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What Sets the Archatrak Porcelain Paver Pedestal System Apart ?

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James Moylan

Friday, December 27, 2019

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With the increasing desire to utilize every square foot of a home, it’s little surprise the popularity of rooftop decks is on the rise. If you’re looking into converting your roof into usable exterior living space, you’re bound to come across a number of companies providing the materials to accomplish this job.

The PierTech Footer System: Speed Of Construction

Posted in: Screen Porch, Decks in Virginia, Deck Contratcors, Deck Building Tips, Screen Porch in Maryland, hire a decking contractor, deck builders, patio questions, how to build a patio, home additons, deck questions, upscale deck features, deck topics, porch topics, decking questions, Deck Care, decks in Washington, D.C., Screened Porch in Virginia, home improvement, Hire a Contractor, Screen Room, Georgetown, screened porch in Washington, DC, Screened-in Porch, piertech, custom deck, screen room addition, screen room ideas, screen room design, screen porch design

James Moylan

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

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Home construction projects often have a reputation for taking longer (and costing more) than originally anticipated. This becomes especially pronounced when the project is a significant undertaking, such as foundation work. With the PierTech footer system, however, new construction installs, as well as foundation repair work, can be done significantly faster than the traditional wood and concrete system.

Archatrak Porcelain Pavers: what's New In 2020 ?

Posted in: home additons, deck questions, upscale deck features, high-end deck features, deck topics, deck materials, Deck Care, decks in Washington, D.C., deck waterproofing, Porch and Deck Care, outdoor accessories, home improvement, rooftop decks, Tile Decks, rooftop decks in Washington, DC, building a rooftop deck, Archatrak, porcelain, deck pavers, porcelain pavers, Deck tiles, Georgetown, rooftop deck design, custom deck

James Moylan

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Porcelain Pavers Roof Deck in Washington DC

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If you’re familiar with the Archatrak brand, you most likely know them for their elegant and versatile porcelain pavers. The brand, however, has a lot of exciting products and innovative applications that will be available in the New Year. Here’s a quick look at some of what Archatrak will offer in 2020.

Safety Concerns : The Pier Tech System versus Traditional Footing Systems

Posted in: home improvement, Porch and Deck Accessories, building a deck, Screen Room, screened porch in Washington, DC, Screened-in Porch

James Moylan

Thursday, November 21, 2019

 

Nothing is more important than the safety of your family, and if you’re considering undertaking a home construction project as important and significant as foundation work, the safety of the system you use for that work should absolutely be a consideration.

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Pier Tech Footers versus Pressure - Treated Wood Footers

Posted in: hire a decking contractor, Contracting Questions, outdoor living, deck topics, Porch and Deck Care, home improvement, Hire a Contractor, building a deck, Screened Porch

James Moylan

Monday, November 18, 2019

PierTech Footers versus Pressure-Treated Wood Footers

Without a solid foundation, a home can be put into major jeopardy. Foundation issues can result in uneven flooring, cracks in drywall or ceilings, sticking doors or windows, or gaps between walls and ceilings or walls and floors. Cracks in the actual foundation concrete or a sagging roof are two external indicators of foundation problems. If this settling is allowed to continue without addressing it, it can ultimately lead to real structural damage to your home—and very real financial damage as well.pressure treated wood rot