If you have ever scrimped and saved to be able to afford household improvements or renovations, then you know that upgrades to your home can be costly, but worth the investment. As such, you want to protect your investment. Learn more about why you should only work with licensed and bonded contractors here.
If you’re anything like us at Dynamic Decks, then you believe that a pet is a family member. As such, you’ll likely want your outdoor space to be as pet-friendly as possible; particularly if you are having to return to the office post-pandemic. Learn more about pet-friendly upgrades to your outdoor living space right
The helpful tips below will educate you on how to care for and clean your PVC deck so that it looks its best from day one! Removing Dirt and Grime Remove any patio furniture, grills, rugs, and other items from the deck. Use a broom or leaf blower to sweep
Are you dreaming of building a deck? Begin planning by gathering all the information you need to make a fully informed decision. You would be surprised at how many people mistakenly believe that waiting until Spring to plan a deck project they want to be able to use in Spring
In the National Association of Realtors and National Association of Landscape Professionals (NAR/NALP) 2016 study called the Remodelling Impact Study, a new deck would recover 106% of its value when the house is sold. Adding a deck enables you to extend your living space giving you that additional “square footage”
What is better than spending time with your family? Spending time with your family outdoors on your deck! These together moments are the ones that make memories to last a lifetime. Check out a few ways to enjoy family time on your deck after, and most importantly, all mobile devices have been silenced: Play
Consumers often feel they are saving some money working with someone who may not be trained for doing the work. When it comes to construction projects, the cheapest options may not always be the best. Consumers often feel they are saving some money working with someone who may not be trained