Are Cable Railings Right For Your Home?

Posted by on May 6, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Are Cable Railings Right For Your Home?

The traditional model for creating railing for a deck or stairway is to use spindles running between your deck and a top rail. Often, these railings are made from wood and come with a low cost but a high susceptibility to weather damage. If you are looking for a more durable and/or less conventional railing choice, then you should at least look at using steel cables.  The Durability of Steel Cables Wood railings are susceptible to rot, water damage, insect infestations, and breaking. Thus, when you integrate them into the design of your...

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Two Ways To Make Your Home More Secure

Posted by on Jan 2, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Two Ways To Make Your Home More Secure

When you lock your house up, you want to know that your home is as secure as possible. However, locking your doors and windows may not be enough to keep a criminal from getting into your house. Therefore, you want to take extra steps to ensure your house is as secure as possible. This article will explain how installing a fence and a security system can make all the difference when it comes to protecting your home. The benefits of installing a fence Criminals look for a place where it is easy for them to get in and out. They don’t want...

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Three Ways To Waterproof A Wood Fence

Posted by on Jun 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three Ways To Waterproof A Wood Fence

Wood fences provide your home with a natural and luxurious aesthetic that other materials simply cannot compete with. However, wood as a building material is extremely susceptible to water damage, which can cause wood to rot and warp with continued exposure. If you are building a wooden fence for your home, you should waterproof it in order to significantly extend the lifespan of your fence and improve its structural stability. There are three main methods to waterproofing a wood fence, all of which offer different sets of benefits over...

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