Helping you plan your home improvement project, from start to finish

  • 5 Landscaping Ideas For Pool Lovers

    To help your pool blend with the natural landscape of your backyard, it’s important to accent it with décor. Pool lovers can choose from any number of decorations and landscaping items to give their fluid addition just the right form and function.

    By Andrea Davis Apr 21, 2014
  • 6 Pros And Cons Of Picket Fences

    Picket fences evoke feelings of the American Dream, traditionalism and images of old-fashioned homes in the 1950s.

    By Andrea Davis Apr 17, 2014
  • 5 Questions You Need To Ask All Fencing Contractors

    The key to any fencing project is open communication between the homeowner and contractor. Putting up a security, privacy, pool or any other type of fence can be a lengthy and difficult process. The best way to simplify the process is to always have an open dialogue with your fencing contractor.

    By Jacob Hurwith Mar 20, 2014
  • 9 Types of Fences

    The type of fence you choose will not only play a key role in your home’s exterior design, but also provide one of the most important benefits of all homes; security.

    By Jacob Hurwith Aug 26, 2019
  • Landscape Architecture and Design

    One way to relieve an enormous amount of stress when thinking about the landscape improvements you would like to make to your home is to hire a professional.

    By ImproveNet Guest Author Oct 21, 2013
  • Landscaping to Reduce Traffic Noise

    Traffic noise can really put a damper on an otherwise tranquil and relaxing backyard living space. There are a variety of landscaping methods that can help homeowners reduce unwanted traffic noise.

    By ImproveNet Guest Author Oct 21, 2013
  • Landscaping for Privacy

    Sometimes you want to enjoy your garden in solitude, and that means landscaping your backyard against the traffic in your neighborhood or the neighbors next door.

    By ImproveNet Guest Author Oct 21, 2013
  • Winter Tree Maintenance and Care

    It's a common misconception that gardening and ground work come to a standstill in the winter.

    By ImproveNet Guest Author Oct 3, 2013