Porch & Deck Makeovers

    Create Welcoming Entrances
    When it comes to designing 
    a Entrance and Deck
    Scotty with Scotts Contracting offers the following tips: 
    (a)Research the Materials you would like to incorporate into your Deck, Patio, or Out Door Living Space 
    (b) Take notes and pictures of similar designs you would like your project to look like 
    (c) Inspect the area you choose to build your project 
    (d)Sketch or Draw out your design 
    (e) Determine a Material list along with pricing-with your Material list in hand-you can ask the Pro Department at your Local Home improvement Store for their Lowest Bid. 
    (f) Build your project as outlined by the Manufacturers Guidelines and Local Building Codes
    (g) Enjoy the outdoor living space you have created!
    If you choose to Contract out your next project-

    Scotts Contracting Offers the Following Services: Design-Build Projects for Residential and Commercial Buildings–Construction,Remodeling and Rehab’s – to include: Carpentry, Plumbing, Electric, HVAC, Weatherization, Roofing, Flooring, Interior and Exterior Finishes, Painting/Staining, Wood Finishing, Custom Wood Working, Solar & Wind Renewable Energy Systems, Doors, Windows, Home Repairs and Upgrades- Including: Decks, Porches, Patios and Other Out-Door Living Spaces

    “Home Energy Auditing Coming Soon!!!” 

    Scotts Contracting is a Proud Supporter of the Green and Sustainable Building Industry and Supports Green and Eco Friendly Products !!! 

    Click Here to email Scotts Contracting to Schedule a Free Green Site Inspection

DIY Home Center looks to give DIY types an edge with premium products for your decking (like Tiger claw hidden deck fasteners for nail free deck surfaces or deck drainage with under-deck) to recycled outdoor furniture from Polywood. With amazing online tools, videos, and calculators make sure you get the job done right the first time.

Front Door Photos courtesy of Scotts Contracting
Front-Door Focus
Hefty columns can help call attention to doorways hidden by overhanging eaves. In this zesty ranch remodel, two decorative columns define the doorway while lending architectural interest and overall curb appeal.
“An easily identifiable front door is critical for improving your home’s curb appeal!” —editor Kelly Rawlings
Example of How Adding Columns to the Front of the Home Dresses up the Building
Added Dimension
The addition of a few columns and a pediment creates a sense of arrival at this front entry. A faux balcony dresses the second story, calling attention to the vertical height while making the doorway seem more intimately scaled.
“Exterior columns (both load=bearing and decorative versions) can be found at hardware stores and home centers. They’re available in metal, wood, and molded high-density polyurethane.” —editor Kelly Rawlings
A well Landscaped Entrance Creates

Welcoming Entrances

This cottage wears an open, welcoming smile now that old screens are gone from the front porch and the stairs and floor have been brightened with paint. Because the porch is only two feet from the ground, local building codes allowed the homeowners to do without a railing on one side.
DIY Home Center looks to give DIY types an edge with premium products for your decking (like Tiger claw hidden deck fasteners for nail free deck surfaces or deck drainage with under-deck) to recycled outdoor furniture from Polywood. With amazing online tools, videos, and calculators make sure you get the job done right the first time.

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