build of a high-quality, low-maintenance deck. To ensure a solid economical plan heading into a project, here are 5 top tips:

3 Tips for Building a Rooftop Deck for a Historical Home in Washington, DC

Posted in: Deck Building Tips, Deck Building Questions, Deck Design, deck builders, Porch and Deck Accessories, rooftop decks, rooftop decks in Washington, DC, building a rooftop deck, historic deck building

James Moylan

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

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3 Important Things to Consider When Building a Rooftop Deck Design in Chevy Chase, Bethesda, or elsewhere in Washington, DC

Building in a historical zone is always challenging, and when that build involves something like a rooftop deck, the logistics of the project become even more complicated. That being said, it’s entirely possible to create a stunning rooftop deck in the Washington, DC, or Bethesda historical districts; there are just some important things to keep in mind before the project gets under way.