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  1. 10 tips for decorating with wood

    When it comes to creating character, some may argue there is no substitute for wood. Real wood is unique, no two pieces identical. For many reasons, wood is one of the main if not preferred materials of artisans. These days many interior designers and homeowners are also looking to wood more than ever as a way to infuse one-of-a-kind or unexpected design elements into a space. Love the look of wood but need some ideas? Here are some top tips.

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  2. How can I prepare my deck for the warm season?

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    An outdoor deck provides great comfort and luxury for spring and summer outdoor entertaining. But, even the most well-constructed deck needs to be well-maintained and inspected every so often. Wood decks require the most maintenance, but even composite decks need to be checked. Follow these steps to ensure a safe deck season for your family.

    INSPECT YOUR DECK

    At least once per year, conduct your own inspection of the deck to identify ...
  3. Manufactured Homes for Sale: What You Need to Know

    Buying a home can be stressful!

    Are you looking to buy a home? There are all different options. You can buy a studio apartment in a city, a condominium, a new or used stick built home, trailer, or manufactured home. If you are a city dweller, a studio apartment may seem "hip", but it is also very costly. What about a condominium? They are nice and maintenance free, however, you may have ever-changing neighbors, that can be quite noisy at times.

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  4. DIY Guide on How to Build a Wooden Fence

    The first thing that you should do when it comes to building a fence is to check local homeowner's association regulations and local codes so that you can check whether there are some rules on placement, size, and style that you have to consider.

    Therefore, if you need a permit, you will have to think everything through. For wood fencing, you will have to determine your property lines, so check out with your neighbor about the plans, because you do not want to create a hassle afterward. ...