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Deck Installation Springfield OR

Enjoy the outdoors and beatify your yard and landscape by installing a new deck. Deck installations are a relatively simple undertaking and add value and appeal to any home. Check the listings below to learn more.

Habitats, Inc.
435 Lincoln St.
Eugene, OR

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Ryan Elliott
Twin Rivers Garage Door
2323 Olympic St. #166
Springfield, OR
Mark Houle
Blue Ridge Tile & Stone
PO Box 41873
Eugene, OR
Dave Boyd
Powder Valley Home Inspections
541 318-0273
25235 Tyro Ave
Veneta, OR
H & H Remodeling & Repair
(541) 746-8081
5335 Daisy St Spc 149
Springfield, OR
Pacific Yurts, Inc.
77456 Hwy 99 South
Cottage Grove, OR

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Laurie Cartwright
Northwest Lawns and Land Maintenance
139 Bampton crt
Eugene, OR
Gabriel Jimenez
(209) 658-6609
1980 Princeton Dr.
Eugene, OR
Romans Marble Granite & Tile Llc
(541) 726-0734
4684 Main St
Springfield, OR
Two Brothers Remodeling & Home Improvement CCB179768
2158 Centennial Blvd.
Springfield, OR
All residential CCB179768
Licenses / Certifications
Bonded and Insured
Years in Business
3 yrs. in Eugene, 30 yrs. in Delaware

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Home Remodeling Tip: Building a Deck

Decks and Patios

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: decks and patios
by Brett

Is this the year you finally put in that new deck or patio, turning your back yard into the outdoor living area you envisioned when you first bought your house? Great! As you design the space, here are a few enhancements to consider that can help you get the most out of your summer space.

Build the Grill
Putting a grill on the new deck is a no-brainer. But if you fancy yourself a backyard gourmet, you might want to consider a built-in grill. A custom grill enclosure can allow you to create a larger prep and cooking space, and allows for more storage outdoors for grilling utensils and frequently used spices. A well-built enclosure will also protect your grill from harsh weather, and gives you the option of running a natural gas line directly to the grill, eliminating the hassle of propane cylinders forever.

Light Up the Night
If you plan on using your deck after dark, you should consider installing outdoor lighting. For smaller decks, spotlights mounted on the housework fine. For larger decks, or for a more intimate feel, low-level indirect lighting can preserve the nighttime atmosphere while still allowing you and your guests to see what you're doing.

Have a Seat!
Patio furniture is a must, but it's not likely to provide enough places to sit if you plan to do a lot of entertaining. Built-in seating can solve this problem. Bench seating installed inst...

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