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Posts From the monthly archives: "February 2014"
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Ever wonder why the kitchen floor isn’t a rug, or even made out of carpet? Certainly it would be a lot easier to vacuum that space than to sweep it, and a padded surface would feel more comfortable underfoot. My guess? At some point in modern human history, somebody must have had to learn this lesson the hard way. There they were, dressed warmly and comfortably, slaving away on the stove preparing a warm, fulfilling meal on a cold winter’s night. They added the spices and the meats, slow cooking one of the most fabulous chilies that man had ever … Read the rest
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Good, quality materials are the ones that always seem to last a lifetime. They are the constant centrepieces of our social gatherings, the rocks to hold onto in a storm, the Duracell batteries in our electronics (seriously, that bunny can survive anything). When you buy quality, you recognize and cherish it, going out of your way to treat it with the utmost care. Simply put, a lifetime item is something you buy once, and then never need to worry about for the remainder of your days (hence the name).

But such items are rare to find, and usually end … Read the rest

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Annual Survey and Analysis of 16 Million Monthly Users Reveals Top-Rated Building, Remodelling and Design Professionals in Canada

Oakville, Canada, February 4, 2014 – The Deck Store Inc. of Oakville, Ontario has been awarded “Best Of Houzz” by Houzz, the leading platform for home remodelling and design. The Ontario’s Largest Deck design, Build and Supply company was chosen by the more than 16 million monthly users that comprise the Houzz community.

 

Robert Hodichak and Megan Willekes

The Best Of Houzz award is given in two categories: Customer Satisfaction and Design. Customer Satisfaction honors are determined by a variety of factors, including the number … Read the rest

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Homeowners Are Falling For Custom Deck Railings In Toronto

Ever wonder why the kitchen floor isn’t a rug, or even made out of carpet? Certainly it would be a lot easier to vacuum that space than to sweep it, and a padded surface would feel more comfortable underfoot. My guess? At some point in modern human history, somebody must have had to learn this lesson the hard way. There they were, dressed warmly and comfortably, slaving away on the stove preparing a warm, fulfilling meal on a cold winter’s night. They added the spices and the meats, slow cooking one of the most fabulous chilies that man had ever … Read the rest
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Deck Construction Projects in Toronto Start At The Deck Store

Ever wonder why the kitchen floor isn’t a rug, or even made out of carpet? Certainly it would be a lot easier to vacuum that space than to sweep it, and a padded surface would feel more comfortable underfoot. My guess? At some point in modern human history, somebody must have had to learn this lesson the hard way. There they were, dressed warmly and comfortably, slaving away on the stove preparing a warm, fulfilling meal on a cold winter’s night. They added the spices and the meats, slow cooking one of the most fabulous chilies that man had ever … Read the rest
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What Design Professionals Expect from a Deck Company


When a landscape designer refers a deck company, what do they want? The lowest cost? Kickbacks? Shortcuts? Not anymore.

Interior/ Landscape Designers often find dealing with Deck Companies a challenge, and vice versa. The skills of deck builders varies wildly and often there is a bit of a culture clash that can happen when expectations are not met. Designers, Landscape Designers and Architects are all quite different breeds and meeting their expectations can be a challenge for some builders. This post gives an insight into what makes our relationships with designers and architects of all descriptions successful.
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