All posts tagged "patio"
Show Notes: Backyard Oasis
Whether you have a patio, a yard, or a ranch, your backyard should be whatever you want it to be. And that can mean anything from a calm place to unwind, a place to garden, or a...
- Posted June 8, 2019
The benefits of breathing in fresh air
And how to improve your home’s natural ventilation Ever since we were little, we’ve always been encouraged to go outside and do one thing: get some fresh air. Even during the summer months, people tend to forget...
- Posted February 8, 2018
Big-impact ideas for small patio spaces
(BPT) – Do you have a small patio? Do you think you can’t do much with the space due to its size? There’s probably a lot more potential than you think. From the influx of urban dwellers,...
- Posted May 8, 2017
5 simple projects to recreate your backyard
(BPT) – Your focus changes during the warm weather months. Your backyard becomes your new living room and the most memorable evenings are spent outdoors with friends and loved ones. This is provided, of course, that you...
- Posted April 9, 2017
Recycling an old broken concrete patio
Some years back our sister Margaret was married and she and her husband David had their wedding reception at Margaret’s boss’s house in Carmel, California. The wedding and the reception were great, but touring her boss’s whole...
- Posted September 11, 2016
Renew Your Concrete Patio
In this hour, The Carey Brothers discuss how to renew your concrete patio and tips for summer yard maintenance.
- Posted June 18, 2016
7 Steps to Patio Perfection, plus Roxul Products
In this hour, The Carey Brothers are at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas.
- Posted May 14, 2016
Show Notes: Hot Hints to Get Ready for Summer
Summer is almost upon us. Let’s get your barbecue tuned up and your patio or deck decorated to perfection in time for that Memorial Day party. Don’t like fleas, we have cleaning tips to hep prevent those...
- Posted May 7, 2016
Awnings – Cool Protectors
Even though the Sun is 93-million miles away, its rays are a powerful force — coming to Earth at 186,000 miles a second. Its heat, light and destructive ultra-violet rays wreak havoc on everything they touch, from...
- Posted August 21, 2014
Glue in New PTDF Dividers
Question Our patio and cement walk-ways were put in with boards dividing the sections. Over the years the wood has rotted leaving about a 3-inch gap. We can figure out how to anchor new wood. We have...
- Posted March 5, 2014