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Let’s look at some simple ways to make your patio more functional for summer get togethers or family cookouts.

Here are the patio must-haves for summer parties.

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A lot of times, customers will ask us how far we will go to install our product—we joking say our truck have wheels, so we can go practically anywhere.

This question actually makes us think of a story; a special request by a dear customer.

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Have a quick look at our Memorial Day sale event!

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If you’ve recently added a new stone patio to your house, it’s time to spruce it up and make it your own!

Patios can be a wonderful addition to your home, especially during the spring and fall when the days are warm and nights are chilly. Here are some ideas to spruce up your patio to make it more functional and enjoyable.

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In our new video, we explain why it's a good idea to hire a professional, experienced patio installer for your new outdoor space. 

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Pellet stoves are gaining in popularity because of their low cost, their low maintenance, and their lower impact on the environment.

Let’s look at some of the reasons why a pellet stove may just be the best option for your home’s heating needs.

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In the market for a new grill to use on your patio or deck? Here are some of the most important things to consider when selecting a grill for your patio.

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With spring in full-bloom, home-owners are starting the transition from using their indoor fireplaces to using an outdoor fireplace.

Before you make the transition yourself, here are some tips to maintaining your outdoor fireplace and getting it ready for the outdoor seasons.

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Now that spring has finally arrived, it’s time to start thinking about what you’ll be doing with your fireplace during the off-season. Most home-owners will simply leave the fireplace as-is and not bat another eye.

Others of us prefer to do a little something extra with our fireplace at the end of the burning season.

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Creosote is a dangerous substance, but exactly why is it dangerous? Here we explain what creosote is, why creosote is dangerous, and what you can do about it.
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