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5 Basic Deck Building Tips for 2019

Posted in: Decks in Maryland, Decks in Virginia, Deck Building Tips, Deck Building Questions, Deck Tips, deck questions, decking questions, deck contractors, decks in Washington, D.C., rooftop decks, Tile Decks, Zuri decks in Maryland, Zuri decks in Virginia

James Moylan

Saturday, April 20, 2019

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Whether you're hiring a deck builder or planning to build a deck yourself this year, the same considerations should be taken into account during the planning phase of your new deck design project. By asking yourself the important questions and planning ahead, you earn yourself a better chance of building a structure you will use for years without regret in how you designed it.

How Much Value Does a Deck Add Value to Homes in Maryland and Virginia?

Posted in: Decks in Maryland, Decks and Patios, Decks in Virginia, deck questions, outdoor living spaces, decks in Washington, D.C., rooftop decks

James Moylan

Tuesday, August 07, 2018

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A deck addition is an easy, non-intrusive, and valuable way to add additional living space to your home. In Montgomery County, Maryland and Fairfax County, Virginia homeowners can expect to use their deck for 9 months out of the year.  By using low maintenance decking and taking the appropriate precautions during winter months, home owners can expect 20-25 years out of the deck project.

Considerations for Choosing the Right Low-Maintenance Decking Material

Posted in: Decks in Maryland, Decks in Virginia, Deck Contratcors, Deck Building Tips, Deck Building Questions, Zuri Deck, Deck Products, Deck Tips, Deck Design, Deck Maintenance, deck builders, deck add-ons, deck topics, porch topics, deck boards, decking questions, deck contractors, Zuri decking questions, Trex Decking, Porch and Deck Accessories, rooftop decks, green decking, Tile Decks, Zuri decks in Maryland, Zuri decks in Virginia, AZEK

James Moylan

Monday, July 23, 2018

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Choosing the Right Materials for Your Deck Design in Maryland, Virginia or DC

Planning on building a new deck in Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC? The biggest factor influencing a deck's longevity, apart from the design itself, is the decking material used in its construction. What the material is and how its maintained, whether its stained hardwood decking or low-maintenance deck boards, determines the difference between a deck that lasts decades and one that shows its age after only a few years.

The 5 Most Significant Decking Trends of 2019

Posted in: Decks in Maryland, Decks and Patios, Decks in Virginia, Deck Contratcors, infrared heaters, outdoor kitchens, outdoor kitchen cabinets, Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens, Infratech outdoor heaters, Infratech, Infratech infrared heaters, deck boards, Deck handrails, decks in Washington, D.C., Porch and Deck Care, Trex Decking, Porch and Deck Accessories, rooftop decks, Zuri decks in Maryland, Zuri decks in Virginia, kitchen appliances

James Moylan

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

trex deck with trex lighting in howard county, maryland

While most people think of decks as pretty basic additions to homes, 2019 is proving they can be a lot more. So, say good-bye to your standard deck boards and railings because the hottest trend this year is making a deck that doesn’t look anything like a traditional deck!

Trex Warranty Guide

Posted in: Decks in Maryland, Decks and Patios, Decks in Virginia, deck boards, decks in Washington, D.C., Trex Decking, Trex

James Moylan

Thursday, October 20, 2016

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Trex Warranties: What Is and Isn’t Included

When it comes to deciding what material you’re going to use on your next decking project, it’s undoubtedly a big decision. Whatever you end up choosing is going to have financial and other ramifications, both immediately and down the line. If you’re considering Trex decking boards as a potential choice, the warranties on their products might just help swing your decision.