There are three principal types of patio doors; folding, French, and sliding. In this article, you will learn about the features of each and how to choose the one that best fits your needs.
Pools and outdoor living spaces. If you’ve ever spent a summer in Dallas-Fort Worth, you know that your yard really can’t have one without the other. As much as everyone loves a long swim in July, a covered patio space or pergola is the perfect spot to retreat to once your skin starts looking like a prune. On the other hand, an outdoor living area just looks empty without a nice cool pool to jump into once temperatures break the century mark. That’s why we were inspired to post this blog of some of the best ways pools and outdoor living can blend seamlessly together to create an outdoor paradise.
As a long, cold winter finally fades into the rearview mirror, the flowers begin to bloom and warm sunshine radiates off green grass, the long neglected urge to spend some time outside hits you. But once you step out your back door, you realize your yard and patio aren’t up to snuff, particularly with those springtime storms and that sizzling summer heat both right around the corner. Don’t panic! There’s still time to get the outdoor parts of your home into gear. And it starts by getting adequate coverings for portions of your outdoor space. Here are four types of outdoor living covers you should be considering.
Everybody wants to add some curb appeal to their front yards. A great entrance design includes a clear path to the front door, good lighting, and attractive plantings, but the details are up to you! In the photo above, a central staircase and straight walkway form a stately approach for this gracious Colonial house.
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