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Many homeowners use their deck predominantly during the spring and summer months and may not consider using it after the weather turns cold. However, not utilizing your deck through the off-season means you’re not getting the most value from your investment. Here are 3 ideas for taking advantage of your outdoor space regardless of the weather.
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We love it when our products help unleash the creativity in designers and homeowners. So, you can imagine our delight when we saw the fantastic outdoor space dreamed up by the gifted Matt Daly, founder of California’s Water & Earth Landscape Design. Matt took a barren plot of land and, with the help of TimberTech, transformed it into a spectacular outdoor living space.
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The days are getting shorter. The air is getting cooler. But don’t pack up the patio furniture just yet. Fall is one of the best seasons for outdoor entertaining. All you need to do is make a few simple seasonal adjustments to your outdoor space. To help, we’ve complied some of our favorites for your next fall gathering.
Rooftops are evolving beyond the functional. Now they’re popular spaces to entertain, enjoy nature, or lounge under the stars with a glass of wine. While most commonly found atop urban dwellings, rooftop decks are becoming popular for suburban homes, too. Here are seven of our favorite ideas to consider to take your rooftop deck to the next level.
The right deck starts with choosing the right materials. Learn about the advantages of capped polymer and composite decking — and why they’re leaving natural wood in the dust. Click to see the infographic.
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