Adding a fence is a no-brainer for most properties; after all, they boost curb appeal, increase privacy and security, and define your property lines. However, there is no one-size-fits-all fencing solution for every property, so before you build your fence, take some time to research your choices and consider the following points before you make your fencing selections.
All fences provide privacy, security, and a beautiful backyard focal point. However, there are some fencing types that have an additional aesthetic focus. If you want to add a decorative fence to your yard, but need some inspiration, this guide is for you! Below we will cover some of the most popular decorative fencing options.
Many homeowners consider a fence an essential component of their homes and properties, and for good reasons! Fences provide security and privacy and define your property lines, on top of reducing noise and amplifying curb appeal. Of course, different fencing types have different qualities that each provide their own unique spin on the common attributes we just mentioned.
If you’re still deciding between adding a fence to your property or leaving it bare, keep reading below – we may just change your mind!
When upgrading your backyard, common recommendations include adding pergolas or arbors, and while on the surface, they may seem very similar, they actually do have their differences. However, with both structures, you can expect they will add lasting value to your property and create an inviting space for your family and friends to gather.
These beautiful and functional structures will give you the most enviable backyard in the neighborhood, but choosing between them can be overwhelming. We’ve taken the guesswork out for you, so read on below to learn more about pergolas vs. arbors!
A deck can be the perfect living space extension to your home without having to undergo expensive remodeling and additions. However, if you don’t have adequate lighting set up on your deck, you likely aren’t using it as often as you could be. To maximize the usage of your deck – at any time of day or night – consider adding one, or multiple of our below deck lighting ideas.
If you’ve been researching ways to add shade to your backyard and improve your home’s curb appeal, you’ve likely come across pergolas and gazebos as two valid options for boosting your property value. While deciding between the two options may be daunting, the choice really comes down to your goals for the space. Below we will explain the differences between pergolas and gazebos, as well as the pros and cons of each, so you can make the best decision for your home.
While the Central Texas heat can be unbearable at times, it’s not a viable solution to stay indoors 100% of the time. The better solution is simple – add more shade to your backyard. Not only will the shade keep your yard tens of degrees cooler, but the shade solutions we go on to mention in this post will definitely boost your curb appeal. If you’re looking to add some additional shade to your yard, but don’t know what options you have available, this post is for you! Below we will cover some more common backyard shading options, including our favorite – the pergola.
Let’s face it, no matter how large your home is, it always seems like we’re wishing for more space. More room for entertaining, more space for cooking, and an extra place for the kids to play. Unfortunately, adding an addition to your home isn’t always an option, but there is a more flexible and affordable option – adding a deck.
If you’ve thought about adding a deck before, but are curious about the full benefits you would enjoy with the addition, this post is for you.
May is deck safety month, which is the perfect time to review deck safety best practices to ensure your favorite backyard addition is safe for the whole family. Whether you recently added a deck to your backyard, or are interested in adding one, it’s never too late to tackle common deck safety issues. Review our checklist of top deck safety tips and contact us if you need any of the items repaired so your whole family can enjoy your deck for years to come.