Choosing the Right Decking Material for You

[fa icon='calendar'] May 24, 2019 10:25:24 AM / by Mozzone Lumber posted in Decking, homeowner DIY, outdoor spaces

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Patio Season has arrived! Now it’s time to create your outdoor oasis. When designing your new deck, it’s easy to get caught up in the cosmetic details. You begin creating pinterest boards with planters, pergolas, colors, and everything else that will make your new deck look amazing. But in the end, no matter what you put on it, a deck is still a deck-- a long, flat walking surface. So here’s why your BIGGEST design decision should be the type of material you will use. Not to mention, the material you use is the largest factor in how much your new deck will cost you.

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3 Home Design Trends That Are Hot For 2019

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 4, 2019 10:05:31 AM / by Mozzone Lumber posted in Decking, homeowner DIY, outdoor spaces

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Here at Mozzone Lumber we love Spring. The grills are back in action and the outdoor entertainment begins! Spring is also the perfect time to open up the windows and let the outdoors come in, not to mention prepping that outdoor space for your next neighborhood party.  We searched through some of the hottest trends in home design and have found three trends that you can expect to see a lot more of in 2019.

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Small Kitchen Ideas: How to Maximize Your Space

[fa icon='calendar'] Mar 19, 2019 1:56:36 PM / by Mozzone Lumber posted in Kitchens

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In the world of HGTV shows, Social Media Influencers, and Pinterest boards, it’s easy to dream up an extravagant kitchen space that would sadly, NEVER work for your home.

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The Best Home Improvement Blogs to Follow

[fa icon='calendar'] Dec 13, 2018 3:07:25 PM / by Mozzone Lumber posted in homeowner DIY

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At Mozzone Lumber, we’re here to help homeowners tackle their projects with ease and confidence. We carry an impressive range of products that we can deliver to you, as well as design and building expertise. If you’re planning on sprucing up your home or simply looking for new design ideas to try out in your spare time, we've put together some great blogs and guides that are a must read for any home improvement enthusiast.

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You've Decided on Hardwood Floors. Now what?

[fa icon='calendar'] Oct 3, 2018 12:30:00 PM / by Mozzone Lumber posted in Flooring

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For any non-flooring expert, hardwood floors are one in the same. But when you take a closer look after your decision to renovate, the sheer number of options can be staggering. Here’s a simple guide to your (very worthwhile) decision to installing naturally beautiful hardwood floors. 

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The Hottest Kitchen Countertop Trends of 2018

[fa icon='calendar'] Jun 22, 2018 12:30:21 PM / by Mozzone Lumber posted in Kitchens

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Silestone - Kimbler Mist, Custom Series

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Avoid these common kitchen remodeling mistakes

[fa icon='calendar'] Jun 22, 2018 10:49:43 AM / by Mozzone Lumber posted in Kitchens

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durham_laminate_casual_cabinets_AristokraftLaminate Cabinets in a Casual Kitchen | Aristokraft Cabinetry

You’re finally doing it. After a little deliberation among your family and a whole lot of money saving, you’ve decided to remodel your kitchen and give it the facelift it deserves. As you navigate this exciting (and sometimes stressful) process, avoid these mistakes to save you time, headaches, and a lot of cash.

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Are Low-e Windows Worth the Investment?

[fa icon='calendar'] Feb 28, 2018 10:00:00 AM / by Mozzone Lumber posted in Windows

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Natural light always makes a home look larger and more inviting. However, the more light you allow in your home, the more the risk of overexposure to the sun. Solar gain, heat loss and UV infiltration will always be issues when you have natural light coming through your windows. Low-e windows help solve those issues.

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