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Patio deck is an extension that is attached to the main build for outdoor activities. All types deck have become very popular as people look for ways to expand their home surface area and have a place to enjoy the outdoor feeling which taking part in activities as reading or just talking. The patio deck can be made from several materials as wood, stones and concrete, and metal. The stone and concrete are more durable and require minimal maintenance. On the other hand the wooden patio deck is more appealing but is always prone to dangers as cracks, pesticide, weather and deterioration due to age or rot. The choice of the patio deck to erect is determined by factors as finance, materials available, craftsmanship, space available, and the structure of the main building and intended usage of the deck depending on the number of the people to use it. Patio deck can be used for other functions as parties, weddings and many other events depending on its size and the number of people expected.
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Call Portland Painters For Quality Painting ServicesPosted by Andrew Bimbo. Published on May 01, 2010 Painting your house is really a big and laborious task. Whether you are painting your old house or new house, it is the colors you select, that will make your house look attractive. choosing one color or a couple of colors for the exterior depends on your taste, but a lighter color for the exterior makes the house look larger. Cline PaintingPosted by Keven Rameiez. Published on Jan 28, 2010 Cline Quality Painting will prepare surfaces properly for painting. Poorly prepared surfaces affect the appearance and quality of the new paint. To properly prepare surfaces for repainting is time consuming, but yields great end results, and increases durability of newly painted surfaces. Hiring A Painter? Use Our Checklist To Help You Sort Through The DetailsPosted by Cathy Rust. Published on Jul 29, 2009 When you move in to your first place you tend to go to the hardware or paint store, pick up a couple of cans of paint and do the job yourself. It might take a few days after work every night, or maybe you're using your holiday time to paint, but eventually it gets done. There comes a time, however, when you realize that it's time to bring in the professionals. Log Staining Tips For Log CabinsPosted by Brian Gabriel. Published on May 28, 2009 Staining a log cabin is a big job. You want to do it right to justify all your hard work. Follow these tips to give you a job you can be proud of and a cabin that will look beautiful for years to come. Painting Plaster Walls And CeilingsPosted by Allison Ryan. Published on May 26, 2009 If you plan to finish the ceiling in flat (flat third coat), you must take care to avoid the occurrence of laps. Whereas a paint containing oil can be worked out and wider stretches covered, flat does not permit such freedom, because it sets quickly. Begin painting the same as second coat, but do not cover a width of more than 1 inch. Brush the paint out, without fussing with it and blend in a semi-circular manner. How To Roll Walls CorrectlyPosted by Vic Nagy. Published on Apr 14, 2009 I know this sounds very basic but I see a lot of people who really don't know how to roll a wall properly. To start with fill your tray about halfway up in the trough this leaves you enough room on the ramp to move the roller back and forth on it to get a nice and even consistent layer of paint all in the refill. You don't want the roller dripping wet with an access of paint on it. When you start a fresh role,place the roller into the trough getting it wet, come back up to the ramp with the part with the ridges on it and the role the roller back and forth on the ramp to even out the paint distribution on the roller then flip the roll around and go back into the trough and repeat the process. Tips For Getting An Affordable Exterior Paint JobPosted by Dorothy Sander. Published on Feb 05, 2009 Facing the daunting task of hiring a contractor to paint your house? Follow these simple guidelines when looking for an affordable paint job for your home's exterior and save time and money. Prep To PaintPosted by Dusty Lindemann. Published on Feb 02, 2009 A fresh coat of paint is an easy solution to refresh an old, dingy room. To get maximum value, invest a few hours before you paint to make sure the walls are ready to take it. Here are four things to think about when applying a fresh coat of paint. Finding A House PainterPosted by Rachel Spohn. Published on Jan 29, 2009 There are many reasons why some people decide to hire a house painter, but knowing exactly how to go about it can be confusing. If you want professional-looking results and none of the stress of doing it yourself, follow these few easy steps to finding a painter who fits your needs. Kids Mural Or Nursery Murals – A How-to Painting GuidePosted by Michael Goins. Published on Dec 16, 2008 Painting a nursery or kids room is one of the most enjoyable home projects you will ever do. It gives you an excuse to explore your inner child and go a little wild. Though some people might be a bit intimidated by the idea of picking up a paint brush and painting a full nursery mural, by reading this article and exploring the given resources, you will discover just how easy and fun it can be. Go to page:
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