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Many of us watch TV shows and see the miraculous transformation of homes and gardens by professionals and amateur do-it-yourselfers.  Is it really that easy, we ask ourselves.  Could I do it?  Where do I begin?  What improvement projects will generate the biggest increase in the value of my home?

There are several good reasons for wanting to improve your home's appearance.  If your residence no longer reflects your changing tastes and lifestyle but you don't want to leave a desirable neighborhood, maybe all you need to do is make one or two basic changes.  Here are a few practical home improvement projects that add esthetic appeal and really pay off.  If a move is in the future, you want home improvement projects that will give you the biggest bang for your buck when it’s time to sell.

Whatever your motives for improving your home, cleaning your home and yard will not only increase the long-term value of your home, they will also provide satisfaction and pleasure for you, the smart homeowner.


Textraw Pine Needle

Textraw Pine Needle is packaged in a 25lb. mini-roll which covers 50 square feet to a depth of 3-3 1/2 inches.  Natural pine needle needs to be top-dressed to compensate for decomposition, and it brittles as it ages, so it cannot be fluffed.  However, Textraw can be fluffed whenever additional volume is desired.  The mini-roll is the equivalent to 2 bales of pine needles.  Since it needs only be maintained over an extended life cycle rather than replaced, long term costs are typically 30% less than natural needle, along with superior appearance and greatly reduced labor.

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Power Washing

Power washing your home every year will not only keep it looking good, but can cut the need to repaint as often.  Power washing aluminum, steel, vinyl or wood siding removes grit that grinds away the surface when it's agitated by wind or rain.  This process is also a good way to prepare a house's surface for repainting.  Once the siding is clean, you may find that you don't need to paint after all.  If your house does need repainting, a thorough power washing removes dirt, mold, mildew, moss, peeling, flaking and chalking paint.

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Home Restoration (before)

Home Restoration (after)

Deck Restoration

Fence Restoration

Driveway Restoration

Brick Restoration


  • Keeps your home looking good.
  • Cuts down the need to repaint as often.  
  • Prepares a house's surface for repainting.  
  • Removes dirt, mildew, moss, peeling, flaking and chalking paint.
  • Exposes rotten wood. 
  • Ensures a longer lasting paint job.


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