Did you know that “green” or damp/wet wood is one of the biggest factors in poor construction? There can be reduced structural integrity and many other problems. This infographic illustrates how construction drying services keep lumber at its peak strength and performance. These drying services can save builders time and money. Infographic provided by http://www.polygongroup.com/
Build a Deck, to expand your outdoor living space, if you have ever asked yourself that question then this infographic by Rick’s Custom Fencing and Decking is the one for you. Building a deck is a perfect building block to begin creating a personalized outdoor area. Do you know what you want? Do you know what type of wood you want? do you know what will get your return on investment? I know I didn’t until I read this. Also go to Rick’s Custom Fencing and Decking for more information, I did, and now I not only want a new deck, I also want a pergolas over it, what about you?
A beautiful deck starts with a beautiful wood. Whether you’re building, repairing or updating your deck, learning about the most common types of decking material can be beneficial and fun. Building your deck with a rich wood creates a rich look. There are so many stories and amazing bits of information about woods like Mahogany and Ipe. Learn about these and other decking materials in the infographic below, originally posted by ricksfencing.com.
There’s a good reason engineered wood flooring has become so popular. Engineered wood can be installed quickly, it’s strong, it has improved humidity protection and it can even be used in bathrooms and kitchens. If you’d like to see even more reasons to choose engineered wood flooring, check out the infographic below, courtesy of Viridian.