1. Can Deck Cleaner Kill Grass? (3 Non-Toxic Natural Alternatives)

    Can Deck Cleaner Kill Grass?

    Before I started the project of cleaning my deck this weekend, a question popped into my head. After doing some landscaping in my backyard I was concerned the deck cleaning product could kill my grass and freshly planted flowers. I did a quick Google search but it was hard to find an answer so I decided to write this blog post so others with the same question can get a clear answer. I also wanted to add some amazing and easy-to-make all-natural cleaning products that I ran across during my research.

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  2. DEKOR LED Deck Lights Product Spotlight

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    DEKOR Lighting is a leading provider of high-quality, innovative lighting solutions for both indoor and outdoor applications. DEKOR's extensive product line includes landscape lights, dock lights, hardscape lights, interior lights, colored lighting, and much more. DEKOR also offers a wide variety of deck lights, including led outdoor lights, that serve to highlight your outdoor living space, provide a warm feel, and keep your deck bright at night to help with safety.

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  3. How to Build and Design a Ground Level Deck

    How to Build and Design a Ground Level Deck

    Ground-level decks cost less and are easier to build than other standard decks. Here is what you should know before you begin designing your new deck.

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  4. 10 Deck Design Ideas for Your Next Project

    10 Deck Design Ideas for Your Next Project

    Get inspired with these deck design ideas, you will be able to turn your outdoor living space into a relaxing getaway for you and your family.

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  5. Your Guide on How to Paint a Deck

    Your Guide on How to Paint a Deck

    Painting a deck is great to get that updated new look without spending a lot of money or hiring a professional. Paint acts a lot like deck stain where it also protects your deck from damage. Painting a deck that looks professional is not rocket science by any means but you will want to follow the steps below to get the best results.

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  6. Materials You Should Use for Your Pool Deck

    Materials You Should Use for Your Pool Deck

    Nothing completes the look of your pool like a brand new deck does. Not only does a deck help with safety but also adds a modern look to the landscape. If you are ready to install decking by your pool or looking to upgrade an existing deck this article is for you. We go over everything you need to know and how to choose the best materials.

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  7. How to Refinish a Deck

    How to Refinish a Deck

    Wood decks wear and tear over the years and need to be stained every so often. This gives your deck the just-built look and a new life. It may seem like a daunting task to refinish your deck. Or maybe you don't know where to start. That's ok because The Deck Store experts are here to help.

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  8. Spring Cleaning Deck Maintenance Checklist

    Spring Cleaning Deck Maintenance Checklist

    Spring is just around the corner or maybe when you are reading this it's already here. Spring cleaning your deck is a must, especially in the colder states. Upkeep and maintenance are whats going to keep your wood deck lasting for years. There are several things you should check before you enjoy your deck during the summer months and we will walk you through each and every one below.

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  9. How Much Weight Can My Deck Hold?

    How Much Weight Can My Deck Hold?

    This is a guest post from LBM Journal:

    As homeowners enter the summer months, many are looking into DIY projects that will allow them to upgrade their outdoor living space. As they do, a common question deck professionals receive is, “how much can my deck hold?”

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  10. New Deck vs. Re-Deck

    New Deck vs. Re-Deck

    This is a guest post from LBM Journal:

    I've been in this industry for 29 years, and if there is one thing I've noticed it's that there are a large number of decks in the U.S. that are more than 20 years old. A lot of homeowners are looking to update their outdoor living space this year—and that's why they come to you. Now, a great deal has happened in the last 20 years: codes have changed and building materials are evolving and enhancing every few years. For that very reason, when a customer comes into the store wanting to salvage and rebuild their existing deck, there are some key considerations.

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