A Great Winter Project: Bathroom Remodeling

Spring Has Sprung

Make Sure Your Deck Is Ready For You To Enjoy This Season!

Springtime in Newtown, CT couldn’t be more perfect. The birds are chirping; the sun is shining; the skies are crystal blue; the neighborhood smells of BBQ on the grill; the kids are outside playing, and the days get longer and longer. Why wouldn’t you want to enjoy the fresh, spring air and all the smells, sights, and sounds that accompany it? If you have a deck, take full advantage of it this spring and soon-to-be summer season – after you’ve got it ready, of course!

Deck Repairs

Your deck has so much to offer! Before you start enjoying your deck this spring, however, make sure it’s ready for you to enjoy. Deck repairs are essential for your safety and that of others. They also help keep your deck lasting longer.

If your spring remodeling tasks around the house involve deck repairs, consider them done. At Handyman Connection, we fix any and all deck damage or issues, including the following:

• Rickety railings
• Faulty stair stringers and balusters
• Water damage
• Wood rot
• Structural weakness
• Cracked concrete piers
• Weak posts
• Bad beams
• Faulty floor joists
• And more

Deck Additions

On the other hand, if your deck is just fine, but you’d like to make it bigger, consider adding on! A deck that fits your family is great, but having a deck that’s big enough to comfortably fit all your friends and family at BBQs and parties is perfect. If your family has grown since you first built your deck or you simply want a deck that’s big enough to hold more guests or more outdoor furniture, a deck addition is a great idea.

Call Handyman Connection to assist with your spring remodeling around the house. We’ll have your deck ready for spring and summer before you know it! For small deck repairs or a major deck addition, you can count on our experienced team to do the job.

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