Category: Outdoor Design Archive

Ideas For Outdoor Stair Treads

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on March 31, 2018
Outdoor stair treads – If your property has any type of slope or you can build an elevated structure, a deck or patio is an outdoor staircase or steps usually necessary to get access to all parts of your yard. While steps or stairs is a functional landscape mail, there are ...

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Position For An Outdoor Clothesline As Suggestions

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on March 30, 2018
Outdoor Clothesline – A person often hangs outside clothing – to save money on his electricity bill or simply because he likes the smell of fresh air on his clothes. If fabric softener is used in the wash, the clothes will dry soft rather than “hard”. Usin...

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Outdoor Canopy Tent Installation

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on March 28, 2018
Outdoor canopy tent – Canopy tent can be used for a variety of things such as shielding an outdoor party from rain or sun, and to provide a protected outdoor work-space. The assembly of the canopy tent is fairly simple, but can be awkward at times, and a person could be str...

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Modern Outdoor Room Dividers For Ideal Outdoor Decoration Idea

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on November 24, 2017
Outdoor Room Dividers – One of the things that you may never know when viewing room outdoors is all the thinking and planning that went into the room. It is especially when the people in the family has different needs and requirements. There are many ways you can divide the...

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The Great Idea Of Outdoor Shade Structures For Best Protection

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on November 24, 2017
Outdoor Shade Structures – Continuous exposure to sunlight is one of the reasons why the land for residential and commercial tends to look older and worn. But it is not necessary to be a constant. You can prevent your outside from sun damage and converted into a cozy, quie...

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Outdoor Step Handrail Ideas

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on November 23, 2017
Outdoor step handrail – If you come or go, walking off the steps to be exhausting. Perk up the process by decorating stages. Whether you have a few concrete steps to the door, or an entire flight of wooden slats, there is no reason to remove steps or make any kind of expens...

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Outdoor Deck Tiles And Other Decking Materials

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on November 20, 2017
Outdoor deck tiles are made from recycled wood and plastic. Recycled wood comes primarily from construction debris, wood waste from wood sawing mill, used pallets and post consumer wood remains. This plastic is recycle post-consumer remain, plastic bags, use to milk jugs and othe...

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Different Types Outdoor Roll Up Blinds

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on November 15, 2017
Outdoor roll up blinds – Direct sunlight on a building can be very disturbing if one lacks sun protection of any kind. Shines in through a window, the temperature can rise to uncomfortable levels. But this can be easily avoided by installing sun protection both indoors and ...

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How To Fix An Outdoor Oscillating Fan

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on November 15, 2017
Outdoor oscillating fan are now also available with remote controls that make them even more comfortable. There are those moments when they do not move as fast as they should or make strange noises when turning. Here are some suggestions on how to fix an outdoor oscillating fan. ...

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Installing Outdoor Misting System

Posted in Outdoor Design by Larry B. Provost on November 13, 2017
Outdoor misting system – To install a low-pressure outdoor misting system for a patio, follow these steps. Cut the PVC pipe in lengths of 24 inches. Using a PVC pipe cutter to cut the pipe, because this is easier and will not leave debris in the tube. Cover the tube and noz...