Topic: Outdoor Structures

Found Articles: 54. Displayed from 6 to 10.

Thursday, October 01, 2015

Add style to your yard with outdoor structures

Outdoor spaces have received a lot of attention - and for good reason. They give you more living space and enable you to enjoy your property more. And if you already have a patio or deck, you might not think there's much more to do outside. But there are still other ways to add interest to your yard.

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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Outdoor heat sources help fend off fall’s chill

Chilly fall evenings don’t send Steve and Lisa Sutherland indoors.

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Thursday, September 03, 2015

At Home: Outdoor kitchens

Most folks enjoy dining al fresco, especially as fall’s cooler air gives us reprieve from the dog days of summer. But imagine being able to cook and eat outside — in your own backyard.

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Thursday, August 20, 2015

A Place to Grow helps locals build a structure tailored to their outdoor-meets-indoor needs

In response to the craze of the Man Cave—usually indoor spaces designed by and for men to drink, watch sports, and play video games—a countermovement started, empowering the opposite sex to claim their own space and, at the same time, enjoy their yards.

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Thursday, August 06, 2015

Deck and balcony collapses show the need for inspections

In the summertime, people at parties enjoy being outside, and often that means gathering on a home deck or an apartment or condominium balcony.

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