Author Archive for: ‘atldecking’

atldecking, Author at Atlanta Decks and Fences from Atlanta Decking and Fence Company

Cool Urban Chic Ideas for Porches & Decks

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Is there a way to transform your outdoors into a recreational escape from city life? Today’s urban homeowners are looking for stylish, contemporary, and private spaces where they can feel serene, enjoy cool breezes, or change their confined area into a fun and workable ‘room.’ “Urban homeowners surrounded by noisy traffic can still be in the midst of nature, experience …

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Our Fence Contractors Can Create the Perfect Custom Fence to Suit Your Needs

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There are many reasons to consider a custom fence and there are an equal number of options from which to choose. From privacy fences to arbors with gates, you can achieve the perfect mix of form and function to meet your specific needs. Make sure that your evaluation process includes a review of your community’s or subdivision’s guidelines which typically …

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Patio or Deck – How to pick the best solution for your home

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You’ve decided you want to utilize more of your outdoor space but you’re not sure if you should add a deck or patio. Here are some practical considerations: Return on your investment – According to a recent Remodeling Magazine Cost vs. Value Report, in the first year following installation, you will receive almost 75% of what you pay for your …

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What to Do When the Winter Greys Set In

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It’s time to add more color and light for maximum effect inside and outside your home! Certainly, Atlanta doesn’t have the lengthy winters of the Northeast or Midwest but we do have a bit of dreary weather. That doesn’t mean that our homes have to be grey and colorless too. Here are some ideas to help brighten up curb appeal and …

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A Checklist for Winterizing Your Home

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While Atlanta winters cannot rival Northern cities (and who’s complaining), we do get a bit of cold weather. Here are 10 tips to keep Mother Nature in check for the next couple of months: 1. Disconnect water hoses from external faucets. While you are at it, purchase an inexpensive faucet cover and put it to work. 2. Inspect or install Carbon …

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