Repairing, Restoring and Repurposing Old Decking: Tips. Ideas and Facts
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Repairing, Restoring and Repurposing Old Decking: Tips. Ideas and Facts

A deck is a beautiful outdoor asset to your home, and the right deck can make your living space seem larger. Hi, my name is Jackie, and I am a lover of all things related to the home. I enjoy decorating, repairing, restoring, and reading about ideas and even cleaning. Thanks to the success of our family business, I am able to work from home, and as I spend so much time here, I want it to look beautiful. If you want to have a beautiful home, I want to help you as well. In this blog, I am going to focus on decks in particular. I want to talk about repairing them, restoring them and reusing their old wood in new projects. If you want ideas or inspiration, I invite you to stay, take a look and enjoy these posts.

Repairing, Restoring and Repurposing Old Decking: Tips. Ideas and Facts

  • Flood Damaged Carpet? Try Carpet Restoration Instead Of Replacing It

    19 October 2015

    If your home has been affected by floods, then you may have had considerable damage done to your carpets. Often, it may seem like the only option is to replace the carpet. However, if you don't have an insurance policy to cover the replacement and have to pay the cost yourself, this can be a very expensive undertaking. Fortunately, it is possible to have your carpets restored by a professional carpet restoration company like Revive Disaster Recovery.

  • Upholstery Repairs | 4 Easy Steps to Use a Patch For Mending Unsightly Tears in New Upholstery

    14 October 2015

    There's nothing more frustrating than a tear in your furniture, making even the newest pieces look timeworn and ragged. While you may perhaps need to get professional upholstery repairs from a company like Action Upholstery Services for large tears, you can easily mend smaller tears on your own if you know how to handle a needle and thread. Depending on the area and size of the tear, your mending solutions will vary.

  • Common Mistakes Homeowners Make When Repairing Their Own Wood Windows

    14 October 2015

    Wood windows can make a home look cozy and traditional and soften the look of aluminum siding. One drawback to wood windows is that they may need repair more often than aluminum or PVC materials. While you may be tempted to make your own repairs when wood windows get chipped or cracked or otherwise need some attention, you want to ensure you do the job right. Note a few common mistakes made by many homeowners who repair their own wood windows so you can avoid these mistakes yourself.

  • A Few Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Making Repairs to a Bitumen Driveway

    9 October 2015

    Having a bitumen driveway can mean a softer surface that is less brittle and therefore less likely to crack in extremely cold temperatures. It may also shift more readily with the ground underneath it and, in turn, suffer fewer cracks and chips on soft soil. However, this doesn't mean that bitumen is somehow indestructible and that it will never need repairs. If you plan on tackling needed repairs on your own, you need to ensure that you take time to plan the job properly and avoid as many mistakes as possible.

  • Common Concrete Repair Mistakes You Want to Avoid

    8 October 2015

    When your driveway or walkway has a chip or crack in the concrete, you can often make minor repairs on your own. There are concrete patch mixes you can buy from the home improvement store, mix up in a large bucket and apply with a trowel or other simple tool. However, many homeowners who try to handle these repairs on their own make some simple and common mistakes that make the repair job very poor quality.