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The Importance of Having A New Fence When Selling Your Property

  Is it important to have a new fence when selling my home? When selling your home, there are some small yet significant areas of the property that can easily be renovated to make the sale of your home easier and more profitable. The following article outlines why building a new fence, before moving and…

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Four Reasons To Build A Deck

As you can tell from our photo galleries and social media accounts, we love to build decks. There’s just something about creating a beautiful outdoor space for our customers to enjoy with their families. Plus, the challenge of building them is fun for us! Besides the fact that we like to build them, here’s a…

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How do I prevent my dog from digging under the fence?

There are several reasons that homeowners choose to have a fence built, but the one we hear most often is to keep the kids and dogs safe! It’s important for the family to have a secure outdoor space where the dogs can run and the kids can play in the yard without parents having to…

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How to keep your deck and outdoor living space dry

In the rainy winter months, we get several inquiries from homeowners who are curious about keeping their outdoor living space dry so that it’s usable all year long. Not all products are equal when it comes to waterproofing, especially here in the Pacific Northwest! We have been building decks in the Portland Metro Area for…

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What will my sprinkler do to my fence?

Sprinklers are sneaky buggers, with both pressurized water and low angles they can manage to get water into places where the rain just can’t reach. This can cause damage over time due to rot and mildew if not properly handled, and should be considered when designing your new fence. If you have a vinyl fence…

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Why does my fence have green or black streaks?

Why does my fence have patches of green or black streaks? Does your fence have streaks of black or even green? Whether it’s vinyl or wood this means mold or mildew is making a home—and if you live in wet climates like what we have in the greater Portland area, your fence is even more…

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