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Capped Composite Decking – The New Pool and Hot Tub Surround

It’s that time of year when homeowners are opening their pools and assessing their summer hotspot. If your pool surround has seen better days, you may want to consider breaking from the traditional concrete, stone or paver patio and investigate capped composite decking for around your backyard oasis. It’s the “not so new kid on the block” and the products just keep getting better.

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Supporting your Deck Hot Tub

Hot tub deck additions have become more popular since the Coronavirus pandemic. They are a wonderful way to unwind and enjoy your outdoor space. Adding a hot tub to your deck involves more than just buying one and bringing it home. There are structural and design details that will need to be addressed first. This is not a typical do-it-yourself project as it does require a high-level of construction experience. We suggest working with a professional outdoor builder.

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Deck Railing Decisions

When you are investing in an outdoor living space, material decisions are just as valuable as working with a qualified contractor/designer. One of the more important decisions will be your railing choice. Railings will be the first thing guests see when they look up at your deck, so you will want a stylish presentation. You will also want a railing that aligns with your home, lifestyle, and personality. We have broken them down for you by the more popular material selections – vinyl, wood, aluminum, and composite.
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Staining your Wood Deck

We all want a great looking outdoor living space. When you invest in a pressure treated wood deck, staining and sealing comes with the territory! Whether you are a seasoned wood deck owner, or this is your first time owning a wood deck, the staining and sealing process can be a difficult one. Not to worry! Here at Cedarbrook, we have great tips to share with you!

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Designing with Limited Outdoor Space

If you have limited outdoor space, you may be wondering what ways there are to capitalize on the space you have. This is an increasingly common concern as some newer communities move towards shared spaces such as parks, pools, playgrounds, and other communal areas, while leaving homes with smaller yards on a smaller plot of land. A clever outdoor living space design can help you get the most out of your yard! Here at Cedarbrook, we’ve gathered some of our favorite small outdoor spaces to help inspire the design of your very own limited outdoor living space!

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