Kitchens are moving outside. And they’re doing it in a big way.
The arrival of milder temperatures means dining al fresco, hosting neighborhood cookouts and enjoying intimate cocktail parties under the stars.
First introduced in the late 1980s, composite decking quickly gained acceptance among builders and homeowners who recognized and appreciated being able to achieve a natural wood look without the ongoing hassles of upkeep.
If you’re voting Democrat this fall, you’re more likely than your Republican-voting counterparts to spend the extra money to hire a professional for your home projects.
Updating your laundry room with a distinctive design and increased functionality can be one of the most exciting ways to refresh your home.
Mature trees increase property value by as much as 10 percent, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
Nearly 40 million decks in North America are projected to be more than 20 years old – and likely showing their age, according to the North American Deck and Railing Association.
Whether spring or summer, extended breaks from the day-to-day routines are great for making new family memories.
If your backyard beckons when temperatures climb, an outdoor kitchen may be the perfect answer for your next construction or remodeling project.
Natural stone is one of the most beautiful materials available for residential and commercial design. Each piece is unique and can fit effortlessly into a variety of decors, making it a top choice for consumers and designers.