Outdoor Living On Your Deck/Patio While Social Distancing

Spring is already here and the fun activities that we used to do during this season seems to be a dream for now, especially with the novel coronavirus affecting the world. We can’t go out in public and meet our friends to have some fun while the virus is not fully contained yet. However, being home quarantined doesn’t mean you only need to be within the four walls of your home.
Your deck, patio or your backyard is a good place to enjoy the great outdoors while still observing social distancing. Here are the 7 fun activities you can do within the safety of your backyard while social distancing.

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Choose Trex for Your Next Deck

Now that the spring and summer seasons are finally upon us, it’s the perfect time to gather your family and friends or host a barbeque party. For that perfect gathering, you need a perfect place. If you have a backyard, why not build a deck on it?  Adding a deck is one of the perfect ways to spruce up the exterior of your home while giving your family more space to live in and entertain guests too. 

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Get Your Yard Ready for Fence Installation

So, you’ve finally decided to install a fence to your home. That’s good news! Fences are a perfect way to improve your home’s curb appeal while providing security and privacy. Many homebuyers would prefer a home with a fence installed as it gives them an additional sense of security. Your home is your most important investment; therefore, it needs protection against outside threats. And you can do that by installing a fence around your home’s perimeter. It will somehow signal to passersby that the place is a private property and they are only allowed to enter the area without permission.

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Minimize/Prevent Mold And Mildew From Growing On Your Deck

If your deck is located in a shady or wet location, chances are, there will be mold and mildew. Having this on your deck is never a good sign. A deck built too close to the ground can allow mold and mildew to multiply. However, it doesn’t mean that you cannot get rid of mold and mildew. The best way to control mold and mildew is to clean your deck regularly. However, when you fail to do this, you can still find a solution to your problem. The appearance of mold and mildew should not be taken for granted before it can cause some serious deck problems. Follow the tips below to help you minimize the appearance of mold and mildew in your deck.

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